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Paper Id: IJCIRAS1634
Title: DESCRIPTION OF PERSONAL AND FAMILY HISTORY IN A POPULATION OF BREAST CANCER PATIENTS, MANAGED AT THE LEVEL OF THE MEDICAL ONCOLOGY DEPARTMENT EHUO 2014-2019
Published in: International Journal Of Creative and Innovative Research In All Studies
Publisher: IJCIRAS
ISSN: 2581-5334
Volume / Issue: Volume 3 Issue 2
Pages: 3
Published On: 7/10/2020 10:36:35 PM      (MM/dd/yyyy)
Main Author Details
Name: TERKI Khadidja
Institute: 1. Service of Epidemiology and Preventive Medicine, Hospital and University Establishment of Oran (EHUO), Algeria
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Author Name Author Institute
Zaoui C Faculty of Medicine, University Oran1 Ahmed Ben Bella
Rekai K Medical Oncology Service-University and hospital establishment of Oran (EHUO)
Abstract
Research Area: Epidemiology
KeyWord: breast cancer, oncogenetic, family history, EHUO, Oran
Abstract: The etiology of breast cancer is multifactorial and complex However, to date, many risk factors for breast cancer have been identified mainly the role of genetic factors in the occurrence of breast cancer that is becoming better known including the mutations of BRCA1 and BRCA2 [1]. These generate a risk of breast cancer and increase with the degree of kinship. The objective of our work is to identify the frequency of personal and family history of cancer, all locations and breast cancer in a population of breast cancer patients, managed at the level of the medical oncology department of our institution. The medical record study was conducted in a retrospective study to meet our objective. Data processing was carried out on Epi-info 6 Results: the study of 240 files, made it possible to identify the characteristics of patients and to calculate the frequency of the factors sought. More than 35.7% of cases reported having at least one person in the family who had cancer. The notion of a personal history of benign tumours is found in 126 patients. However, the family concept of breast cancer was recorded in 65 womens or 22% of cases. Among patients, 32 (11.3%) revealed to have a member, of the first degree, having been affected by the disease (mother, sister), 35 (10.6%) reported a second degree member and 22 (7.8%) women evoke the notion of a history of third degree disease. The results are similar to the literature [3]. The study of risk factors, particularly those related to family and even genetic history, allows to identify women at risk and to initiate preventive action and above all to think about the establishment of an oncogenetic consultation. Keywords: breast cancer, oncogenetic, family history, EHUO, Oran
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TERKI Khadidja, Zaoui C, Rekai K, "DESCRIPTION of PERSONAL AND FAMILY HISTORY IN A POPULATION OF BREAST CANCER PATIENTS, MANAGED AT THE LEVEL OF THE MEDICAL ONCOLOGY DEPARTMENT EHUO 2014-2019", International Journal Of Creative and Innovative Research In All Studies, vol. 3, no. 2, pp. 43-45, 2020.
MLA TERKI Khadidja, Zaoui C, Rekai K "DESCRIPTION of PERSONAL AND FAMILY HISTORY IN A POPULATION OF BREAST CANCER PATIENTS, MANAGED AT THE LEVEL OF THE MEDICAL ONCOLOGY DEPARTMENT EHUO 2014-2019." International Journal Of Creative and Innovative Research In All Studies, vol 3, no. 2, 2020, pp. 43-45.
APA TERKI Khadidja, Zaoui C, Rekai K (2020). DESCRIPTION of PERSONAL AND FAMILY HISTORY IN A POPULATION OF BREAST CANCER PATIENTS, MANAGED AT THE LEVEL OF THE MEDICAL ONCOLOGY DEPARTMENT EHUO 2014-2019. International Journal Of Creative and Innovative Research In All Studies, 3(2), 43-45.
DESCRIPTION of PERSONAL AND FAMILY HISTORY IN A POPULATION OF BREAST CANCER PATIENTS, MANAGED AT THE LEVEL OF THE MEDICAL ONCOLOGY DEPARTMENT EHUO 2014-2019
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