Cervical cancer is one of few cancers that can be largely prevented through regular cervical screening. Getting tested every two years are still the best way to protect you against cervical cancer.
If you're aged between 20-69 and have ever had sex then you need to have regular cervical screening, even if you have received the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine as the vaccine will not prevent all cervical cancers.
Having regular cervical screening and participating on the Cervical Screening Register could save your life.
Call Sexual Health and Family Planning ACT to book for a cervical screening today if you're due or overdue.
- Street: Level 1, 28 University Avenue
- Postcode: 2601
- Suburb: Canberra
- State: ACT
- Telephone: 02 6247 3077