International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 2, Issue 6, Part J (2016)
A study to identify risk for cervical cancer among women residing in selected rural areas of Haryana
Rimmi, Uma J Deaver and Srinivasan P
Objective: to identify the risk for cervical cancer among women residing in village Simbla, Dist. Ambala Haryana. Methods: Quantitative approach, Non experimental descriptive study was conducted on risk assessment for cervical cancer with 100 women at village Simbla, Dist Ambala Haryana. Convenient sampling technique was used and the data was collected by structured risk questionnaire with interview technique. Result: All (100%) women were at risk as they have never gone for pap test and for vaccination of cervical cancer. 60.67% didn’t use any contraceptive device and 47% women didn’t take 5 servings of fruits and vegetables per day. Conclusion: The study concluded that all the women at risk for developing cervical cancer as one or more factors are contributing in developing cervical cancer.
How to cite this article:
Rimmi, Uma J Deaver and Srinivasan P. A study to identify risk for cervical cancer among women residing in selected rural areas of Haryana. International Journal of Applied Research. 2016; 2(6): 591-593.