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Changes to cervical cancer screening

Testing has changed in response to higher rates of HPV vaccination.

December 7, 2017

The way women are screened for cervical cancer is undergoing a radical change.

The Federal Health Department announced on Friday that from now on — instead of two yearly Pap smears to find abnormal cells — women will now be tested every five years for the Human Papilloma Virus on the cervix.

The development has been significantly delayed — but it's now finally in place.  

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