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Year : 2019  |  Volume : 24  |  Issue : 1  |  Page : 9

Impaired fasting glucose in breast cancer survivors of a general hospital at Mexico City: A case series study


Department of Surgery, Faculty of Medicine, Hospital General Tacuba, ISSSTE, National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico City, Mexico

Correspondence Address:
Dr. Carlos Manuel Ortiz-Mendoza
Department of Surgical Oncology, Hospital General Tacuba, ISSSTE, Lago Ontario #119, Col. Tacuba, CP 11410, Del. Miguel Hidalgo, Mexico City
Mexico
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Source of Support: None, Conflict of Interest: None


DOI: 10.4103/1735-1995.251196

Clinical trial registration IRCT code: 2016031225780N2

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Background: According to an Anglo-Saxon study, in breast cancer survivors, there is a high prevalence of impaired fasting glucose. Our aim was to assess the impaired fasting glucose occurring in Mexican woman survivors of breast cancer. Materials and Methods: At a general hospital in Mexico City, women with breast cancer with a surviving ≥2 years, without type 2 diabetes mellitus, were studied. The analysis included demographic and anthropometric features, time of surviving, and blood levels of lipids and glucose. Results: The sample was 119 women. Impaired fasting glucose happened in 53 (44.5%). In those with normal weight (n = 28), impaired fasting glucose occurred in 9 (32.1%); however, in overweight participants (n = 48), it developed in 22 (45.8%) and in obese participants (n = 43) in 22 (51.1%). Conclusion: Impaired fasting glucose is usual in Mexican breast cancer survivors. It is more in obese and overweight women compared to normal weight.


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