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British Columbia Ready for HPV Self-Collection

Shortage of medical technologists across Canada means longer turnaround times for Pap smear testing

CEO SUMMARY: Unacceptable delays of as long as six or seven months in reporting Pap smear test results is triggering a major change in how provincial health authorities screen for cervical cancer. For example, health officials in British Columbia announced that, going forward, cervical cancer screening will start with HPV tests, with patients collecting specimens …

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