Breast cancer is the most common cancer among Singaporean women, and all women are at risk of getting breast cancer. The chances of developing it increases with age.
Fortunately, early detection can increase survival rates and save breasts. So, book your mammogram today! Call 6773 7888 or email email@example.com to pre-register.
Nearest MRT Station
Registration Closing Date
26 Jan 2019
9am - 4pm
Bukit Timah Community Club
20 Toh Yi Drive, Singapore 596569
Beauty World (DT5)
18 Jan 2019
9 Mar 2019
9am - 4pm
Carpark next to block 937Jurong West Street 91, Singapore 640937
1 Mar 2019
Cost (Subsidised Rate)
Permenant Resident (PR)
Foreigner (Doctor's Referral Letter Required)
Singapore Citizens and Singapore PRs may be eligible for further subsidies and will be assessed after registration.
Women aged 40 years old and above.
Singapore citizens, Singapore PRs and foreigners are eligible for the screening. Refer to 'Cost' tab for more information.
Women who have not gone for mammography in the last: ✓12 months (for 40 to 49 years old)* ✓24 months (for 50 years old & above)
Do not have any breast cancer symptoms such as breast lumps or nipple discharge.
Have not been breastfeeding for the past 6 months.
Participants with mobility aids are advised to have their mammogram screening done at the breast screening centres.
*Women aged 40 to 49 years old can screen for breast cancer but they should talk to their doctor about the benefits and limitations of mammograms for this age group, so that they can make an informed choice about going for screening.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is a mammogram? A mammogram is a simple examination of the breast using low-energy X-rays. The procedure can help to identify abnormalities in the breast tissue and detect lumps that cannot be felt.
Can I go for a mammogram if I have breast implants. Women with breast implants can and should follow the same guidelines recommended by MOH. However, you might need to inform your doctor in advance. The screening process may be slightly more difficult with the implants and special steps will have to be taken in order to capture clearer X-rays.
Is mammogram screening painful? The breast is compressed during mammogram to spread the tissue apart, so as to capture a good image of the breast. Some women may find this uncomfortable or painful but it only lasts for a short amount of time. Women with sensitive breasts are advised to schedule the mammograph at a time of the month when the breasts are less tender and avoid the week before the period to lessen the discomfort.
Can the mammogram determine that I have breast cancer? The denser the breast tissue is, the higher the probability of cancer being hidden by the breast tissue. Hence, regular mammogram screenings are very important and remain the most effective way of detecting breast abnormalities early.
How long is the mammogram process? It takes approximately 15 minutes to complete the process.