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    The prevalence of breast cancer is compared in two groups of women based on parity. The following data are obtained at age 70 in both groups:
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    Based on these data, what is the relative risk (risk ratio) for development of breast cancer in childless women compared with women who have children?

    A) 0.67

    B) 1.2

    C) 1.5

    D) 1.8

    E) 2.25

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    I cannot see the attachment, How do I see it?

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    Answer is E. In relative risk you have to divide, so it goes like, risk for childless women (180 / 1000) divided by women with childs (120/ 1500) for a result of 2.25
    So childless women have 2.25 greater chance than women with child to have breast Cancer.
    Can someone verify this???

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    help

    I have signed in, but i can not see, please help

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    Re: help

    Quote Originally Posted by phuluong2k
    I have signed in, but i can not see, please help
    Hi PhuLuong,

    You should be able to see now. Thank you for asking.

    HN

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    What is the answer. I am itching to know.

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    does anyone have the correct answer? i think it is also 2.25.thanks!

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    behavioural sc.

    i amno not able to see these pictures despite the fact that i had already logged in.


    please roxy or someone else let me know how to see the pictures.



    nkeoma

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    hi guys i think it is E

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