Mammogram Screening is More Affordable and More Accessible Now!

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To encourage more women to go for a mammogram screening, Singapore Cancer Society (SCS), Breast Cancer Foundation (BCF), and National Healthcare Group Diagnostics (NHGD) are making such screening more affordable by providing funding assistance through a ‘Community Mammobus Programme’ starting from 1 February 2018.

 

Subsidised Rate for Mammogram on Mammobus

Fees (Subsidised rate): 1st Time Screener Repeat Screener  
Singapore Citizen $0 $10  
Permanent Resident $25 $35  
Foreigner (Doctor Referral Letter Required) $107  
 

 

Who should go for Breast Screening?

Women aged 40* years old & above (Singapore Citizen, Singapore PR & foreigner) who
• Have not gone for mammography in the last 12 months (40-49 years old)*  /  24 months (50 years old & above)
• Have no breast symptoms such as breast lumps or nipple discharge
• Have not been breastfeeding for the past 6 months
• Not pregnant (Note: Patients with mobility aids are advised to have their mammogram screening done a breast screening centres)

 

*Women aged 40 to 49 years old can screen for breast cancer but they should talk to their doctor about the benefits and limitations of mammograms in this age group so that they can make an informed choice about going for screening.

 

Where will the Mammobus be deployed?

 

 

How can I book for the mammobus?

Contact SCS at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.