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Estimating the Five-Year Survival of Cervical Cancer Patients Treated in Hospital Universiti Sains Malaysia
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Estimating the Five-Year Survival of Cervical Cancer Patients Treated in Hospital Universiti Sains Malaysia
Razak, Nuradhiathy Abd; Khattak, M.N.; Zubairi, Yong Zulina; Naing, Nyi Nyi; Zaki, Nik Mohamed;
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 Abstract
Objective: The objective of this study was to determine the five-year survival among patients with cervical cancer treated in Hospital Universiti Sains Malaysia. Methods: One hundred and twenty cervical cancer patients diagnosed between July 1995 and June 2007 were identified. Data were obtained from medical records. The survival probability was determined using the Kaplan-Meier method and the log-rank test was applied to compare the survival distribution between groups. Results: The overall five-year survival was 39.7% [95%CI (Confidence Interval): 30.7, 51.3] with a median survival time of 40.8 (95%CI: 34.0, 62.0) months. The log-rank test showed that there were survival differences between the groups for the following variables: stage at diagnosis (p
 Keywords
Cervical cancer;five-year survival;median survival time;prognostic factor;
 Language
English
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