To prevent cancer and infectious diseases through excellence in the provision of public health supporting screening and vaccination.

Australia is a world leader in achieving cancer control in our population and it is time to extend that leadership to supporting cancer prevention globally.

Australian Centre for the Prevention of Cervical Cancer is a not for profit organisation drawing on over 50 years of expertise in cancer prevention through laboratory and educational services, establishing and operating cancer screening and vaccination registries, and delivering digital health solutions and services.

The unique combination of these distinct but integrated services delivers world leading public health outcomes in a cost-effective manner. For example, Victoria now has amongst the lowest cervical cancer incidence and mortality rates globally due to the unique multi-disciplinary approach that the Australian Centre for the Prevention of Cervical Cancer offers.

A laboratory and education service that specialises in gynaecologic health including HPV testing, histopathology, cytology and related molecular microbiology, clinical support and advice. Explore Pathology Services

Leaders in innovative and integrated digital healthcare solutions and services,
offering population health management platforms and a broad range of IT service
management expertise. Explore Digital Health

A registry and evaluation service to invite, follow up and monitor participation in public health programs. Explore Population Health

The Centre for Research Excellence in Cervical Cancer Control known as C4 is funded by the NHMRC to bring together cervical cancer prevention experts and research and evaluation of HPV vaccination and screening programs Explore C4

The Compass Trial is comparing the Pap smear with the HPV test to see which is best at preventing cervical cancer. Compass is being carried out by VCS in collaboration with The Cancer Council NSW. Explore Compass

Echo Success

Through the use of the ECHO™ model and web based video conferencing, SUCCESS ECHO provides peer-to-peer and expert support to multi-sectorial country teams answering the World Health Organization call to scale up cervical cancer prevention to eliminate cervical cancer as a public health problem by the end of the century (<4 per 100,000 per year). Explore SUCCESS ECHO