Did You Know?

Cervical cancer is the 7th most common cancer among females in Hong Kong [1]

What is HPV?

Easy to Perform - Protect Yourself

The SENTISTM HPV DNA test allows the detection of high-risk HPV types. The presence of high-risk HPV types indicates a higher risk of cervical cancer. Early detection allows for early diagnosis and treatment.

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  • 582 new cases of cervical cancer in 2018
  • 162 deaths of cervical cancer in 2019
  • 14 high-risk types of HPV

HPV is transmitted primarily through intimate skin-to-skin or sexual contact [4]

How to do Self-Sampling?

Self-sampling is quick and straightforward, for an easy detection of risk for developing cervical cancer.

What are the benefits of self-sampling?

Self-Sampling Booklet

Simple and fast

Straight forward directions for fast self-sampling

Accurate

Assay conducted in laboratory

Convenient

No appointment required, testing at any time

Privacy

Saving the trouble of going out

Why do I need a SENTIS™ HPV DNA Test?

1

All Women should Test Regularly


Women aged 25-64 years with sexual experience are recommended to receive regular cervical cancer screening

2

HPV vaccination does not protect all high-risk types


HPV vaccination does not include all high-risk HPV types nor against existing HPV infection, so there is a need for regular cervical cancer screening

3

High-risk groups for cervical cancer


Individuals with an elevated risk of cervical cancer, such as women with early sexual intercourse, multiple sexual partners, habitual smoking and other risk factors should test regularly

Grasp your health condition through an HPV DNA test

Let’s enjoy life & live healthier!

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[1] Centre for Health Protection. [Internet]. Cervical cancer. Centre for Health Protection; 2021. Available from: https://www.chp.gov.hk/en/healthtopics/content/25/56.html 

[2] Hong Kong Cancer Registry, Hospital Authority. [Internet]. Overview of Hong Kong Cancer Statistics of 2018. 2020. Available from: https://www3.ha.org.hk/cancereg/pdf/overview/Overview%20of%20HK%20Cancer%20Stat%202018.pdf

[3] Reddout N, Christensen T, Bunnell A, Jensen D, Johnson D, O'Malley S, et al. High risk HPV TYPES 18 and 16 are POTENT modulators of ORAL squamous cell carcinoma phenotypes in vitro [Internet]. Infectious agents and cancer. BioMed Central; 2007. Available from: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2206007/

[4] Scientific Committee on Vaccine Preventable Diseases Scientific Committee on AIDS and Sexually Transmitted Infections, Centre for Health Protection. [Internet]. Recommendation on the Use of Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Vaccine. Centre for Health Protection; 2013. Available from: https://www.chp.gov.hk/files/pdf/recommendation_on_the_use_of_human_papillomavirus_vaccine_r.pdf

HPV Doctor List

Doctor Name Gender Area Address Telephone
Dr. Ho, Pak Kin Female 新界 Wanbang Building, 33 Queen's Road, Central, Hong Kong +852 123456781
Dr. Ho, Pak Kin Female 香港島 Wanbang Building, 33 Queen's Road, Central, Hong Kong +852 123456782
Dr. Ho, Pak Kin Female 新界 Wanbang Building, 33 Queen's Road, Central, Hong Kong +852 123456782
Dr. Ho, Pak Kin Female 香港島 Wanbang Building, 33 Queen's Road, Central, Hong Kong +852 123456782
Dr. Ho, Pak Kin Female 九龍 Wanbang Building, 33 Queen's Road, Central, Hong Kong +852 123456783
Dr. Ho, Pak Kin male 新界 Wanbang Building, 33 Queen's Road, Central, Hong Kong +852 123456784
Dr. Ho, Pak Kin male 九龍 Wanbang Building, 33 Queen's Road, Central, Hong Kong +852 123456785
Dr. Ho, Pak Kin male 香港島 Wanbang Building, 33 Queen's Road, Central, Hong Kong +852 123456786
Dr. Ho, Pak Kin male 九龍 Wanbang Building, 33 Queen's Road, Central, Hong Kong +852 123456787
Dr. Ho, Pak Kin male 香港島 Wanbang Building, 33 Queen's Road, Central, Hong Kong +852 123456788
Dr. Ho, Pak Kin male 香港島 Wanbang Building, 33 Queen's Road, Central, Hong Kong +852 123456789