Cervical Screening

The Cervical Screening Test is a simple test done every five years to check for human papillomavirus (HPV) – a common infection that is the cause of nearly all cervical cancer.

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Information on Cervical Screening

Regular cervical screening is the best way to prevent cervical cancer in all women and people with a cervix who have ever been sexually active, whether they have had the HPV vaccine or not.

Cervical screening is available for all women and people with a cervix in Australia aged 25-74. Find out more about cervical screening here.

Cervical cancer starts in the cervix, which connects the uterus to the vagina. Find out more about what causes it, and how it can be prevented.

Regular cervical screening is the best way to prevent cervical cancer in all women and people with a cervix

Self-collection is another option that is now available for cervical screening, and involves taking your own swab from the vagina. Find out more about self-collection here

Understand what happens if HPV is found on your Cervical Screening Test and what happens if more tests are needed.

ACPCC is a not-for-profit organisation and only charges patients the Medicare Schedule fee for pathology services, with only a small gap amount payable. 

Information on Cervical Screening

Regular cervical screening is the best way to prevent cervical cancer in all women and people with a cervix who have ever been sexually active, whether they have had the HPV vaccine or not.

Cervical screening is available for all women and people with a cervix in Australia aged 25-74. Find out more about cervical screening here.

Cervical cancer starts in the cervix, which connects the uterus to the vagina. Find out more about what causes it, and how it can be prevented.

Regular cervical screening is the best way to prevent cervical cancer in all women and people with a cervix.

Self-collection is another option that is now available for cervical screening, and involves taking your own swab from the vagina. 

Understand what happens if HPV is found on your Cervical Screening Test and what happens if more tests are needed.

ACPCC is a not-for-profit organisation and only charges patients the Medicare Schedule fee for pathology services, with only a small gap amount payable.  The gap payment is the difference between the Medicare scheduled fee and the amount rebateable by Medicare.

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