Cervical cancer rates have declined over 80% because of screening. Cervical cancer screening can be done using the Pap test and by testing for Human Papillomavirus (HPV), the virus that causes cervical cancer. HPV vaccination can also prevent cervical cancer. This website is designed to help patients understand HPV vaccination as well as new guidelines for cervical cancer screening and management of abnormal results. This website will walk you through the steps that a doctor or healthcare provider may use when deciding management after an abnormal result.

 

ABOUT US: The content for this website was developed by researchers at Boston University, with input from the National Cancer Institute, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and American Cancer Society. Software was engineered by Aiden Taghinia. This website aims to help people without advanced understanding of medicine or medical terminology understand changes in screening and management guidelines. We developed this website because there are currently few resources available to help patients in this area. This website does not provide medical advice. For a complete evaluation, please see your healthcare provider. This website will be updated in response to guideline changes and in collaboration with the National Cancer Institute. Most recent update was: July 31, 2021.