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Table 3 Socio-economic status and 2-year survival for head and neck cancers

From: The relationship between survival and socio-economic status for head and neck cancer in Canada

  Oropharyngeal Oral cavity Naso/hypo/laryngeal
  n = 7022 n = 8541 n = 14665
  OR p-value 95% CI OR p-value 95% CI OR p-value 95% CI
Male 0.743 0.000 (0.669-0.826) 0.707 0.000 (0.631-0.792) 1.007 0.860 (0.928-1.094)
CY 1991 1.000    1.000    1.000   
CY 1996 1.025 0.750 (0.879-1.197) 1.054 0.443 (0.922-1.205) 0.958 0.439 (0.860-1.068)
CY 2001 1.147 0.133 (0.959-1.372) 1.002 0.981 (0.856-1.172) 1.009 0.902 (0.876-1.161)
Age at diagnosis 0.952 0.000 (0.948-0.957) 0.963 0.000 (0.959-0.966) 0.969 0.000 (0.966-0.972)
Smoking Rate 0.759 0.001 (0.645-0.892) 0.851 0.015 (0.747-0.970) 0.941 0.326 (0.833-1.063)
Highest InQ 1.000    1.000    1.000   
2nd InQ 0.826 0.087 (0.664-1.028) 0.892 0.271 (0.728-1.093) 0.863 0.008 (0.774-0.963)
Middle InQ 0.785 0.018 (0.642-0.960) 0.885 0.137 (0.753-1.040) 0.806 0.001 (0.706-0.920)
4th InQ 0.691 0.000 (0.578-0.826) 0.793 0.007 (0.671-0.937) 0.755 0.000 (0.671-0.849)
Lowest InQ 0.620 0.000 (0.520-0.739) 0.675 0.000 (0.558-0.818) 0.626 0.000 (0.558-0.701)
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