Living Conditions and Breast Cancer
Our secondary objectives include:
- To study the link between cancer stage at diagnosis and diverse parameters describing
- To construct a new score for social fragility based on new data collected in this
study, and to compare this score with the EPICES score
- To study patient quality of life at study baseline
Observational Model: Case Control, Time Perspective: Cross-Sectional
The odds ratio for having a stage I-II diagnosis versus a stage III-IV diagnosis according to EPICE score category (social fragility versus no social fragility).
The main criterion is the estimation of the link (odds ratio) between the precariousness defined by the score SPICE (2 groups: precarious and insecure) and stage at diagnosis (2 groups: CAS: stages 1 or 2 the "good prognosis "versus the witnesses: stage 3 or 4 bad prognosis).
Baseline (Day 0; cross-sectional study)
Jean Pierre Daurès, MD PhD
Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Nîmes
France: Committee for the Protection of Personnes