HPV screening & cervical cancer in the media

Better test prevents more cervical cancers

Better test prevents more cervical cancers

Testing for human papilloma virus is helping to detect cancer-causing infections sooner than the previous Pap smear testing program, Melbourne researchers say. Source: https://www.sbs.com.au  

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A chance to be part of ‘scientific history’

A chance to be part of ‘scientific history’

Compass is recruiting HPV vaccinated women in Victoria, South Australia and New South Wales aged 25-38 years. The world-first clinical trial aims to find the most effective strategies for cervical screening in HPV (Human Papillomavirus) vaccinated women. In the...

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Quick Brush video

Instructions for use

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Quick Brush allows women to manage
their health outcomes their way.

We know that not everyone has time to wait around see a doctor. For some Australian women,
a doctor is a convenience that’s located hundreds of kilometres away.

Not all women who would benefit from HPV testing are engaging with existing services, either due to availability
in their area or due to constraints in time, costs involved, or perception about how the process is carried out.

Quick Brush is a self-sampling test for women that makes it easy for anyone, regardless of circumstance,
to screen for HPV quickly & discreetly. So you can stay safe and in control of your own health outcomes.