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Table 5 Five and ten year conditional relative survival and relative excess risk of death of prostate cancer patients

From: The modified Glasgow prognostic score in prostate cancer: results from a retrospective clinical series of 744 patients

  Five year survival and excess risk of death P-value Ten year survival and excess risk of death P-value
  5-year relative survival   Relative excess risk (95%CI) 10-year relative survival Relative excess risk (95%CI)  
Modified Glasgow prognostic score       
0 83.0 (75.8-89.5) 1   81.7 (65.6-94.2) 1  
1 64.1 (55.7-72.0) 1.66 (1.12-2.46) 0.012 43.2 (32.0-55.5) 1.75 (1.21-2.53) 0.003
2 56.9 (35.6-77.3) 2.43 (1.23-4.79) 0.011 38.8 (16.6-67.0) 2.42 (1.29-4.58) 0.006
  1. Estimates adjusted for age, Gleason score, socioeconomic circumstances, PSA and inpatient bed days. Survival and risk estimates taken after excluding the deaths in first 12 months following the diagnosis.
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