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Cervical Screening Programme, England - 2018-19 [NS]

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Summary

Women between the ages of 25 and 64 are invited for regular cervical screening under the NHS Cervical Screening Programme. This is intended to detect abnormalities within the cervix that could, if undetected and untreated, develop into cervical cancer.

This statistical report, co-authored with Public Health England (PHE), reports on the NHS Cervical Screening Programme for England in 2018-19. It includes data on the call and recall system, on screening samples examined by pathology laboratories and on referrals to colposcopy clinics.

Key facts

Image for infographic 71.9% of eligible women aged 25-64 adequately screened
71.9% of eligible women aged 25-64 adequately screened
Image for infographic 4.41 million women aged 25-64 invited for screening
4.41 million women aged 25-64 invited for screening
Image for infographic 3.43 million women aged 25-64 tested
3.43 million women aged 25-64 tested
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Interactive dashboard

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