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HPV vaccination and cervical cancer screening in Australia

BMJ talk medicine on March 06, 2014 14:46

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    Read the open access research: http://www.bmj.com/cgi/doi/10.1136/bmj.g1458

    Australia was one of the first countries to introduce HPV vaccination, and due to it's cervical cancer screening programme, is one of the first to be able to measure the effectiveness of the vaccine.

    In this podcast, 3 of the authors of a new paper on bmj.com discuss their findings and talk about implications for cervical cancer screening in Australia.

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