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Highlights in Numbers

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ringgit raised for Rumah Solehah in 2020, benefitting 60 children with HIV


women screened for cervical cancer with Program ROSE

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women employees


female leaders

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healthcare education initiatives, benefitting 600 healthcare providers


ringgit invested into patient initiatives, double of 2018/2019

Malaysia in 2020/2021

Non-communicable diseases such as cardiovascular disease, cancer, diabetes, mental health disorders and obesity, have emerged as leading causes of death among Malaysia’s population of 32.6 million. 

As part of a plan to improve its healthcare system, the Ministry of Health in 2020 launched its Strategic Framework of the Medical Programme 2021 - 2025 as a guide to achieving universal health coverage, with a particular focus on tackling mental health and cancer treatment.


Our COVID-19 Contributions

Since the start of the pandemic, Roche Diagnostics tested more than 500,000 patients with our tests, including supplying rapid antigen tests for regular screening of workers in high-risk areas such as factories. 

We also set up more than 10 testing labs in the public and private sector, and supplemented labs with more than a million COVID tests as demand soared.


Expanding Sustainable Cancer Care

  • To improve cancer care infrastructure and improve the lives of these patients, we supported key local organisations in their efforts to win Greater Petaling’s bid to join the City Cancer Challenge.
  • As a strategic partner, we aim to collaborate with key stakeholders to close gaps in cancer care services, improve access to sustainable cancer treatments and deliver locally-led, sustainable care solutions.

Removing obstacles to Cervical Cancer screening

  • To expand testing access to more eligible women, we supported a program to increase cervical cancer screening rates. We supplied the ROSE lab with a HPV testing system, and the women with self-sampling kits.

Faster diagnostics, better education to tackle heart failure

  • To improve heart failure diagnosis rates, we reached over 300 healthcare professionals on topics including heart condition diagnosis tests and clinical practice guidelines.
  • We also ran a patient access programme in collaboration with partner pharmaceutical companies to increase the access to natriuretic peptide tests, benefitting over 400 patients in total.