cancer screening

There are many misconceptions around what you can and can’t do in pregnancy. We sort out the facts from the myths.

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Two-yearly Pap smears are being replaced with a five- yearly HPV test. We answer women’s important questions on the changes.

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Women’s Health Queensland Wide Inc (Women’s Health) and the Australian Cervical Cancer Foundation (ACCF), have partnered to provide all Queensland women with a free Cervical Health Information Line.

Q I have heard that in the near future women are only going to need to have Pap smears every five years. I am 33 and my Pap smear is overdue by about 12 months. Should I just leave it now and have it when the new program starts?

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Having regular health checks throughout life can help keep the doctor away.

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