- Mitglied seit
- 10. August 2017
- An der Ostsee
Das widerspricht meiner Aussage doch aber gar nicht, sondern bestätigt sie?Das wäre doch jetzt mal was für den Faktencheck
"Controls were female cats not diagnosed with mammary tumors selected
from the same biopsy service population. Controls were frequency matched to cases by age and year of diagnosis. Questionnaires
were sent to veterinarians for 308 cases and 400 controls. The overall questionnaire response rate was 58%. Intact cats were
signiﬁcantly overrepresented (odds ratio [OR] 2.7, conﬁdence interval [CI] 5 1.4–5.3, P , .001) in the mammary carcinoma
population. Cats spayed prior to 6 months of age had a 91% reduction in the risk of mammary carcinoma development compared
with intact cats (OR 0.9, CI 5 0.03–0.24). Those spayed prior to 1 year had an 86% reduction in risk (OR 0.14, CI 5 0.06–0.34).
Parity did not affect feline mammary carcinoma development, and too few cats had progestin exposure to determine association
with mammary carcinoma. Results indicate that cats spayed before 1 year of age are at signiﬁcantly decreased risk of feline
mammary carcinoma development.