In conjunction with Tree Top Hospital’s fourth anniversary and International Women’s Day, the hospital has launched cervical cancer screening services.
Cervical cancer is found anywhere in the cervix which is the opening between the vagina and uterus. Early intervention measures such as regular cervical screening can help reduce the risk of cervical cancer. Cervical screenings aim to locate and treat changes to the cells of the cervix prior to the risk of it developing into cancer.
Cancer screening is an important step in cancer prevention. Regular checkups are critical for detecting cancer before it spreads, receiving treatment, and saving lives.
Tree Top Hospital’s Cervical Cancer Screening Package includes the services of pap smear (conventional), vaginal swab, urine analysis, urine culture, full blood count, HPV vaccine. These services are provided along with a consultation and a report review from a gynecologist.
Whilst cervical cancer affects all women – screening tests and HPV vaccine can help in early detection and prevention. If cervical cancer is detected early, it is highly treatable and associated with long survival and high quality of life.
Tree Top Hospital can be reached via phone at 3351610 and via email at [email protected] for more information.