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Table 1 Respondent demographics (N = 449)

From: Gynecologic cancer survivor preferences for long-term surveillance

Age at Diagnosis < 40 years 40 (8.9%)
40–49 years 105 (23.4%)
50–59 years 187 (41.6%)
60–69 years 92 (20.5%)
≥70 years 25 (5.6%)
Primary Site of Disease Vulva/vagina 8 (1.8%)
Cervix 30 (6.7%)
Endometrial/uterine/GTN 115 (25.5%)
Ovary/fallopian tube/peritoneal 296 (66.0%)
Area of Residence Northeast/Mid-Atlantic 100 (22.2%)
South Atlantic 82 (18.3%)
South Central 45 (10.0%)
North Central 130 (29.0%)
Mountain/Pacific 82 (18.3%)
International 9 (2.2%)
Insurance Coverage Medicaid/Medicare 98 (22.2%)
PPO/HMO 319 (72.2%)
Uninsured 8 (1.8%)
Military/Other 17 (3.8%)
Physicians involved in care Gynecologic Oncologist 429 (95.5%)
Medical Oncologist 139 (31.0%)
Radiation Oncologist 94 (20.9%)
Other/unsure 86 (19.2%)
Distance to oncologist’s office ≤20 miles 240 (54.7%)
21–50 miles 127 (28.4%)
51–100 miles 41 (9.3%)
> 100 miles 31 (7.1%)
How convenient to go to oncologist’s office? Very convenient 166 (37.6%)
Slightly convenient 43 (9.7%)
Neither convenient nor inconvenient 38 (8.6%)
Slightly inconvenient 108 (24.4%)
Very inconvenient 87 (19.7%)
Which office is closer to your residence? Oncologist 37 (8.4%)
OB/GYN 109 (24.8%)
Oncologist and OB/GYN equidistant 132 (30.1%)
Don’t have OB/GYN 161 (36.7%)