National Cervical Cancer week 7-13 November

Cervical cancer begins when abnormal cells in the lining of the cervix grow uncontrollably. It may then spread to other parts of the reproductive system or to other parts of the body. Cervical cancer does not usually carry any external symptoms until it is in advanced stages, and so the best way to prevent cervical cancer is through Cervical Screening Tests. If you would like to have a Cervical Screening test, contact the GP Clinic on 24134 for an appointment. If you would like to read more about Cervical Cancer please visit Australian Cervical Cancer Foundation website

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