Breast cancer risk perceptions of the women were assessed by a numeric and verbal measures.
Breast cancer risk assessment tool.
Finally, there may have been some information bias in terms of the risk perception and worry levels because these variables were measured using self-reported questionnaires.
To our knowledge, this is one of few studies which investigated the risk perception of Turkish women, and factors that can have effect on the perception of risk.
In different study populations, the percentage of first-degree relative with breast cancer changes between 2.