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  • Almost 80% of 15-year-old girls in Australia are now immunised against HPV – now the push to achieve the same for Australian boys. Listen to the ABC podcast here...

  • Over the last 10-12 years we have been assessing HPV prevalence through cross-sectional studies. This new data shows a huge drop in vaccine types of HPV. Read more here....

  • A useful fact sheet providing information on HPV disease and the available vaccines......

  • Associate Professor Julia Brotherton, an epidemiologist and Medical Director, discusses the latest finding from the program......

  • Julie Leask, Associate Professor at The University of Sydney, School of Public Health discusses vaccination hesitancy and “anti-vaxxers”......

  • What do the changes to cervical screening mean for you? Here’s a handy video from SBS to fill you in....

  • Doctors are hailing the development of the new HPV vaccine as an important victory in the fight to protect women against cervical cancer. Listen to one of the IMPACT study’s investigators, Prof Suzanne Garland here....