Genevieve Sambhi was a young mom when she received the devastating news: she had cervical cancer. But she’s a survivor today thanks to early detection.


Teri was a young, healthy mom when she received her cervical cancer diagnosis. Now, she’s determined to use her story to educate others on the importance of prevention.


For Michelle, sharing her story was one of the hardest things she had to do. But afterwards, she regretted not doing it sooner.


This interior designer and marathon enthusiast
never missed a Pap smear screening! Her only warning was bleeding between menstrual cycle before she was diagnosed with cervical cancer.

HPV and Cervical Cancer

HPV causes 99% of all cervical cancer cases3,4. Cervical cancer is the second most common cancer among Malaysian women between the ages of 15-44. Every day, five new cases of cervical cancer are diagnosed, and two women lose the fight against this disease.

You can protect yourself

Getting infected with HPV is more common than you might think1. The good news is there are two easy steps you can take to protect yourself.

Speak to a doctor

It can be hard to know what to say. Here are some helpful questions you can take to your next appointment.

Make an appointment

Find a clinic closest to you and set up an appointment to speak with your doctor about vaccination and screening.