Table 3.

Multinomial logistic regression analyses predicting mammography at follow-up with cancer-related information seeking from nonmedical and medical sources

Adherence to mammography (Once in the past 12 months vs. none)
Sources of cancer-related information seekingUnadjusted RRR (95% CI)Adjusted RRR (95% CI)
Nonmedical0.90 (0.48–1.68)1.14 (0.38–3.45)
Medical0.70 (0.29–1.70)0.40 (0.11–1.54)
Overuse of mammography (≥2 times in the past 12 months vs. none)
Unadjusted RRR (95% CI)Adjusted RRR (95% CI)
Nonmedical0.86 (0.46–1.68)0.89 (0.29–2.78)
Medical0.82 (0.33–2.01)0.50 (0.12–2.01)
Overuse of mammography (≥2 times in the past 12 months vs. once)
Unadjusted RRR (95% CI)Adjusted RRR (95% CI)
Nonmedical0.96 (0.73–1.25)0.78 (0.53–1.15)
Medical1.17 (0.81–1.68)1.24 (0.74–2.05)

NOTE. Adjusted RRRs controlled for baseline confounder variables (age, education, ethnicity, marital status, concern about recurrence, cancer stage, health status, surgery, radiation therapy, systemic therapy, following doctors' recommendations for tests, and Lerman Cancer Worry scale). RRR, relative risk ratio; 95% CI, 95% confidence interval.