HPV Testing and Cervical Screening Consent



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Cervical screen checks the health of your cervix. It’s not a test for cancer; it’s a test to help prevent cancer. During the screening appointment, a small sample of cells is taken from your cervix.

From November 2019, the sample of cells will be tested for Human Papilloma Virus (HPV). If HPV is not found, no further tests will be undertaken. If however, HPV is identified, further tests for changes to the cells in your cervix will be carried out by the laboratory.

Please remember, finding abnormal changes early means they can be monitored or treated so they do not get a chance to turn into cervical cancer.

Please read the information about HPV testing and cervical screening on the NHS website. This website detailed information about how the sample of cells is processed and may answer any further questions you have. 

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