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2023 Edition-Annual Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening Program: Free Mammogram and 50% Discounted Pap Smear and HPV Testing from 1st to 31st October 2023

Every year, our commitment to women's health takes center stage as we announce our much-anticipated Annual Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening Event. This October, from the 1st to the 31st, we are proud to offer free mammograms and 50% discounted Papsmears and HPV testing. Your health and well-being matter, and we're here to make essential screenings more accessible than ever.

Early Detection Saves Lives
Breast and cervical cancers are the most common cancers that affect women in Nigeria. The key to beating these cancers is early detection. Regular screenings can identify potential issues at their earliest, most treatable stages, drastically improving the chances of successful treatment and recovery.
Programme Details
Date: October 1st to October 31st, 2023
Location: Plot 665 TOS Benson Crescent, Utako, Abuja.
Eligibility: Open to all women within the eligible age group.

What's on Offer?
Mammograms are a crucial tool for detecting breast cancer.
1. During the month of October, we are offering FREE mammograms to ensure that every woman has access to this vital screening.
2. 50% Discount on Papsmears and HPV Testing: Regular Pap smears and HPV testing are instrumental in identifying cervical cancer risks. We are thrilled to offer these screenings at a 50% discount throughout the event, making them affordable for all.

Why You Shouldn't Miss This Opportunity
1. Cost-Effective Screening: Early detection is crucial, and our significantly discounted screenings make it easier for every woman to prioritize her health.
2. Community Support: By participating, you join a community of women who are committed to their well-being and the well-being of those they love. Your example can inspire others to take control of their health.

Preparing for Mammogram

  1. Schedule the Appointment: You can walk-in in our our facility during operationing hours: Monday – Friday 9:00am-4:00pm
  2. Choose the Right Time: Try to schedule your mammogram at a time when your breasts are less likely to be tender or swollen. The week following your period is typically a good time for most women.
  3. Wear the Right Clothing: On the day of the mammogram, wear a two-piece outfit, as you will need to undress from the waist up. Avoid wearing deodorant, powder, or perfume on the day of the examination, as these products can interfere with the imaging.
  4. Bring Previous Imaging Results: If you have had previous mammograms at a different facility, bring those images and reports with you. Comparing them can be crucial for detecting any changes.
  5. Communicate with the Technician: Inform the mammogram technician if you are pregnant, breastfeeding, or have breast implants. This information will help them adjust the procedure as needed.
  6. Relax and Breathe: The procedure itself is relatively quick and relatively painless. While it can be slightly uncomfortable, remember to breathe and stay relaxed during the process.

Preparing for a Cervical Cancer Examination (Pap Smear):

  1. Schedule the Appointment: Avoid scheduling it during your menstrual period if possible, as this can affect the accuracy of the test.
  2. Avoid Certain Products: For at least two days before the test, avoid using tampons, vaginal creams, lubricants, or douches. These can interfere with the accuracy of the test.
  3. Don’t Have Sexual Intercourse: Refrain from sexual activities for at least 48 hours before the Pap smear, as sperm, lubricants, or other products used during intercourse can interfere with the test.
  4. Discuss Medications: Inform your healthcare provider about any medications you are taking, as certain medications, such as steroids or immune system suppressants, can affect the results.
  5. Relax and Communicate: It’s common to feel a little nervous about a Pap smear, but the procedure is usually quick and only mildly uncomfortable. If you have concerns or questions, don’t hesitate to communicate with your healthcare provider or the nurse performing the test.
  6. HPV Self-Sampling Kit: Home testing kit is available.

Who should get screened for breast and cervical cancer?

The World Health Organization recommends that all women start getting regular breast and cervical cancer screenings at the following ages:

  1. Breast cancer screenings: Women should start getting mammograms every year at age 40. If you have a high risk of breast cancer, you may need to start getting mammograms earlier.
  2. Cervical cancer screenings: Women should start getting Pap smears every 3 years at age 21. If you are over age 30, you can get a Pap smear and an HPV test together every 5 years.

What can I expect at my breast and cervical cancer screening?

At your breast cancer screening, you will have a mammogram. A mammogram is a low-dose X-ray of your breasts. It takes about 15 minutes to complete.

At your cervical cancer screening, you will have a Pap smear or HPV screening. A Pap smear/ HPV test is a simple test that collects cells from your cervix. The cells are then examined for any abnormalities.

What do I do If my screening results are abnormal?

If your screening results are abnormal, your doctor will talk to you about what the results mean and what steps you need to take next. This may include additional tests, such as a biopsy.




Discounted Prices

Consultation with Doctor




40 years and above

FREE (T&C applies)

Breast Ultrasound Scan

39 below

N4, 000

Pap Smear


N6, 000

HPV Testing


N25, 000

HPV Self Sampling (Home Testing)


N40, 000

Remember that both of these screenings are essential tools for early cancer detection. Regular screenings can greatly increase the chances of successful treatment if an issue is detected. Be sure to follow your healthcare provider’s recommendations for the timing and frequency of these examinations, as they can vary based on your individual health and risk factors.

We encourage you to share this news with your friends, family, and loved ones. Together, we can make a significant impact in the fight against breast and cervical cancer.

If you have any questions or need further information, don’t hesitate to reach out to us. We look forward to welcoming you in October and taking a proactive step towards better health!

Let’s Unite for Women’s Health.