Preciva has developed a portable, wireless electronic cervical tissue diagnosis system. The invention consists of a bioprobe with a disposable tip and a set of electrodes that stimulate the cervix with low voltage electrical signals. The bioprobe communicates wirelessly with a standard desktop or laptop to facilitate cervical tissue analysis. This makes the system portable and inexpensive and will directly produce electronic data records. The Preciva system has a number of advantages over the typical Pap test for diagnosing cervical cancer. The wireless use of electrical measurements can give the examiner immediate feeback and help ensure that the examiner samples the entire cervix, including the cervical canal.