Regular testing can mean potentially fatal diseases can be picked up and treated early.
Why it is now realistic to talk about eliminating cervical cancer altogether.
Many countries have swapped Pap smears for the more accurate HPV screening. Why is the UK so far behind?
Medical research suggests cervical cancer screening for women under the age of 25 has little impact. Women should therefore be screened at a later age, and less often.
Smear tests are no fun for women, and the HPV vaccine and better screening will offer better protection from cancer and fewer trips to the women.
The Pap smear test is used for screening for cancer, but it could be repurposed for diagnosing cervical cancer, according to new research.
There is a lot of misinformation about the government's new cervical cancer screening program that involves less frequent tests. Here are the facts.
The cancer screening registry contract won by Telstra Health is only the first of the potential outsourcing of health programs. It creates a precedent that needs to be right.
Developers are using wearable tech to help women and girls better understand their bodies.