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Relative risk for total mortality in non-Hispanic black men and women<sup>a, b, c</sup>.

By Yikyung Park (122372), Patricia Hartge (64238), Steven C. Moore (122345), Cari M. Kitahara (171479), Albert R. Hollenbeck (297377) and Amy Berrington de Gonzalez (122366)

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<p>a. Subjects who did not have any prevalent cancer except non-melanoma skin cancer or heart disease at baseline b. Adjusted for age, education, marital status, smoking status, time since quitting smoking, number of cigarettes per day, physical activity, alcohol consumption, and menopausal hormone therapy use in women. Analysis of never smokers with no history of diseases at baseline was adjusted for same covariates except smoking status, time since quitting smoking, number of cigarettes per day. c. Men, 1,347 deaths in subjects with no history of disease and 288 deaths in never smokers with no history of diseases: Women, 1,262 deaths in subjects with no history of disease and 425 deaths in never smokers with no history of diseases.</p

Topics: Medicine, Biotechnology, Mathematics, non-hispanic, men
Year: 2013
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0050091.g001
OAI identifier: oai:figshare.com:article/207300
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