Bold campaign urges women to ‘Give your cervix some screen time’
The Ministry of Health has launched a powerful media campaign designed to encourage young women to start regular cervical screening from 25 years of age. The National Cervical Screening Programme says the multi-media campaign is specifically targeted at women aged between 25 and 30 years, with the aim of addressing the decline in screening in this age group.
You can find out more about the campaign, including links to the videos, on the Ministry of Health website.
Your cervix is out of sight, but it shouldn’t be out of mind. Most cervical cancer can be prevented with regular screening.
Give your cervix some screen time. 25 and over? Visit Start to Screen.