Over 70 per cent of people who get cervical cancer in Australia have never been screened or haven’t been screened regularly, so your best protection is to have regular Cervical Screening Tests once every five years – even if you’ve had the HPV vaccine.
This video from the Department of Health and Aged Care provides an overview of the National Cervical Screening Program. It outlines what a Cervical Screening Test is and the test options available to participants.
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The National Cancer Screening Register (NCSR) is pleased to announce the launch of the new NCSR website, which has made the content easier to navigate, read and understand. The NCSR supports the National Bowel Cancer Screening Program and the National Cervical Screening Program. The NCSR invites and...
Watch GCPHN Primary Sense team show how Primary Sense can assist practices Identify patients without evidence of bowel and/or breast cancer screening.
This video provides an overview of the National Cervical Screening Program. It outlines what a Cervical Screening Test is and the test options available to participants. The video has also been translated into nine different languages and is available here. Printed resources are also available here.
Ovarian Cancer awareness month is held each year in February to educate Australians and raise awareness of the signs and symptoms, highlight the risk factors, inform about ovarian cancer diagnosis and treatment and to share the stories of real women affected by the disease. Did you know each day i...