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Table 3 Attributable direct public health care procedures and costs for postmenopausal breast cancer by increasing physical activity in Brazil, 2015–2017a

From: Economic burden of colorectal and breast cancers attributable to lack of physical activity in Brazil

   TMRE (≥8000 MET-min/week) PA guidelines (≥600 MET-min/week)
Procedures, sex Total Attributable Attributable
Number of Procedures Costs (R$) PPP Number of Procedures Costs (R$) PPP Number of Procedures Costs (R$) PPP
Hospitalization
 Both 39,684 82,465,568 39,244,401 4717 9,793,987 4,660,844 687 1,420,173 675,844
 Men NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA
 Women 39,684 82,465,568 39,244,401 4717 9,793,987 4,660,844 687 1,420,173 675,844
Chemotherapy
 Both 1,116,395 327,324,128 155,769,731 132,562 38,885,592 18,505,199 19,230 5,647,669 2,687,660
 Men NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA
 Women 1,116,395 327,324,128 155,769,731 132,562 38,885,592 18,505,199 19,230 5,647,669 2,687,660
Radiotherapy
 Both 43,979 65,757,072 31,293,023 5223 7,808,938 3,716,182 758 1,133,530 539,433
 Men NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA
 Women 43,979 65,757,072 31,293,023 5223 7,808,938 3,716,182 758 1,133,530 539,433
Total 1,200,058 475,546,768 226,307,155 142,501 56,488,517 26,882,225 20,675 8,201,371 3,902,937
  1. PPP Purchasing power parity in 2015–2017 (conversion factor 2.10); Post-menopausal breast cancer was defined as procedures and costs related to ICD C50 in women aged ≥50 years. TMRE theoretical minimum risk exposure level scenario (population reaching ≥8000 MET-min/week); PA guidelines population reaching at least 600 MET-min/week. aAverage of costs in 2015–2017