Don't delay your Cervical Screening Test

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Did you know a new five-yearly Cervical Screening Test has replaced the two-yearly Pap test?

The Cervical Screening Test is a quick and simple procedure to check the health of your cervix.

If you’re a woman between the ages of 25 and 74 and you have been sexually active, even if you have received the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine, you should have regular Cervical Screening Tests to prevent cervical cancer.

For more information about the new Cervical Screening Test, talk with your healthcare provider or visit the National Cervical Screening Program website or call 13 15 56.