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Table 3 Women’s desire to know their 10-year risk of developing breast, ovarian, cervical, and endometrial cancer

From: Women’s perception, attitudes, and intended behavior towards predictive epigenetic risk testing for female cancers in 5 European countries: a cross-sectional online survey

  Percentage of responders who said they want to know the cancer risk (95% CI)
Want to know their risk for … All Countries
N = 1675
Czech Republic
n = 356
Germany
n = 335
United Kingdom
n = 323
Italy
n = 338
Sweden
n = 323
p-value*
Breast cancer 71.7 (69.5, 73.8) 65.2 (60.0, 70.1) 58.2 (52.7, 63.5) 76.8 (71.8, 81.3) 83.4 (79.0, 87.2) 75.5 (70.5, 80.1) <.001
Ovarian cancer 66.6 (64.3, 68.9) 57.6 (52.3, 62.8) 52.8 (47.3, 58.3) 71.5 (66.3, 76.4) 80.8 (76.2, 84.8) 71.2 (65.9, 76.1) <.001
Cervical cancer 65.7 (63.3, 67.9) 58.1 (52.8, 63.3) 50.7 (45.3, 56.2) 70.0 (64.6, 74.9) 80.5 (75.8, 84.6) 69.7 (64.3, 74.6) <.001
Endometrial cancer 65.0 (62.7, 67.3) 55.6 (50.3, 60.9) 51.0 (45.6, 56.5) 68.7 (63.4, 73.7) 80.2 (75.5, 84.3) 70.3 (65.0, 75.2) <.001
  1. *p-values derived from Chi-Square analysis