Be in the know. Educate yourself and your loved ones about human papillomavirus (HPV) and ways to get protected from HPV and its related cancers and diseases with these informative videos.


Join Professor Dr Woo Yin Ling, Consultant Gynaecological Oncologist, University Malaya Medical Centre and Dato’ Dr Saunthari Somasundaram, President and Medical Advisor, National Cancer Society of Malaysia (NCSM) in this four-part video series as they shed light on HPV, its related diseases, prevention as well as some misconceptions about HPV.

No idea what HPV is? Watch this video to get some insights about this common viral infection among sexually active adults and learn how you can protect yourselves against HPV.

It’s time to combat HPV infections through vaccination and regular screening for women. Find out more in this video!

Let’s tackle some of the common misinformation about HPV in this video.

Not sure where to seek advise and support about HPV, prevention and its related cancers and diseases? Find out more in this video.


Our campaign influencers speak to the experts and spill the tea about HPV!

Dr Say Shazril speaks to Dr Dalilah Kamaruddin, National Cancer Society Malaysia’s Head of Cancer & Health Screening Clinic about HPV and cervical cancer related issues.

Join our campaign ambassador, Dr Tengku Ezulia as she speaks to Professor Dr Jamiyah Binti Hassan, an Obstetrician-Gynecologist Consultant (Feto-Maternal), about HPV-related diseases and how you can protect yourself and your loved ones.

In this Cervical Cancer Awareness Month special episode of ‘Talking Life with Mei Sze’, colorectal cancer survivor, Choo Mei Sze speaks to Dr Junie Khoo of Beacon Hospital to learn more about HPV and cervical cancer.

Still unsure about HPV? Catch Chazynash and Dr George Lee, Consultant Urologist, in this video and discover more about HPV and how it also affects men.


This two-minute video will help you understand better about one of the most common infections among sexually active adults – HPV.

HPV is so common that almost every person who is sexually active will get infected at some point in their life2. If you think you are not at risk of getting HPV infection, think again.


Men vs women. Different or alike? Are we as informed as the other? Or does one gender know more?

Hear from three couples in this fun video that takes on a variety of questions to see which gender emerges tops in their knowledge about HPV and its related cancers and diseases. You’ll be surprised at the responses!


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Make an appointment to speak to your doctor about how you can protect yourself from HPV-related cancers and diseases.

You can also reach out to the National Cancer Society Malaysia (NCSM) for counselling support or to speak about your concerns on HPV and its prevention. To find out more about cervical self-screening and how to go about it, do get in touch with Program ROSE.

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