The Strategy

The National Strategy for the Elimination of Cervical Cancer outlines Australia’s commitment to achieving equitable elimination of cervical cancer as a public health problem by 2035, and the objectives and actions needed to achieve this goal.


Strategic Priorities to Achieve Cervical Cancer Elimination by 2035

An Australia were preventable cervical cancer is a disease of the past, in which Australia’s diverse communities have equitable access to information and to culturally safe and inclusive vaccination, screening and treatment services.

Priority populations

The strategy calls for the delivery of a positive, culturally safe and inclusive experience of prevention and care, with focus on the following priority populations:

  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
  • Culturally and linguistically diverse people
  • People who are LGBTQ+ and people who are intersex
  • People with disability
  • People living in rural and remote areas

Timely availability of cancer incidence and mortality data


E/S Vax - 1

Screening and pre-cancer treatment




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