The FIT50 programme was launched in 2014 in conjunction with Singapore Cancer Society’s 50th anniversary celebrations. FIT50 programme aims to encourage those entering their silver years to stay “fit” and adopt regular health screening for the three commonly diagnosed cancers affecting Singaporeans.

Singapore Cancer Society will be providing cancer screening services at no charge to Singapore Citizens who are turning 50 years old in 2022 and due for screening. This is to encourage them to stay fit, healthy and cancer-free.

The fully-sponsored cancer screening services will include HPV test, Faecal Immunochemical Test (FIT) and the mammogram screening.

Singapore Cancer Society will pay for remaining charges after prevailing government subsidies for screening tests, so that eligible participants do not pay any amount for it.



#eNEW50 movement features individuals celebrating their 50s by sharing their own health stories, tips for healthier living and at the same time creating awareness on the importance of cancer screening as the bulk of cancer diagnoses in Singapore happens after the age of 50.

Through #eNEW50 movement, we hope to rally Singaporeans to join us in the fight against cancer by adopting healthy lifestyles and going for regular cancer screening.


Deputy Prime Minister, Lawrence Wong

We are incredibly honoured to have DPM Lawrence Wong joining us as our #eNEW50 ambassador!

As shared by DPM Lawrence Wong, regular screening can lead to early detection and in turn, better treatment outcomes; so be sure to go for your screening!

Senior Minister of State, Koh Poh Koon 

Fun Fact: Did you know that Dr Koh Poh Koon, Senior Minister of State, Ministry of Health & Ministry of Manpower was previously a colorectal surgeon?

In his #eNEW50 video, Dr Koh shares his advice for those venturing into their 50s and how colorectal cancer is the leading cancer affecting both genders in Singapore but thankfully, it can be detected early through the Faecal Immunochemical Test (FIT)!

Allan Wu

Known as Singapore’s bonafide hunk, our first celebrity #eNEW50 ambassador Allan Wu leads an active lifestyle, and has been loving his sports since young.

Curious about Allan’s exercise routine and SCS’s screening initiatives? Watch this video to get your answers.

Fann Wong

Our MediaCorp Ah Jie, Fann Wong loves her water and fruits as well as outdoor activities with her family.

Did you know that 1 in 4 deaths in Singapore is caused by cancer? Thankfully, as shared by Fann, early detection is possible through regular cancer screening.

Pan Ling Ling

Years after her breast cancer diagnosis, veteran actress Pan Ling Ling is now in the pink of health after a lifestyle overhaul.

In this video, Ling Ling shares about her battle with cancer and how she emerged victorious. Kudos to her and all our cancer warriors!

Albert Ching

There’s no better person to share about #eNEW50 than our CEO Albert Ching!

Did you know that Albert exercises everyday without fail? Check out his cycling adventures in the video and you’ll know that he indeed walks the talk.


Tonya Tan

We are pleased to have Ms Tonya Tan, member of SCS Charity Gala Committee onboard #eNEW50! Despite her busy schedule, Ms Tonya is committed to making time for her cancer screenings.

She also encourages her loved ones to rethink their lifestyles and take on a proactive approach to beating cancer.