Cervical canceris influencedby severalfactorsincludingtherisk offirst sexualactivity, age,
parity, smoking, use ofcontraception. Cervicalcancer casesin hospitalsProf. Dr.
MargonoSoekarjoPurwokertoIn 2011as many as273 women.To determine the relationshipof
risk factorsof cervical cancerin women withcervicalcancer incidencein hospitalsProf. Dr.
MargonoSoekarjoNavanin 2011.
The research method isdescriptivecorrelationwithretrospective approachusingsecondary
datawith thepopulation ofwomen suffering fromcervical canceras many as273women, using
asampling techniquequatasamplingwith a sample of100 women. The instrument usedwasa
checklist. Analysis usingkendall'stautestandlinearregression.
The results showedthe classification ofmostcervicalcancerhadstage III cancerby
48respondents(48%), there is a relationshipbetween theage oftheincidenceof cervicalcancer
isthe value ofP=0.001 (P <0.05). There was no associationbetweenparitywith the incidence
ofcervicalcancer isthe value ofP=0.539(P>0.05). No associationwithcontraceptivecervical
cancerP =0.064(P>0.05). Based onmultiple linear regression analysiswith the resultsof
age(p=0.001), parityfactor(p=0.740), and afactor ofcontraception(p=0.065), indicating the
age factoristhe mostdominantfactoraffectingcervical cancer.
From theresults of the studyshowed thatthe risk factorsof agehave the most impacton the
incidence ofcervical cancerin women.

Keywords: riskfactors, women cervical cancer.