Cervical cancer

Cervical cancer

This page about cervical cancer automatically lists related information collected from other pages of our website.

The condition cervical cancer is also known as vaginal cancer and vulval cancer.

The list also includes links to brands of medicine that may be used to treat cervical cancer, including their consumer medicine information (CMI) leaflets, if available.

Related information - cervical cancer

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For health professionals
01 Mar 2016 Find out which tests, treatments or procedures healthcare providers and consumers should question, as recommended by Australian medical colleges.
(Medicine)
05 Jan 2016 Cervarix Suspension for injection is a brand of medicine containing the active ingredient human papillomavirus vaccine, recombinant. Find out about side effects, who can take it and who shouldn’t use Cervarix Suspension for injection by reading the latest Australian consumer medicine information, plus tips on how to use medicines wisely and safely.
(Medicine)
08 Dec 2015 Avastin Concentrate for intravenous infusion is a brand of medicine containing the active ingredient bevacizumab (rch). Find out about side effects, who can take it and who shouldn’t use Avastin Concentrate for intravenous infusion by reading the latest Australian consumer medicine information, plus tips on how to use medicines wisely and safely.
For health professionals (Health professional publication)
13 Oct 2015 From 1 May 2017 there will be significant changes to the way women are screened for cervical cancer in Australia. Find out more about what these changes are and what this means for your practice.
(Media release)
01 Oct 2015 From 1 May 2017, pap smears will be replaced with HPV testing of cervical samples with partial HPV genotyping.
(Media release)
01 Oct 2015 A new screening test for cervical cancer will replace pap smears from 1 May 2017. Read more about changes to the National Cervical Screening Program.
(Consumer publication)
01 Oct 2015 From May 2017 changes will be introduced to the National Cervical Screening Program, including alternative testing method, extended testing frequency, and increased starting age.
For health professionals (Health professional publication)
01 Oct 2015 Alternative sampling option, longer interval, increased entry age and a national register among changes to take effect in 2017.
For health professionals (Health professional publication)
10 Jun 2015 First-year results of the TGA school-based HPV vaccine surveillance program suggest no safety concerns in either boys or girls after immunisation with the HPV vaccine, Gardasil.
(Medicine)
23 Mar 2015 Gardasil Suspension for injection is a brand of medicine containing the active ingredient human papillomavirus vaccine, recombinant. Find out about side effects, who can take it and who shouldn’t use Gardasil Suspension for injection by reading the latest Australian consumer medicine information, plus tips on how to use medicines wisely and safely.