Abstract

Cervical cancer is the growth of a group of abnormal cells in the cervix (mouth of the womb).
According to WHO (2015), an estimated 9 million people who died of cancer. Cervical cancer from
developing countries amounted to 1.064 million cases, incidence rates in developing countries are
still relatively high (MOH 2010). Central Java province in 2012 as many as 2,259 cases (19.92%)
of the total number of 11 341 cancer cases. The number of cases of reproductive disorders inpatient
hospital treatment Prof. Dr. Margono Soekarjo Purwokerto in the year 2015 as many as 28 695
cases with 757 cases of cervical cancer. Risk factors for cervical cancer include HPV infection, the
number of sexual partners, sexual activity the first time, age, frequency of pregnancy, smoking, use
of the pill kontrasepai, immune, race. The purpose of this study is to look at the factors associated
with the incidence of cervical cancer. This research was conducted using the method of correlation
analysis. Bivariate analysis using person correlation analysis. The population is all cervical cancer
patients in RS Margono Soekarjo 2015. The sample is taken by quota sampling of 100 patients.
Statistical test results, the age factor obtained P value of 0.001, the parity factor values obtained
Sig. (2-tiled) of 0.539, and contraceptive history factor values obtained Sig. (2-tiled) amounted to
0,064.
Keywords: Factors, Cervical Cancer