Cervical cancer is a rare form of cancer that begins in the neck of the uterus. It is estimated that 900 women, generally over the age of 25, will be diagnosed this year.

Fortunately, cervical cancer is preventable and the rate of diagnoses has significantly reduced in Australia since the 1990 introduction of the national screening program and the 2007 launch of the vaccination program to teenage girls.

The Pink Finss Charity offers a range of programs and support for people diagnosed with cervical cancer who live in the Hawkesbury.


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Have you or someone you know been diagnosed with cancer?