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Table 1 Basic demographic data and treatment modality

From: Contemporary treatment patterns and survival of cervical cancer patients in Ethiopia

  N (%)
Marital status
 Married 222 (92%)
 Divorced 6 (2%)
 Widowed 14 (6%)
Histology
 Adeno-squamous 2 (1%)
 Adenocarcinoma 7 (3%)
 Squamous Cell Carcinoma 233 (96%)
Comorbidity
 Hypertension 14 (6%)
 HIV 24 (10%)
 Diabetes mellites 3 (1%)
 Breast cancer 1 (< 1%)
Address
 Oromia 84 (35%)
 Addis Ababa 61 (25%)
 Amhara 63 (26%)
 SNNPR 18 (7%)
 Tigray 14 (6%)
 Somali 2 (1%)
 Prior surgery 26 (11%)
 Prior Chemo 7 (3%)
Stage at First Oncol. Consult.
 I/IIa 82 (34%)
 III 108 (45%)
 IV 52 (21%)
Stage at Start RT
 I/IIb 64 (26%)
 III 122 (50%)
 IV 56 (23%)
 Stage migration 31 (13%)
 Concurrent chemo 34 (14%)
Intent of RT
 Curative 151 (62%)
 Palliative 91 (38%)
  1. aAmong 82 patients with stage I/II, 75 (91%) patients was FIGO stage IIB, 5 (6%) was stage IIA and 2 (3%) was stage IB
  2. bAmong 64 patients with stage I/II, 61 (95%) patients was FIGO stage IIB, 2 (3%) were stage IB and 1 (2%) was stage IIA