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Research Article

Knowledge and Awareness of Cervical Cancer among HIV-Infected Women in Ethiopia

Table 1

Sociodemographic characteristics of HIV-infected women enrolled in this study, Ethiopia, August to September 2012.

VariableNumber ()%

Age
 Below 30266.0
 30–3420747.9
 35–3912128.0
 40 and above7818.1
Educational status
 No formal education 14333.1
 Elementary16237.5
 Secondary 9622.2
 Tertiary education317.2
Marital status
 Single6414.8
 Married17139.6
 Divorced/separated10424.1
 Widowed9321.5
Occupation
 Housewife14132.6
 Business work11827.3
 Government employee5111.8
 Self-employed (daily laborer, farmer)7417.1
 Work at private organization or in small business group235.3
 Other (house servant, lives with family)255.8
Religion
 Orthodox34479.6
 Protestant4510.4
 Muslim347.9
 Other religions 92.1
Geographic location
 Health facility 1 (Addis Ababa City Administration)8018.5
 Health facility 2 (Tigray)10524.3
 Health facility 3 (Amhara) 10023.1
 Health facility 4 (Oromia) 7016.2
 Health facility 5 (Southern Nations, Nationalities, and People’s Region [SNNPR])7717.8
Residence
 Urban 36785.0
 Semiurban 286.5
 Rural 378.5
Reason that brought them to the facility
 Routine HIV/AIDS follow-up care25960.0
 To get cervical cancer screening test14132.6
 To get treatment for current illness 327.4

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