Cervical cancer is the second most common cancer amongst women, and the most common amongst women aged 15-44 years old.
Cervical cancer is one of the only cancers that can be prevented before it develops through:
vaccination and screening.
Screening with the appropriate test allows doctors to determine if you are at risk for cervical cancer and, if you are, what needs to be done to prevent you from developing cancer.
The HPV Vaccination is available at the Centre to girls over the age of 10 years.