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Association Assessment among Risk Factors and Breast Cancer in a Low Income Country: Bangladesh
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Association Assessment among Risk Factors and Breast Cancer in a Low Income Country: Bangladesh
Ahmed, Kawsar; Asaduzzaman, Sayed; Bashar, Mamun Ibn; Hossain, Goljar; Bhuiyan, Touhid;
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 Abstract
Background: In the low incoming country Bangladesh, breast cancer is second most common neoplasm and is increasing at an alarming rate among females. Lack of awareness and illiteracy are contributory factors for late presentation and therefore mortality. Purpose: To examine associations of different factors with breast cancer mortality and to raise awareness among the women of society in Bangladesh. Materials and Methods: This descriptive case-control study was conducted on 160 participants from April 2011 till July 2014. Through a valid questionnaire covering personal and family history, data were collected by face to face interview. For analyzing correlations among factors with breast cancer data, binary logistic regression, Pearson`s -value, odd ratios and p-value tests were conducted with SPSS version 20. Results: The mean age of the patients was 43.0 ($SD
 Keywords
Bangladesh;breast cancer;correlation;data mining;risk factors;regression;
 Language
English
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