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Table 1 Results of the analysis of 936 French colon cancer patients: Adjusted Hazard Ratios for covariates sex, age and stage of cancer at diagnosis associated with the events local recurrence, distant metastasis and excess death, with the 95% confidence interval.

From: Competing risk models to estimate the excess mortality and the first recurrent-event hazards

Type of event and Covariate Adjusted Hazard Ratio with 95% confidence interval p-value for a 2-tailed Wald test
Local recurrence   
   Man 1  
   Woman# 0.71 [ 0.53; 0.94 ] 0.02
   Age# 1.00 [ 0.99; 1.01 ] 0.55
   Stage I 1  
   Stage II# 3.50 [ 2.11; 5.80 ] < 0.01
   Stage III# 7.36 [ 4.50; 12.05 ] < 0.01
Distant metastasis   
   Man 1  
   Woman# 0.71 [ 0.53; 0.94 ] 0.02
   Age# 1.00 [ 0.99; 1.01 ] 0.55
   Stage I 1  
   Stage II# 3.50 [ 2.11; 5.80 ] < 0.01
   Stage III# 7.36 [ 4.50; 12.05 ] < 0.01
Excess death   
   Man 1  
   Woman 0.77 [ 0.42; 1.42 ] 0.74
   Age 1.12 [ 1.09; 1.16 ] < 0.01
   Stage I 1  
   Stage II 1.48 [ 0.73; 2.98 ] 0.05
   Stage III 2.76 [ 1.39; 5.48 ] 0.02
  1. # The same effect was estimated on local recurrence event and distant metastasis event.