22 June 2021
Today, VCS Foundation, an NHMRC-funded Centre of Research Excellence in Cervical Cancer Control (C4) partner, announced it will receive $1.33 million in funding through the Global Alliance for Chronic Diseases (GACD) for research to implement cervical cancer screening in hard-to-reach and vulnerable Indian communities.
View 10 June 2021
VCS Foundation reports a sharp decline in cervical cancer screening test numbers as an impact of the latest COVID-19 lockdown in Victoria.
View 28 May 2021
As a proud member of Public Pathology Australia, VCS Foundation Ltd. is pleased to announce the launch of a national campaign to raise awareness about the contribution that public pathology makes to the public health system and to the everyday lives of Australians across our diverse community.
View 01 April 2021
Cancer Council Victoria has released a new ‘At Your Cervix’ campaign encouraging young Victorians to prioritise cervical screening as an act of self-care. With less than half of eligible Victorian women and people with a cervix aged 25 to 34 taking part in the National Cervical Screening Program, this campaign is an urgent call for young Victorians to prioritise their health by booking their Cervical Screening Test.
View 17 November 2020
On 17 November, following the close of the 73rd World Health Assembly, the World Health Organization officially launched the Global Strategy to Accelerate the Elimination of Cervical Cancer. The adoption of the strategy was co-led by Australia, who has a history of global leadership in cervical cancer prevention programs, technology and research.
View 19 August 2020
Cervical cancer is on the brink of elimination. This powerful short film presents inspirational stories from cervical cancer survivors and health care professionals who are taking action towards worldwide cervical cancer elimination.
View 18 August 2020
Australia has led the way by sponsoring a resolution at the most recent World Health Assembly calling for World Health Organization (WHO) Member States to adopt the WHO Global Strategy: Accelerating the Elimination of Cervical Cancer as a Public Health Problem.
View 17 August 2020
Malaysia’s adoption of the World Health Organization’s Global Strategy, Cervical Cancer Prevention and Control: Accelerating the Elimination of Cervical Cancer as a Public Health Problem, represents a milestone in the fight against cancer.