2021 Cervical Cancer Elimination Report:
Australia’s progress towards the elimination of
cervical cancer as a public health problem
Australia has been a world leader in research and surveillance documenting the impact of control programs for cervical cancer. C4 Partners include many investigators who have been collecting, analysing, and reporting key epidemiological information about the occurrence of cervical cancer and its precursors. The resources of C4 and its partner organisations have been used in consultation with key stakeholders to deliver this comprehensive report. This inaugural report is planned to be the first in a regular series on Australia’s progress towards the elimination of cervical cancer as a public health problem. The report is based on 11 key indicators grouped into 4 components framed by the WHO ‘90/70/90’ 2030 scale up targets for elimination, derived from the most recently available data.
Twin goals of the report are to monitor progress towards achievement of targets and to provide recommendations for improving the quality, availability and timeliness of indicator data.
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2021 Cervical Cancer Elimination Progress Report