Implementation of self-collection guidelines on July 1st:

Print and Online

New self-test makes it easier than ever to screen for cervical cancer. So how does it work?

Self-test for cervical cancer to ‘take out the discomfort’

Australia to offer self-testing swabs to all women for cervical cancer screening

DIY option for cervical screening

One dose of HPV vaccine enough to protect girls and young women against cervical cancer: WHO

Pap smear alternative self screening method [Herald Sun // The Courier Mail // The Chronicle]

Aussies to avoid pap smears as cervical cancer self-screening expanded [The Geelong Advertiser // The Advertiser (Adelaide)]

DIY cervical cancer test a ‘game changer’ [The Examiner (Tasmania) // The Border Mail // The Western Advocate // Channel 7 News // Health Times // Crikey // The New Daily // Warnambool Standard // Yahoo // Campbelltown-Macarthur Advertiser]

DIY pap smear a ‘game-changer’ for cervical cancer screening

Cervical cancer ‘game changer’ coming [My GC // Shepperton News]

Australia to become first country in the world offering women DIY cervical cancer kits as experts aim to eliminate the disease within ‘five to six years’

Australia Is The First To Offer Women Self-Administered HPV Testing

The Loop: Cervical screening changes explained


Do-it-yourself cervical cancer tests for Australians

What you need to know about the changes to cervical cancer testing

Australia Begins Rolling Out Self Testing For Cervical Cancer Nationwide

Australia now offers ‘game-changing’ self-test for cervical cancer. How does it work and why is screening important for women?

ABC News: Cervical self-screening kits made available to women


ABC Radio Melbourne

Cervical cancer screening steps up

Professional media

Self-collection added to cervical cancer screening guidelines


Other Media

Emma put her missed periods down to stress. Months later, she was diagnosed with cancer

Improvements in equity and course completion important for HPV vaccination programs in Australia

One in three self-collected cervical screening samples rejected

Tips for cervical screening with intellectual disability

Australia to offer self-testing swabs to all women for cervical cancer screening

Self-collection, will it be a game changer for cervical cancer prevention?


A simple swab to make a world of difference

Farewell speculum: HPV self-screening open for all

Could Australia become the first country to eliminate cervical cancer? Experts say it’s possible

Government commits another $5.8m to eliminate cervical cancer by 2035

Self-collected cervical screening is a great way to prevent cervical cancer. How can we get more people doing it?

Self-swabbing at home an option under HPV test revamp: expert

Tackling cancer in the Western Pacific

Major collaboration aims to eliminate cervical cancer in the Western Pacific

The easy test that can prevent most cervical cancers

How cervical cancer became one the world could eliminate

Australia is on track to beat the world in eliminating cervical cancer

Handing back control in the battle against cervical cancer

Indigenous women and cervical cancer

Indigenous women left out of push for cervical cancer elimination: report

F Magazine – Australian Centre for Cervical Cancer Prevention Executive Director Marion Saville

Cervical screening: Patients can self-collect HPV at home, GPs told

Govt seeks GP feedback on patient self-collection for HPV testing

DIY test key to cervical cancer

Cervical screening self-collection should be introduced, say experts

Australia is on track to beat the world in eliminating cervical cancer

Is Australia on track to eliminate cervical cancer?

Effectiveness of self-collected HPV screening tests


Samoa backs call to eliminate cervical cancer

One dose of HPV vaccine enough: study

Associate Professor Julia Brotherton talks about the HPV Vaccine on 2SER Radio

Professor Marion Saville talks about the ROSE Program on ABC Radio National’s Health Report:

Associate Professor Julia Brotherton talks about the HPV-based National Cervical Screening Program on the Royal Australasian College of Physicians podcast


Australia set to eliminate cervical cancer by 2035

Cervical cancer rates expected to halve by 2035 due to HPV screening and vaccination: new research

We’re getting closer to eradicating cervical cancer – rates will halve by 2035


NSW women encouraged to take part in new cervical screening program

Renewed cervical screening program to decrease number of pregnancy complications

Australian researchers lead efforts to reduce cervical cancer