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This report describes the numbers and participation rates for the three cancer screening programs

Australia is on track to be the first country in the world to eliminate cervical cancer. Read about it here.

From September 2024, a nationwide campaign will raise public awareness of this option.

SELF-COLLECTION

About self-collection

Since 1 July 2022, all people eligible for a cervical screening test are able to take their own screening test using a swab to collect a sample from their vagina. 

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ACPCC is Australia's leading organisation in Cervical Cancer Prevention.

We are a not-for-profit with a wealth of expertise accumulated over 5 decades in the field of cancer prevention. Our services include implementing, supporting, monitoring and managing programs for population health, with a focus on vaccination and screening.

Our integrated service areas allow us to deliver large-scale population health programs cost effectively. Our three business divisions are:

  • VCS Pathology
  • Digital Health
  • Population Health

This unique combination of services along with our multi-disciplinary expertise achieves better health outcomes and will ultimately save lives.

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Many thanks A/Minister Kearney! And for further highlights, read the press release here: acpcc.org.au/c4-australia-first-globally/Go Us! Australia is now amongst the first countries globally to reach the WHO 2030 cervical cancer elimination scale-up target for cervical screening.

Australia has reached the 2030 Australian and WHO elimination scale-up target for cervical screening coverage, well ahead of schedule, and is on track to become one of the first countries in the world to eliminate cervical cancer at the national level.

The good news has been published by researchers from the C4 Centre of Research Excellence consortium funded by the NHMRC, in their third report on Australia’s progress towards the elimination of cervical cancer as a public health problem.

Read more here: report.cervicalcancercontrol.org.au/

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Many thanks A/Minister Kearney! And for further highlights, read the press release here: https://acpcc.org.au/c4-australia-first-globally/
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