#13 The new National Cervical Screening Program guidelines with Dr Kelvin Larwood Obstetrician and Gynaecologist
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On December 1 2017 the cervical screening program changes from
the current pap smears to HPV testing with a change in frequency
and follow up. Join gynaecologist Dr Kelvin Larwood and I
having a casual yarn over the new guidelines.
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