Thank you!

Thank you!

Thank you for signing up to Get the Pap Text:

The first national SMS initiative to help women remember to have their Pap tests!

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Congratulations on prioritising your health and wellbeing! We urge you to ask your GP when you should have your next Pap test and discuss the options available to you. If you would like more information about Pap tests or wonder what to expect during a Pap test, please click here.

Want to help other women?
If you want to help our “sisters” overseas who do not have access to Pap tests or the cervical cancer vaccine – then please feel free to donate and encourage your friends to do so on our Everyday Hero Get the Pap Text Appeal. The Australian Cervical Cancer Foundation also works for cervical cancer awareness prevention and support in Australia. Cervical cancer is the leading cancer killer of women in developing countries. For as little as $15, ACCF can screen and treat a woman in a developing country such as Nepal or Vietnam who would otherwise not have access to treatment. If a woman in a developing country can be screened even just once between the ages of 30-40, her risk of dying from cervical cancer is reduced by 40%.

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Changing your details
If you would like to change your reminder date then just text your new date to 0418 416 850 “Name Year/Month” (e.g. Sarah 2014/08). If you provided an email address, the phone number above will be located within your confirmation email for ease of future reference.If you would like to stop receiving the SMS reminders, please text “STOP” when you receive a reminder and we will remove you from the list. For further information, please refer to our Terms and Conditions or Privacy Policy.

Major Sponsor


For more information about this sponsor, please click here.

Corporate Supporters
We would like to thank our Corporate Supporters for their support of the Australian Cervical Cancer Foundation in helping us eliminate cervical cancer.


 *The ThinPrep® System is significantly more effective than the conventional Pap smear for the detection of Low Grade Squamous Intraepithelial (LSIL) and more severe lesions in a variety of patient populations. References: 1. Davey E, et al. Accuracy of reading liquid based cytology slides using the ThinPrep Imager compared with conventional cytology: prospective study. British Medical Journal. 2007;335(7609):28. 2. Roberts J.M.  A Three-Armed Trial of the ThinPrep Imaging System. Diagnostic Cytopathology, vol. 35, no. 2, 96-102, 2007. 3. Data on file with Hologic Inc. AUS-12-020-EN-A Hologic (Australia) Pty Ltd, PO Box 1971, Macquarie Centre NSW 2113, Tel. +61 2 9888 8000 ABN 95 079 821 275  02/12 HOL0011b/UC