What is cervical cancer

Cervical cancer is the cancer which happen in cervix. It is the fourth most common cancer in women worldwide. From 2018, cervical cancer has caused over 2.7% of female cancer deaths. The incidence and mortality of cervical cancer increase with age.
To prevent cervical cancer, the most effective method is to take Human Papillomavirus (HPV) DNA screening and Pap test regularly.

HPV9 Antibody Test (Advance)

HPV vaccine contains HPV virus capsid protein, can trigger the body to produce immune antibodies. These antibodies can act as a protection and increase immunity against the HPV virus for one who may be exposed to in the future.

HPV DNA 33 types genotyping & Pap test

The medical profession has confirmed that almost all cervical cancers (90-91%) are caused by persistent infection with Human Papillomavirus (HPV). Compared with low-risk HPV, persistent infection with high-risk HPV causes cervical cancers. The chance of causing cervical cancer is at least 30 times higher*. Therefore, we must first understand the cause of cancer before prevention of cervical cancer.