Just a minute – what do you know about cervical cancer?
Published on Jul 15, 2009
A 7 minute video produced by the Cancer Council WA to help educate all Australian girls and women about the changing face of cervical cancer prevention.
The video covers the link between HPV and cervical cancer, the National HPV Vaccination Program, why regular Pap smears are still important for adult women, and why girls need to talk with parents and carers about this health issue.
- Essentials of HPV & New National Cervical Screening Program
- Gynaecological cancers: Overview of clinical investigations & management
- Screening to prevent cervical cancer in the era of HPV vaccination
- Just a minute – what do you know about cervical cancer?
- HPV & the HPV vaccine
- Myth: The HPV vaccine can cause cancer
- Myth: We don’t know how long HPV vaccine protection will last
- Myth: We don’t need the HPV vaccine because we have Pap tests
- Myth: There’s been a rush to use the HPV vaccine
- Myth: Having the HPV vaccine can cause promiscuity
- Myth: You don’t need Pap tests after the HPV vaccine
- How to decide if my child should have the HPV vaccine
- Myth: The HPV vaccine has side effects that aren’t being reported
- What is HPV, what diseases does it cause and what is the HPV vaccine?
- Myth: My child doesn’t need the HPV vaccine, they’re not sexually active
- HPV vaccine for teenagers
- HPV vaccination