About ACPCC

The ACPCC was first founded in December 1964 as the Victorian Cytology Service.

Over time, as our purpose and services grew along with our knowledge about the causes and prevention of cervical cancer, our name continued to evolve. But one thing has stayed the same — our vision.

“To prevent cancer and infectious diseases through excellence in the provision of population health services supporting screening and vaccination."

The ACPCC is committed to preventing cancer and infectious diseases through excellence in the provision of population health services that support screening and vaccination. 

As part of our commitment, the ACPCC continues to work with Australian and international partners to achieve the World Health Organization’s goal of eliminating cervical cancer as a public health problem, primarily through vaccination.

Our team are committed to supporting the effective delivery of cervical cancer vaccination and cervical screening programs to ensure women and people with a cervix everywhere can be free from cervical cancer. It’s anticipated that Australia will be the first country in the world to achieve this, by 2035.

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