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:: View This Issue in Alternative Language Export Journal XML Articles RSS Volume 12, Issue 1 (Iranian Quarterly Journal of Breast Disease 2019) ::
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Iranian Quarterly Journal of Breast Disease

 Original Article
XML Development and Psychometric Evaluation of a Protection Motivation Theory–Based Scale Assessing the Adherence of Iranian Women Breast Cancer Prevention Behaviors P. 8-18
Persian Abstract Mahsa Khodayarian , Fatemeh Peyghambari , Saeid Mazloomy Mahmoodabad , Mohammad Ali Morowatisharifabad , Minoor Lamyian
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Conclusion: The present study is a pioneer in assessing the applicability of PMT for assessing the participation of Iranian women in breast cancer prevention behaviors. The developed scale has acceptable psychometric properties among Iranian women, and it can be used as a reliable instrument.

XML Effect of Interval Training on the Expression of Mesenchymal Biomarker Vimentin and Tumor Volume in Mice with Breast Cancer P. 19-28
Persian Abstract Samira Gholamian , Reza Attarzadeh Hosseini , Amir Rashidlamir , Hamid Aghaalinejad
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Conclusion: Based on the results of this study, a period of interval training (before and after tumor) may decrease tumor growth and the expression of VIM. This kind of exercise can, in addition to the preventive role, may play a role in the treatment of breast cancer.

XML Physical Activity and Breast Cancer Prevalence: A Case- Control Study in Arak, Iran (2017-2018) P. 29-38
Persian Abstract Abbas Saremi , Rahmat allah Moradzadeh , Sajad Mohammadi Bonchenari
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Conclusion: These findings suggest that lifestyle factors such as physical inactivity are risk factors associated with the incidence of premenopausal breast cancer in Arak.

XML Diagnosis of Breast Cancer Subtypes using the Selection of Effective Genes from Microarray Data P. 39-47
Persian Abstract Abolfazl Tabatabaei , Vali Derhami , Razieh Sheikhpour , Mohammad Reza Pajoohan
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Conclusion: The results of this study demonstrated that the proposed feature selection method has better performance compared with other methods. The proposed method is able to distinguish the genes involved in each cancer class and detect overexpression or underexpression of selected genes, which can be used by physicians and researchers in the field of health care.

XML Knowledge Attitude and Performance of Female Students of Medical versus Nonmedical Sciences toward Breast Self-examination P. 48-57
Persian Abstract Zahra Imani¬ Ghoghary , Mohammad Reza Zeidabadi¬Nejad , Mohadeseh Balvardi
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Conclusion: Knowledge scores of medical and nonmedical students were moderate, and attitude scores of both groups were high, although medical students’ scores were significantly higher than those of nonmedical students. Nonetheless, both groups had poor performance of breast self-examination. This indicates that efforts must be made on the part of the education system to promote awareness, attitude and performance of breast self-examination through effective and new methods.

XML The Relationship Between Social Support and Depression in Patients with Breast Cancer P. 58-66
Persian Abstract Majid Montazer , Mohammad Reza Katani , Ata Sefidmooy Azar , Nooshin Mobaraki-Asl , Abbasali Dorosti
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Conclusion: The prevalence of moderate to severe depression in the current study sample was high (63%), which is consistent with similar studies. On the other hand, women with below average depression had higher perceived social support score, and the correlation between these variables was statistically significant.
XML Psychotropic-induced Galactorrhea P. 67-69
Persian Abstract Mohammad Reza Shalbafan
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