The study aimed to determine the level of awareness on cervical cancer of the selected females of Brgy. Lecheria, Calamba City, Laguna. It also aimed to determine if there are significant differences on their awareness when they are grouped according to age, educational attainment, economic status, and religion.
This study utilized the descriptive method. The study was comprised of 50 respondents divided equally into two age groups: 15 to 19 and 50 to 54. They were all given questionnaires to determine their level of awareness on cervical cancer. Results were analyzed using t-test, relative frequency, weighted mean, standard deviation, and analysis of variance.
Results showed that females with the age of 15, 16, 17, 50, 53, and 54 were moderately unaware on cervical cancer while females with the age of 18, 19, and 51 were moderately aware. A significant difference occurs when the respondents were grouped according to age and educational attainment.