The association between smoking status and mammography was examined for women aged 40 to 75 (n = 2902), who were recruited through a statewide random digit dial survey.
Controlling for income, education, age, marital status, ethnicity, and self-rated health, logistic regression showed that current smokers were less likely to be screened on each of three indicators of mammography status.
Less than a high school education, income less than $20,000, marital status, and age also showed associations with screening.
Having a recent medical visit was important for screening specifically among the women who smoked (n = 851).
Mots-clés Pascal : Consommation, Tabac, Niveau étude, Statut socioéconomique, Statut conjugal, Age, Mammographie, Exploration, Dépistage, Tumeur maligne, Enquête, Adulte, Vieillard, Femelle, Homme
Mots-clés Pascal anglais : Consumption, Tobacco, Study level, Socioeconomic status, Marital status, Age, Mammography, Exploration, Medical screening, Malignant tumor, Inquiry, Adult, Elderly, Female, Human
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