Cervical Cancer Screening Registry Regulation, Man Reg 31/2009

This regulation requires that for every cervical cancer test carried out by a laboratory, the operator of the laboratory must file a report with the medical director within 30 days of the result of the test being known. The medical director will maintain a registry for the purposes of informing the patient of when further testing or treatment is needed, to disclose the patient's screening history to the laboratory that conducted to test or to the patient's medical health professional, and to monitor rates and patterns of cervical cancer to assist with prevention efforts.