Frequently Asked Questions
1. Am I too young to be eligible for a free screening at
Singapore Cancer Society
You have to be at least 25 years old to be eligible for a free screening at Singapore Cancer Society.
Both Pap test and HPV test is offered at Singapore Cancer Society at no cost if you fulfil the following criteria:
Singaporean/Permanent Resident (PR)
In the age range of 25 to 69 years old
Has previously engaged in sexual intercourse
However, if you are below 25 years old and sexually active, you can still book your cervical cancer screening with your own doctor.
2. I sent a request for the free screening but
did not receive any confirmation.
Unfortunately, due to the COVID-19, the clinic is closed until further notice.
Singapore Cancer Society will contact you to fix an appointment once their clinic reopens.
3. Is there still free screening available even though the SurviGals Screening Tea Parties are cancelled?
Even though our SurviGals Screening Tea Parties have been cancelled, you can still book your free screening at Singapore Cancer Society. You may sign up for free screening at bit.ly/SurviGalsScreening and wait for Singapore Cancer Society to give you a call to fix an appointment.
4. Is the cervical cancer screening procedure painful?
The procedure may be uncomfortable, but it should not be painful. If you experience any discomfort or have more questions about the screening, please inform your doctor.