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Cervical cancer

vagina, or to other parts of the body, such as the lymph nodes, lungs or liver. Types of cervical cancer There are two main types of cervical cancer which are named after the cells they start in: Squamous cell carcinoma…

News: Public support needed to eliminate cervical cancer

…professional immediately, regardless of when they were last screened,” she said. For more information on cervical screening visit https://www.cancer.org.au/cervicalscreening. If you or a loved one has been affected by cervical cancer and needs support, please contact Cancer…

News: Cervical cancer screening participation key to closing the gap

Indigenous women was about twice that for non-Indigenous women,” Ms McMillan said. “To achieve the elimination of cervical cancer, it’s vital that all eligible women participate in the National Cervical Screening Program and that girls and boys are vaccinated against…

cervical intraepithelial neoplasia (CIN)

Abnormal changes in the surface layers of the cervix. These changes are not cancer but are precancerous cells. Also called dysplasia.

Immunisation and Vaccination

…HPV HPV Vaccination The HPV vaccine, Gardasil 9, has been developed to protect against nine HPV types which cause around 90% of cervical cancers in women (and the majority of other HPV-related cancers in women), 95% of…

News: Progress on cervical cancer stalls in Queensland

had not been following recommended screening guidelines. “Incidence rates for cervical cancer more than halved between 1982 and 2008, but have now plateaued,” Ms Clift said. “We’re extremely concerned to see our progress on cervical cancer slowing down. “It’s critical…

Blog: Cervical cancer survivor celebrates five years cancer free

forward and help eliminate the disease. More information about cervical screening visit https://www.cancer.org.au/cervicalscreening/ . If you, or a loved one, has been impacted by cervical cancer, please call Cancer Council’s 13 11 20 for information and support….

News: Queensland records second lowest rate of cervical screening

…serious diseases that can lead to cervical cancer can be found and treated. “Participation leads to fewer cases of cervical cancer, and fewer women dying from this disease.” Cancer Council Queensland has welcomed Federal Government funding for a new cervical

News: Cervical cancer patients with multiple health conditions face lower chance of survival

Women who are unwell or have other diseases when diagnosed with cervical cancer are more likely to die from their cancer diagnosis, than women who have better overall health. Despite most health issues not being linked to the cancer itself,…

News: Community cervix announcement: new screening program launches

almost all cervical cancers before abnormal cell changes occur, ensuring that the development of cervical cancer is caught early,” Ms McMillan said. “The new Cervical Screening Test is more accurate and effective, and for that reason, women don’t need to…