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Optimal care pathways: cancer

The optimal care pathways are models of cancer care that place the patient at the centre of care decisions to improve patient outcomes. They promote quality cancer…

BreastScreen NSW is working with services at each local health district to resume screening as soon as local conditions allow

As clinics re-open, women who had their appointment cancelled during the suspension will be prioritised for an appointment locally as soon as it is possible. BreastScreen NSW remains…

National Cancer Screening Register access: new online channels to support bowel and cervical screening care for your patients 

The National Cancer Screening Register (NCSR) is now available to health care professionals by BP(Saffron) and MD(v. 4.0) software integration, which means the provider can access all the services…

GPs, please be aware of the changed guideline for women who receive an intermediate risk of cervical cancer result

The guideline was changed in February 2021. Women with a 12-month follow up HPV (not-16/18) result with LBC prediction negative, pLSIL or LSIL (Intermediate risk…

Funded zoster vaccination catch-up ends soon

People up to 79 years of age can receive a funded Zostavax® as part of a catch-up program until 31 October 2021. After this date,…

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