Major changes to the screening environment dictate a review of this successful program
Internationally, cervical cancer prevention programs based on cytological surveillance have been among the most successful public health achievements in modern history. Almost all developed health jurisdictions have tackled the world’s second commonest cancer among women, and implemented successful screening programs. The achievements within each country have been variable, and Australia now has the lowest mortality and second lowest incidence in the developed world1,2 (see Box).
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