The importance of Pap smears – Western Australian Cervical Cancer Prevention Program

The Importance Of Pap Smears – Western Australian Cervical Cancer Prevention Program

The Importance Of Pap Smears – Western Australian Cervical Cancer Prevention Program

Watch the full video at: www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jp-Vc17TuRA

The Importance Of Pap Smears – Western Australian Cervical Cancer Prevention Program

Most Women don't know that Human papillomavirus (HPV) is the main cause of cervical cancer.

The Importance Of Pap Smears – Western Australian Cervical Cancer Prevention Program

4 out of 5 people will have it at some point in their lives and it women it can cause changes to the cells of the cervix.

The Importance Of Pap Smears – Western Australian Cervical Cancer Prevention Program

This is why having a Pap smear is so important; it’s a check on the cells of the cervix.

The Importance Of Pap Smears – Western Australian Cervical Cancer Prevention Program

If any abnormal cells are found they can be monitored, and if needed treated, to prevent cervical cancer.

The Importance Of Pap Smears – Western Australian Cervical Cancer Prevention Program

A Pap smear every two years is currently your best protection against cervical cancer.

The Importance Of Pap Smears – Western Australian Cervical Cancer Prevention Program

Check-in with your health care provider today and book an appointment for a Pap smear if you are due or overdue.

healthywa.wa.gov.au/papsmears

The importance of Pap smears – Western Australian Cervical Cancer Prevention Program

Watch the full video at: www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jp-Vc17TuRA

Most Women don't know that Human papillomavirus (HPV) is the main cause of cervical cancer.

4 out of 5 people will have it at some point in their lives and it women it can cause changes to the cells of the cervix.

This is why having a Pap smear is so important; it’s a check on the cells of the cervix.

If any abnormal cells are found they can be monitored, and if needed treated, to prevent cervical cancer.

A Pap smear every two years is currently your best protection against cervical cancer.

Check-in with your health care provider today and book an appointment for a Pap smear if you are due or overdue.

healthywa.wa.gov.au/papsmears