Cervical Cancer

Cervical Cancer - Know Your Symptoms And Get Treatment In Singapore

Cervical cancer is one of the most common cancers for women. Learn more about how to know your symptoms and maintain different stages with the right treatment with our collection of informative articles and resources.

Options To Treat Cervical Cancer In Singapore

Signs And Symptoms Of Cervical Cancer

What Is Cervical Cancer

Cervical Cancer Stages


Cancer Screening Singapore – Conducted And Reviewed By Internal Medicine Specialist

In this article, we discuss the importance of cancer screening in Singapore that is conducted and reviewed by Internal Medicine.

Cervical Cancer Screening In Singapore

Cervical cancer is the 10th most common cancer among Singaporean women. Find out more about cervical cancer screening in Singapore.

HPV Test & Pap Test in Singapore to Screen Cervical Cancer

Early detection helps successful cervical cancer treatment. Cervical cancer screening methods in Singapore include HPV tests and Pap tests.

Why You Should Screen for Cancer

3 Myths Preventing People From Going For Regular Cancer Screening – Debunked Cancer can strike anyone, and at any age..

Do Not Let Cervical Cancer Stay Undetected – Act Now!

Early detection of Cervical Cancer is crucial. Schedule your comprehensive screening package today, including laboratory tests, to ensure peace of mind and protect your health. Don’t wait for symptoms to appear – by then, it could be too late.

Book your comprehensive screening now and stay one step ahead to preserve your health:

Need more options? Explore additional health screening packages on this page.

See A Doctor

If you are looking for a doctor in Singapore for stomach cancer screening or treatment, here are some to consider:

Dr Chua Boon Suan EAB


Dr Chua Boon Suan | Preferred Doctor

AsiaMedic Wellness Assessment Centre


Dr Kim Guowei – Crest Surgical Practice

Dr Kum Cheng Kiong – Centre for Screening and Surgery

Assoc Prof Emile John Tan Kwong Wei – Singapore General Hospital

Dr Jeremy Tan Tian Hui – Singapore General Hospital



Dr Wong Siew Wei | Partner Doctor – Parkway Cancer Centre

Dr Choo Su Pin – Curie Oncology

Clin Assoc Prof Tham Chee Kian – National Cancer Centre Singapore

Dr Koo Si-Lin – National Cancer Centre Singapore


Dr Looi Wen Shen – Proton Therapy SG

Dr Lee Kuo Ann – Mount Elizabeth Novena Hospital

Selecting A Doctor For Treatment

If you suspect any issues with your health or have been actively experiencing them, choosing a doctor to help you will be a crucial decision. 

Editor’s List On Where To Go For Health Screening In Singapore

Wondering where to go for health screening in Singapore, our Editor’s List on health screening providers may be a good.

Health365 Guide To Finding The Best Doctor In Singapore For Your Needs

In this Health365 guide, we will discuss why selecting the “right” doctor is the key to finding the “best” doctor.


MediSave can be claimed for various tests and screenings at all public healthcare institutions and approved private hospitals and medical institutions.

Check with CPF on the latest MediSave policies.

Financial Planning For Cost Of Medical Treatment In Singapore

The cost of medical treatment in Singapore is a significant concern for many individuals and families. Proper financial planning is.

MediSave And Medishield Life Coverage For Overseas Singaporeans

Know more about MediSave, MediShield Life and Integrated Shield Plans coverage for overseas medical expenses.

Resources On Women's Cancers

How To Prevent Cervical Cancer

Measures against HPV is key in how to prevent cervical cancer. This includes limiting HPV transmission during sex, and HPV vaccinations.

Impact Of Cervical Cancer On Sexuality And Fertility

Cervical cancer can have a significant impact on patients’ sexuality and fertility. This article examines major implications for patients.

Conventional Pap Smear Vs Thinprep

Conventional Pap smear vs Thinprep - Learn the major differences between these two methods of cervical cancer screening.

New Blood Test For Ovarian Cancer Detection

In this article, we discuss ovarian cancer and highlight a new development, a blood test for ovarian cancer.

Top Cancer In Singapore By Age Group (Females)

In this article, we take a closer look at the top cancer in Singapore for females, broken down by age group.

All You Need To Know About HPV Testing In Singapore

What Is HPV  HPV stand for Human Papilloma Virus, and is an infection caused by a DNA virus. There are over 200 types of this virus, and a person can become infected with more than one at a time. HPV.


Is cervical cancer curable?

If detected at an early stage, yes, it can be curable. The 5-year relative survival rate is almost 90%

What are the primary symptoms of cervical cancer?

Cervical cancer symptoms often don’t appear in the early stages but can include unusual vaginal discharge, pelvic pain and pain during sex. Your gynecologist may be able to detect signs of cervical cancer during a routine pelvic exam.

What can hep detect cervical cancer?

There are various tests to be done that can help you lead your cervical cancer treatment, such as HPV test or a PAP Smear test.

Can HPV cause cervical cancer?

Some strains of hight risk HPV can cause cervical and other cancers, including vaginal cancer, and throat cancers.

What happens if cervical cancer is left untreated?

If cervical cancer is undiagnosed and untreated, it will slowly spread out of the cervix and into the surrounding tissue and organs. 

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