For many Singaporean women, breast cancer develops long before noticing any signs or symptoms. For others, there may be no signs or symptoms at all1.
With breast cancer the most common cancer type in women, accounting for over 11 000 cases between 2014-20182, it is essential to stay aware of breast cancer even if you see no changes in your body. This includes receiving regular breast screening, where early detection is linked with a greater chance of survival. But what is involved in a breast screening and what options are available to you?