Background: Breast Cancer is a commonest malignancy and is the second most cause of cancer related deaths among female. The knowledge of its risk and protective factors is important to the adoption of primary prevention strategies. Occurrence of breast cancer is related to genetic as well as cultural, environmental and life-style factors. Variations in diversity of these factors among different ethnic groups and geographical areas emphasize the immense need for studies in all racial-ethnic populations.
Zaria Rahim (2017); Breast Cancer and its Associated Factors among Women Visiting Oncology & Surgery OPD and Ward of JHL;
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