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BreastScreenNT bus - NT.GOV.AU

The BreastScreenNT bus gives free breast screening services to women in regional and remote communities.

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Screening tests for adults - Lab Tests Online AU

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Newborn screening tests - myDr.com.au

Newborn screening tests can detect rare but serious genetic or metabolic disorders in newborn babies.

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Changes to the National Cervical Screening Program

National Cervical Screening Program and National Cancer Screening Register. The Australian Government has accepted the evidence-based Medical Services Advis

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Breast cancer - NT.GOV.AU

Screening tests, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment and services for breast cancer.

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CRPS Screening - painHEALTH

CRPS Screening pain Self-Check CRPS Screening clinically supported pain self-check module

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Orebro Musculoskeletal Pain Screening Questionnaire - painHEALTH

The rebro Musculoskeletal Pain Questionnaire (MPQ) is a yellow flag screening tool that predicts long-term disability and failure to return to work.

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Breast cancer screening and prevention | Health and wellbeing | Queensland Government

All women should undertake regular 2 yearly breast cancer screening and be aware of the normal look and feel of your breasts. Women over the age of 50 can have a free breastscreen (mammogram) every 2 years.

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Bowel cancer screening and prevention | Health and wellbeing | Queensland Government

Changes to your bowels can indicate a number of health conditions including cancer. If you notice changes to your regular bowel habits, especially if you notice blood in your stools you should consult your doctor. Under the National Bowel Cancer Screening Program Australians turning 50, 55, 60 or 65 will be automatically offered a free bowel cancer screening kit to help detect any abnormalities early so that further investigation or treatment can occur.

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