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Thank you for your interest in the CervixCheck study. Particiaption in CervixCheck is no longer available. 

As of January 29, 2024, the province of B.C. is transitioning to HPV Primary Screening. If you are due for cervix screening you may be eligible to receive a self-screening kit from the BC Cervix Screening Program at:​ or by phone at 1-877-702-6566. ​

You can also receive screening from your health care provider or by finding a provider through BC Cancer's clinic locator:

Cervical cancer screening
mailed to your ho​​me

  • Sign Up
  • Get a kit
  • Collect sample
  • Mail to lab
  • Get results
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Please note: 'Your health care provider' is the health care provider that you use to register for the study.​

​​​​​What is CervixCheck?

CervixCheck is a research study aimed at increasing participation in screening for women and persons with a cervix who are not up to date with regular cervical cancer screening. CervixCheck provides a way for eligible women and persons with a cervix to register through a secure website to receive a kit to complete cervix screening at home. It is meant for people who have not attended routine cervical cancer screening and have not had a cervical screen in the last 3 years or more. By registering through this website, a screening kit is mailed to your home for you to safely and easily collect the sample yourself. Once you’ve collected your sample, you mail the kit back for testing using the postage paid package. Your screening results will be available online through your CervixCheck account.


Who can use it?

You may be able to participate if:

  • You are between 25-65 years and have a cervix (ie. have not had a hysterectomy)
  • You have not been screened for cervical cancer in 3 years or more
  • You are registered with the BC Medical Services Plan
  • You are not pregnant
  • You are located in, or around, one of the Métis Chartered Communities of Smithers, Terrace, Prince Rupert, Tumbler Ridge, Chetwynd, Hudson's Hope, Dawson Creek, Kelly Lake, Fort St John, or Fort Nelson; ​​​​

Cervical Cancer Screening

In the province of British Columbia, cervical cancer screening is done using the pap test. To learn more about pap testing, visit the BC Cancer Cervix Screening Program website.

A New Way to Test for Cervical Cancer

CervixCheck uses HPV testing for cervical cancer screening, which is safe and effective. This method allows you to collect your own sample using a discreet kit mailed to your home.
Learn More about HPV, HPV testing, and self-screening

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