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Research Title Association of Ethnicity and Number of Carcinogenic Foods Consumption in Patients with Nasopharyngeal and Oral Cancer in Dental Clinic RSCM Jakarta Between 2006-2009
Focus Others (-)
Investigator Chandni Sheila
NIM 0806472080
Adviser Endah Ayu Triwulandari
Category Epidemiology
Research Date (Start Date) 05 Januari 2009
Exam Date 18 Juli 2013
Keywords carcinogenic foods; ethnicity; nasopharyngeal cancer; oral cancer
Abstract

Nasopharyngeal and Oral Cancer is one of the most common type of cancer which causes high number of deaths in Indonesia, one of it was in the Cipto Marungokusumo Hospital (RSCM) DKI Jakarta. In this study we want to know the ethnicity and number of carcinogenic foods consumption in patients with nasopharyngeal and oral cancer in dental clinic rscm jakarta between 2006-2009. Data collection of patient with oral and nasopharyngeal cancer was conducted from RSCM database in 2009. The data was inputted to the computer, analysed using SPSS 21 program, and presented in table to be described or analysed. There is no significant difference of ethnicity between NPC and Non NPC (p=0,087). There is no significant difference of ethnicity between OC and Non OC (p=0,087). There is no difference in number of carcinogenic food consumption between nasopharyngeal cancer and non NPC (p=0,077). There is no difference in number of carcinogenic food consumption between OC and non OC (p=0,077). To conclude, there are no differences of ethnicity and number of carcinogenic food consumption in oral and nasopharyngeal cancer.