INFLUENCE OF CANCER FETALISM AND FAMILY SUPPORT AGAINST DELAY CERVICAL CANCER SUFFERERS SEEK TREATMENT AT THE HOSPITAL CENTER H. ADAM MALIK MEDAN, INDONESIAELISABETH SURBAKTI, BEBAS KITA BR GINTING , BETTY MANGKUJI AND SAMSIDER SITORUS
Cervical cancer is a cancer that occurs in the uterine cervix, the part of the female reproductive organ is the entrance to the uterus is located between the uterus with liang vagina. Cervical cancer cause the burden of economic, social, physical, psychological suffering even deaths related to the delay in getting treatment. At the hospital, H. Adam Malik Medan 2013 diagnosed cervical cancer sufferers 65.5% advanced stage. The purpose of the study to find out the influence of cancer fetalism and family support against cervical cancer sufferers to delay medical services at the Adam Malik hospital by 2015. Cross sectional design research. Sample research women's cervical cancer sufferers are diagnosed through examination of the histopatologik stadium He-IVb and meets the criteria for inclusion and exclusion (n = 169). The results showed that the respondents came to the Ministry of health has already advanced stage (67.5%). There is the influence of cancer fatalism, and support families against delays in seeking treatment to healthcare p < 0.05. The delay of the sufferer to the health service needs to do: minimize the beliefs of fatalism, motivating families provide support, increase public awareness through Educational Information Communications not only on those who have a family history of cancer but also potential suffering from cervical cancer. Optimize your cervical cancer prevention efforts, so that the community does not come at an advanced stage, early detection through Visual inspection of acetic acid test (IVA) or early screening, health promotion designed to increase the awareness of concern and the importance of cervical cancer screening that involves public figures, religious and Social Institutions of society.
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