Most women diagnosed with cervical cancer haven’t had regular two yearly Pap tests. Find out what causes cervical cancer and why having a Pap test is an important part of your regular woman’s health check.
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Are you wondering what’s involved in having a Pap test or are you looking for somewhere to have a Pap test? Find out more about having a Pap test and some tips on having a positive experience.
Have you recently had a Pap test and are not sure how you receive your results? Or would you like more information about what your Pap test result means?
The aim of the NSW Cervical Screening Program is to reduce the incidence of, and deaths related to cervical cancer in NSW. Find out more about how this program operates in NSW and the national program partners.
Health professionals are critical to efforts in NSW and across Australia to increase participation in the Cervical Screening Program. Would you like more information about how you can support your patients?
As women, we are both mentally and physically strong enough to cope with childbirth so in comparison, a Pap smear is quick and easy. It only takes a few minutes but provides you with peace of mind and reassurance.
Read more about Anne's Story
As a busy woman these days, it is so easy to ignore the messages out there about cervical screening.
Read more about Mary's Story
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