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Mission

To ensure that every woman is screened for cervical cancer.which has been a major killer of our great mothers

Vision

To ensure that every woman is screened for cervical cancer.which has been a major killer of our great mothers

Goals

To ensure that every woman is screened for cervical cancer.which has been a major killer of our great mothers

Cervical cancer is cancer of the cervix (the ‘neck’ of the womb). And unlike some other cancers, it is not a condition dependent on family history, because it is caused by a viral infection.
Cervical cancer is caused by an infection related to a common virus called human papillomavirus (HPV). The virus is caught during sexual activity including intimate skin contact. Condoms do not offer total protection.
Cervical cancer can affect all sexually active women of all ages, not just older women. Up to 80% of women will be infected by HPV at some point in their life. Not all HPV infections cause cancer, and although most of them clear naturally, some can lead to cancer.
There are often no signs or symptoms of cervical cancer at the early stages, when it can be successfully treated. It usually takes many years to develop, but early signs of the infection that causes cervical cancer can be detected by regular cervical screening.
You can help to prevent the causes of cervical cancer by getting vaccinated and going for regular cervical screening. It is recommended that you should start screening when you reach 25 years of age, and continue to do this every 3years. Before you decide to get vaccinated, you should speak to your doctor.
With a Cervinet recognised centre you can get on the Cervinet network, Get SMS reminder for by next screening date, get result notification and the chance to rescreen at any Cervinet recognised Clinic
The next step should be to make an appointment to talk to your doctor. You can register here to get screened in a Cervinet recognized centre
Screening could be done 3 yearly however depending on the policy in your region it could range from 3 to 10 years. At is the age limit for screening
Although vaccination can help protect you against the main causes of cervical cancer, it does not protect you against all of them, so it is important to have regular screening as well. Vaccination and screening are complementary. Together they are the most effective way of helping to prevent cervical cancer.
If your daughter is at least 10 years of age then you should talk to her doctor about vaccination for her.
Although vaccination can help protect you against the main causes of cervical cancer, it does not protect you against all of them, so it is important to have regular screening as well. Vaccination and screening are complementary. Together they are the most effective way of helping to prevent cervical cancer.
Young girls and women from 10 years of age onwards can benefit from being vaccinated against the causes of cervical cancer. Talk to your doctor to see if vaccination is suitable for you.
If your daughter is at least 10 years of age then you should talk to her doctor about vaccination for her.
Even if you have a long-term partner, you could still be at risk and could benefit from vaccination. Help protect yourself in the future through vaccination and regular screening.
The vaccination consists of three injections given over a six-month period by a doctor, nurse or a healthcare professional. It is important that you complete the full course of vaccination, including all 3 doses, in order for the vaccine to be highly effective. You should also continue with regular screening even after being vaccinated.

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