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INDIVIDUAL CHARACTERISTICS, FAMILY HISTORY AND BLOOD GROUP IN WITH BREAST CANCER IN SABZEVAR

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 Start Page 582 | End Page 589

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 Title: Evaluation of individual characteristics, FAMILY HISTORY and blood group in women with BREAST CANCER in Sabzevar, 1391 Background: BREAST CANCER is the most common cancer in women globally. This disease has varied Incidence and mortality rate in different communities which this variation is affected by some factors such as age, sex, race, socioeconomic and marital status, geographic location and lifestyle. this study aimed to examine individual characteristics, FAMILY HISTORY and blood group in women with BREAST CANCER in Sabzevar.Materials and Methods: In this cross-sectional survey, 218 women with age of older than 20 years suffering from BREAST CANCER were identified through census method by health volunteers from 1380 to 1389 in Sabzevar. Needed information was collected using an interview form whose validity and reliability were approved via face validity and content and testretest method. Obtained data was analyzed using spss software and descriptive statistics was applied to calculate indexes and frequencies.Result: among 218 patients, 125 (57.3 percent) were alive. the Subjects’ average age was 52.85±1.2 with a Maximum and minimum age of 86 and 28 years old, respectively. among 124 live patients, 26 patients (21%) of them had a history of BREAST CANCER in the family. If there is a first-degree relatives with BREAST CANCER, chance of getting cancer would be higher than other cases (46.1 %). The most and least frequency of blood group were O (37.6 %) and AB+(6.9 percent), respectively.Conclusion: findings of the present study revealed that the FAMILY HISTORY and blood group of O can be considered as RISK FACTORS of developing BREAST CANCER in Sabzevar. The mean age of onset is lower than the worldwide age. Enhance, these issues should be noticed in the planning of health services.

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