Latest cervical cancer News

Vaccines to treat human papillomavirus could be a significant innovation in the fight against cervical cancer
Free cervical screening for at risk women to continue
A breakthrough in the treatment of cervical cancer: New surgical method shows promising results
Step Forward On Cancer Drug Funding But More To Do
Congratulations to Professor Karen Canfell, Companion of the Order of Australia
Cervical Screening Self-collection
Preventive strategies for cervical and vaginal cancer – do they work?
Australian Comprehensive Cancer Network (ACCN) launches to revolutionise cancer care across the country
Sexual and reproductive health for all: 20 years of the Global Strategy
Global immunization efforts have saved at least 154 million lives over the past 50 years
Report From World Medical Association
Cancer often requires more than one treatment − an oncologist explains why some patients like Kate Middleton receive both chemotherapy and surgery
Message by the Director of the Department of Immunization, Vaccines and Biologicals at WHO – February 2024
Cervical Cancer Self-screening Rates At Record High
Tarn’s message this HPV Awareness Day: “Don’t put off going for your cervical screening test.” 
Victorians Urged To Keep Up With Cancer Screening Checks
Study reveals gap in cancer screening for First Nations people
New data shows top five cancers projected to affect people in Nepean Blue Mountains Local Health District
Global cancer burden growing, amidst mounting need for services
Researchers observe what ubiquitination hinges on
Professor Mark Scott, AO to lead the Group of Eight as it marks a 25th anniversary milestone
Seven things you should know about HPV
Message by the Director of the Department of Immunization, Vaccines and Biologicals at WHO – November/December 2023
New evidence on cervical cancer screening and treatment for women living with HIV
Rolling out cervical cancer self-collection to help more women access the benefits of early detection
UW research finds that mailing HPV test kits directly to patients increases cervical cancer screening rates
Showing support for our LGBTIQ+ community this PrideFEST
Assistant Minister for Health and Aged Care speech
Assistant Minister for Health and Aged Care – speech 17 November
Eliminating Cervical Cancer in Australia
Cancer Council welcomes National Strategy for the Elimination of Cervical Cancer in Australia
Making history by eliminating cervical cancer in Australia and our region
Australian efforts driving cervical cancer progress, but challenges emergeAustralian efforts driving cervical cancer progress, but challenges emerge
Cervical screening saves lives – National Cervical Cancer Awareness Week
5 things you didn’t realise you need to know about perimenopause
Leading innovation and advancement in pathology, for over 104 years
Important workers compensation reforms supporting fire-fighters pass Parliament
Self-collection option helps boost cervical screening rates
Cheaper medicines for cervical cancer, urotherial cancer and spinal muscle atrophy
City of Casey encourages parents to vaccinate young people against HPV
Tasmanian pharmacists strengthening our health system
NIH grant to launch center for diagnostics to improve global health
Progressing nation-leading reforms for our firefighters
Leading the way in health and safety for Tasmania’s fire-fighters
One in three men worldwide are infected with genital human papillomavirus
MRI success in detecting prostate cancer
6 things to know about cervical screening
Vulvar Cancer Awareness