HPV Vaccine

Many of you may find the cancer topic unrelatable until someone you know has it. #CervicalCancer is the 2nd most frequent cancer among women between 15 and 44​ years of age. The common cause which contributes to cervical cancer is certain types of Human papillomavirus (HPV). Prevent HPV with the HPV vaccine and regular cervical screening.

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    • Level 1, Wisma LifeCare, Bangsar South
    • Level 2, Kompleks Komersil Akasa, Cheras South


HPV Vaccine

RM600.00 – RM1,760.00

Gardasil-9 Vaccine (HPV Vaccine) – first dose must be administered within the first 6 months of purchase. An appointment is not required.

Prevention is better than cure. Get vaccinated against HPV today.

  • > 15 years old: 3 doses
  • Between 12-15 years old: 2 doses

3 doses of Gardasil-9 vaccines are used to prevent 2 types of low-risk and 7 types of high-risk – sub-types of HPVs. 

The vaccine is typically given to adolescents and young adults between the ages of 9 and 26. It is most effective when given before an individual becomes sexually active, as this is when the risk of HPV infection is highest. Gardasil-9 has been shown to be highly effective in reducing the risk of HPV infection and the development of HPV-related cancers. With that, regular health screenings are still recommended to complement the vaccination. 

【Regular Cervical Cancer Screening】 

Pap smear (or Pap test) is a cytological screening for cervical cancer. It involves collecting cells from the cervix in the lower part of the uterus that opens into the vagina. 

Pap smears are recommended for women who are or have been sexually active, or who are 21 years of age and above. It is typically recommended that women get a Pap smear every 2 years, depending on their age, risk factors and previous diagnosis. 

A non-invasive imaging technique used to examine the organs and structures within the pelvis, including the uterus, ovaries, fallopian tubes, bladder, and prostate gland. It can help diagnose conditions such as pelvic pain, abnormal bleeding, ovarian cysts, uterine fibroids, and pregnancy-related issues.

HPV DNA genotyping is a laboratory test that is used to identify the specific types of HPV present in a sample of cells or tissue, mainly to identify high-risk HPV genotypes, which are responsible for most HPV-related cancers. 

Read more on Cervical Cancer here.