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National Cervical Screening Unit

National Cervical Screening Unit

Eligible screening age now 25 – 69 yrs

The Ministry of Health, National Screening Unit (NSU) have upcoming changes to the National Cervical Screening Programme (NCSP). The NCSP has increased the eligible screening start age from 20 to 25 years of age.

This decision is a safe clinical based rational – not money driven

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Researchers urge New Zealanders to get vaccine to lower throat cancer rates

Researchers urge New Zealanders to get vaccine to lower throat cancer rates

24 May 2019 - Source: New Zealand Herald

Researchers are urging New Zealanders to get immunised against a virus known as human papillomavirus (HPV) in a bid to significantly reduce the country's alarming throat cancer rates.
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Cervical cancer campaigner, 26, warns other young women to get the HPV vaccine

Cervical cancer campaigner, 26, warns other young women to get the HPV vaccine

30 September 2018 - Source: New Zealand Herald

Cervical cancer campaigner, 26, insisted on documentary makers filming shocking images of her lying in a coffin after her death - as a warning to other young women to get the HPV vaccine

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