Indigenous women left out of push for cervical cancer elimination: report

Andrew Brown
By Andrew Brown
Updated March 17 2021 - 8:22pm, first published 5:00pm
Associate Professor Lisa Whop says more needs to be done to address cervical cancer in Australia's Indigenous population. Picture: ANU Media

Indigenous women will still be at elevated risk of cervical cancer diagnosis, even as the rest of Australia looks set to eliminate the disease.


Andrew Brown

Andrew Brown


I've been part of the Canberra Times since 2016, after reporting at local papers in Sydney's north-west. Since starting at the paper I've had stints on the Sunday Times, on the early morning breaking news round, and now as a general reporter, covering the ins and outs of anything and everything happening in Canberra, with a focus on health.