Ladies, have you had your Human Papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine?

You can get your HPV vaccination at no cost* at participating Community Health Assistant Scheme (CHAS) General Practitioner (GP) if you are eligible.

*With Temasek Foundation covering out-of-pocket expenses after government subsidies. 

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Frequently Asked Questions

Human papillomavirus (HPV) is a group of common viruses that causes infections in both men and women. Most HPV infections clear up on their own and do not cause any problem. However, sometimes the infections do not go away. Persistent infections by certain HPV types can cause several cancers including cervical cancer. Unfortunately, HPV infection has no treatment or cure but the best way to help prevent this is to get vaccinated.

After a successful eligibility check, you may call the nearest participating clinic directly to make an appointment, OR book an appointment at Health Appointment System with the clinic indicating a ”TF-SCS Partner” label.


HPV vaccines can prevent infections caused by certain types of Human Papillomavirus (HPV), including types that are linked to HPV-related cancers. The vaccine is recommended for use in young women. For it to be most effective, the vaccine should be given before the first sexual activity where HPV exposure may occur.

The HPV vaccine prevents several cancers, including:

• Cervical cancer in females
• Vaginal and vulva cancers in females
• Anal cancer in females and males
• Throat cancers in females and males
• Penile cancer in males

The HPV vaccination consists of three doses.

If you’re eligible, you can get your HPV vaccination done at No COST at participating General Practitioner (GP) clinics here.

The common side effects are

• Soreness at the site of injection
• Fever
• Headache

Please discuss with your doctor if you have concerns about side effects.

Regular screening (Pap/HPV test) is encouraged as there are no signs or symptoms during the early stages of cervical cancer. It is important for women aged 25 to 69 years old to go for regular cervical cancer screening especially if one is sexually active as the HPV vaccination does not protect against all cancer-causing HPV subtypes. Cervical cancer screening is the most effective way to assess one’s risk of developing cervical cancer. The high-risk (virus) strains will take time after exposure to develop into pre-cancerous or cancerous lesions. Hence, detecting these highrisk strains early can ensure that you can treat them early and prevent them from becoming cervical cancer.

Early detection saves lives

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