Breast Cancer Mortality Trends

Breast Cancer Mortality Trends

About this project


This project was my very first attempt at data analysis. Breast cancer is a significant global health issue, with a high number of cases worldwide. Ensuring data quality and consistency is crucial for reliable analysis. This project aimed to observe indicators influencing mortality in breast cancer patients across different parts of the world.

Exploratory Data Analysis

Age Group Analysis

The analysis revealed that the age group most affected by breast cancer mortality was predominantly between 45-60 years.

Survival Periods

The highest survival rates were observed between 48-96 months (4-8 years). This timeframe is critical for assessing treatment efficacy and patient outcomes.

Marital Status Impact

A higher percentage of survivors were found among married individuals, suggesting a potential correlation between social support (marital status) and increased survival rates.


The findings from this project provide valuable insights into age-specific trends, survival periods, and the impact of marital status on breast cancer outcomes.


Based on the analysis, the following recommendations are proposed:

  1. Focused Intervention for 45-60 Age Group: Implement targeted awareness and screening programs for individuals aged 45-60 to improve early detection and treatment outcomes.
  2. Long-Term Monitoring and Support: Emphasize continuous monitoring and support for patients during the critical 4-8 year period post-diagnosis to ensure optimal care and management.
  3. Social Support Programs: Develop programs that enhance social support, recognizing the positive impact of marriage on survival rates. These programs can provide emotional and practical support to patients.

Lessons Learned

This project highlighted several important lessons:

  1. Age-Centric Approach: Tailoring interventions based on age groups is crucial for effective healthcare strategies. Different age groups may require specific interventions and support.
  2. Temporal Considerations: Specific timeframes, such as the 4-8 year period, play a significant role in understanding cancer survival dynamics. Healthcare professionals should consider these timeframes when assessing treatment efficacy and patient outcomes.
  3. Social Factors in Healthcare: Social factors, such as marital status, can influence health outcomes. This project emphasized the need for holistic healthcare approaches that address social factors alongside medical interventions.

In summary, the Breast Cancer Mortality Trends project provided valuable insights into age-specific trends, survival periods, and the impact of marital status on breast cancer outcomes. The recommendations aim to improve interventions and healthcare strategies for better patient outcomes.


  1. The project may have faced challenges in obtaining comprehensive and up-to-date data on breast cancer cases from certain regions, potentially impacting the overall analysis and conclusions.

  2. The project's findings and recommendations may not fully account for the diverse healthcare landscapes and disparities in access to care across different regions and countries.

  3. The project may not have accounted for all potential variables influencing breast cancer mortality.


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