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Quality of life, fertility concerns, and behavioral health outcomes in younger breast cancer survivors: A systematic review. However, all of the studies are from the USA and it is unclear how generalisable these results are to LB women in other countries because of differences in modifiable risk factors such as obesity rates and use of alcohol in different countries. This is because the first three studies compared lesbian survey results to the full national survey results whereas the second two studies had sexual orientation measured within national surveys so could compare within the survey itself. Based on these theoretical approaches, we propose that observed differences in coping with breast cancer—in which lesbian-identified women respond with more active adaptive coping strategies—result, in part, from differences in two life course factors: parenthood and higher education.

So far, the information we have on breast cancer in lesbians has been both limited and contradictory. Other ethnic, geographic and racial groups have been able to use the data gleaned from these statistics to develop programs to erode the health disparities they face. There were eleven relevant papers, which have been split into three parts – risk models, incidence model and risk factor estimates. g., targeted community outreach and respondent referrals), which provided an overall sample of 438 breast cancer survivors in this parent study.

These differences were moderated by age at diagnosis, with differences in anxious preoccupation and cognitive avoidance greater among women diagnosed with breast cancer before 45 years of age. As the proportion of LB women in the population is likely to be around 5-7%, increased rates of breast cancer may affect large numbers of LB women. Six risk-factor estimates suggested higher risk and one no difference between LB and heterosexual women. than heterosexual women, and were more likely to have mastectomy without reconstructive surgery (33. Similarly, income and education were significantly associated with cognitive avoidance and sexual identity; however, income and college education (one of the mediators) were strongly correlated; so only education was included in multivariate analyses.

A related, but distinct proposition is that differences in socioeconomic status (SES) may account for differences in coping between lesbian and heterosexual women.The lesbian participants were recruited mostly via self-administered questionnaires in cross-sectional surveys but one was an audit of medical records. Prevalence of polycystic ovaries and polycystic ovary syndrome in lesbian women compared with heterosexual women. Bryn Austin S, Pazaris MJ, Rosner B, Bowen D, Rich-Edwards J, Spiegelman D: Application of the rosner-colditz risk prediction model to estimate sexual orientation group disparities in breast cancer risk in a US cohort of premenstrual women.

Current theoretical frameworks, like the minority stress model, suggest that sexual minority cancer survivors would suffer additional burdens because of their stigmatized identity. Probit regression coefficients were used to estimate the associations between sexual identity and the binary mediators ( e. We propose that life course factors drive the observed differences in coping between sexual minority, particularly lesbian-identified women, and heterosexual women.

Census 2000 results for two questions (female sex of each household member and unmarried partner) which were linked to find same sex female partner households. Roberts SJ, Patsdaughter CA, Grindel CG, Tarmina MS: Health related behaviors and cancer screening of lesbians: results of the boston lesbian health project II. This model then needs to be validated in a second population to ensure that it has reasonably good predictive properties.

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