OUR CANCER SCREENING POSITION STATEMENTS

UPDATED CERVICAL AND HPV POSITION STATEMENT 

   1. Implementation must be equitably designed
  2. There is currently no evidence that Māori and non-Māori of the same cervical cancer stage (eg. both stage 3) will have different survival prospects

 

 

BOWEL CANCER SCREENING POSITION STATEMENT

"Mātaihia mai i te 50, kei tūreiti!"

  1. Drop the Māori age of entry to 50 

  2. Increase screening participation

  3. Add holistic innovations

  4. Legislate Māori governance

"equitably designed cancer screening and early diagnosis saves lives"

CERVICAL CANCER AND HPV POSITION STATEMENT

"Māu ano e kuhu"

  1. Legislate Māori governance

  2. Develop an interim register

LIVER CANCER SCREENING POSITION STATEMENT

  1. Develop a national Liver Ora Programme

  2. Legislate Māori governance

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H. PYLORI AND STOMACH CANCER

  1. Conduct further research on H. Pylori prevalence

  2. Conduct further research on other factors that lead to stomach cancer