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Table 2 Uptake, retention and weight loss within the BCPP and MDPP groups across breast cancer risk categories

From: Testing a breast cancer prevention and a multiple disease prevention weight loss programme amongst women within the UK NHS breast screening programme—a randomised feasibility study

  BCPP MDPP
10-year risk of breast cancer Invited, n Uptake, n (%) Retention at 12 months, n (%) Weight loss, %a % Losing ≥ 5% weight, n (%) Invited, n Uptake, n (%) Retention at 12 months, n (%) Weight loss, kga % Losing ≥ 5% weight, n (%)
Low (< 2%) 206 8 (3.9) 3 (37.5) −4.2 (−9.7 to +1.3) 2 (25) 354 20 (5.6) 12 (60) −6.8 (−10.6 to −3.0) 10 (50.0)
Average (< 5 to > 2%) 171 17 (9.9) 13 (76.5) −7.0 (−11.1 to −3.0) 10 (58.8) 267 21 (7.9%) 16 (76) −7.1 (−10.1 to −4.2) 12 (57.1)
Above average (≥ 5-< 8%) 59 10 (16.9) 9 (90.0) −9.3 (−15.0 to −3.6) 6 (60) 127 20 (16) 11 (55) −7.3 (−11.1 to −3.4) 11 (55.0)
High (≥ 8%) 72 10 (13.9) 8 (80.0) −9.6 (−14.6 to −4.5) 8 (80) 100 20 (20) 14 (70) −8.4 (−12.4 to −4.4) 13 (65.0)
Total/average 1356 45 (8.9) 33 (73.3) −7.6 (−9.8 to −5.4) 26 (58) 738 81 (9.6) 53 (65.4) −7.4 (−9.1 to −5.7) 46 (56.8)
  1. aMean (95% confidence interval) baseline carried forward percentage weight loss at 12 months