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Topic - Luis Diaz
Lucas Luhr and Klaus Graf won for the second straight year in the American Le Mans Series at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca on Saturday.
For years, doctors have lamented that there's no Pap test for deadly ovarian cancer. Wednesday, scientists reported encouraging signs that one day, there might be.
He said the technique could detect both early-stage and more advanced tumors.
But if it ultimately pans out, "the neat part about this is, the patient won't feel anything different," and the Pap wouldn't be performed differently, Diaz added.