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Breast cancer in women and the relationship of disease to blood groups

Author: DR.ABEER ABDULQADER, MR(S).BUSHRA ISMAIL IBRAHIM, MR(S).MOHAMMED ABD AIRZAQ JABR
Abstract: Previous studies suggest a possible association between ABO blood group and the risk of breast cancer. The aim of this study is to investigate the presence of a possible association between breast cancer and blood groups ABO and Rh. According to the obtained results from this study, there was no relative frequency in specific blood group for these three types of cancer and the blood type could not be influenced as a risk factor in breast cancer. Based on these studies there is a controversies in the role of ABO/Rh blood groups in breast cancer. According to the obtained results from this study and the other like, [12] study, there was no relative frequency in specific blood group for these three types of cancer and the blood type could not be influenced as a risk factor in outbreak of breast cancer or outbreak of a specific type of cancer. ABO/Rh blood group couldn’t be used as a prognostic factor in breast malignancy patients. However, further studies with larger number of patients are needed to exactly establish the role of ABO/Rh blood groups as a prognostic factor in breast cancer patients.
Keyword: ABO
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2019.11.03.105
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