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Griffith Law Review
Governments in several Australian jurisdictions have enacted legislation that creates cervical cancer registers. Unlike other legislation relating to several other types of health register, cervical cancer register legislation sets up oversight, reminder and information-gathering regimes about all patients who undergo testing for cervical cancer. The government sets up reminder systems and information-gathering from which women must opt out rather than opting in to use the system. This articledoi:10.1080/10383441.2013.10854785 fatcat:kghk2x77t5hh7hrmjih43dhvyi