The study was published online on September 16 in BMJ. You do need your gyno to validate the results however and to determine if you need a cervical cancer test, which cannot be done on urine. We also know that we have over 170 types of HPV that can be detected, but we worry the most about HPV 16 and 18, and type specific testing is most studied on the cervix. HIV, syphilis, hepatitis B and hepatitis C are best tested through blood testing however. Come in to gab with your gyno and get a plan for your personal testing.
This study did not receive any funding. The authors have disclosed no relevant financial relationships.
BMJ. Published online September 16, 2014. Full text, Editorial