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The Government In The Midst Of Buying HPV Vaccine Doses

The Ministry of Health is in the process of procuring HPV (Human papillomavirus) vaccines to continue its drive to protect target groups. ​Deputy Health Minister Lukanisman Awang Sauni said the Covid-19 pandemic...


HPV Injection to Prevent Cervical Cancer Intensifies After 300,000 Doses Received

The launch of the program was completed in parliament on 23 November, 2023, which was launched by the minister of health Dr. Zaliha Mustafa. This is supported by MSD, Zuellig Pharma, AIA Public Takaful Berhad, The Rotary Foundation and Bank Muamalat Malaysia. Limited under this program 300,000 doses of HPV worth RM 90 million will be given


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Reaching Out To Marginalised Groups To Provide Free HPV Vaccines

About 300,000 doses of the Human Papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine worth RM90 million will be given free of charge to teenagers and women from disadvantaged and vulnerable communities in Malaysia. The vaccine will be distributed to all 222 parliamentary constituencies in the country under…


#HEALTH: Protecting Women and Girls

The Parliamentary Special Select Committee on Health, Dewan Rakyat, the National Cancer Society of Malaysia (NCSM), and the Ministry of Health have launched the "Leaving No One Behind: Eliminating Cervical Cancer in Malaysia" programme. Under this programme, 300,000 doses of the HPV vaccine worth RM90 million will be given free of charge …


Interview About Leaving No One Behind Programme - With Dr Murallitharan

The Managing Director of the National Cancer Society of Malaysia (NCSM) was invited to the RTM Malaysia On the Table (Malaysia Tonight) segment to share about the  Leaving No One Behind: Eliminating Cervical Cancer in Malaysia programme.


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Reaching Out To Marginalised Groups To Provide Free HPV Vaccines

The human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine program for high school girls across the country is expected to begin next year. This is after school closures during the Covid-19 pandemic and the lack of vaccines resulted in stalled efforts in this area…


Team Effort

As we usher in the new year, National Cancer Society Malaysia (NCSM) is kick-starting its new HPV vaccination programme, in partnership with the Ministry of Health. In conjunction with Cervical Cancer Awareness Month, NCSM managing director Dr Murallitharan Munisamy, together with Health Minister Datuk Seri Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad, share insights on the endeavour…..


Multi-Sector Vaccination Drive

The Malaysian chapter of global health care company MSD has donated 300,000 human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccines worth approximately RM500,000 to vaccinate girls across all 222 parliamentary constituencies. The HPV vaccines, which help prevent cervical cancer, will be distributed through a collaborative effort by the Ministry of Health (MOH), the Health Parliamentary Special Select Committee (PSSC).…



At the National Cancer Society of Malaysia, we are at the forefront of the fight against cancer. Our mission is to enhance the lives of those affected by this disease, and we strive to achieve this by participating in vaccination efforts to prevent cervical cancer. By supporting our campaign and contributing to the cause, you will be joining us in the battle against cancer and aiding in saving lives. For more information about our policy brief and how you can help, please download it from the link provided below.

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