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Table 3 Cohort effect points of change on upper gastrointestinal tract cancer mortality by sex, Spain 1952–2006

From: Trends in oral cavity, pharyngeal, oesophageal and gastric cancer mortality rates in Spain, 1952–2006: an age-period-cohort analysis

Tumour Changes in cohort effect†
Birth year Birth year Birth year
(95% CI) (95% CI) (95% CI)
Oral cavity & pharynx    
    Men 1910.9 (1908.4 - 1913.4) 1956.8 (1955.1 - 1958.5)  
    Women 1921.3 (1916.3 - 1926.4) 1964.2 (1962.5 – 1966.0)  
Oesophagus    
    Men 1919.2 (1915.3 - 1923.2) 1950.8 (1947.9 - 1953.6)  
    Women 1897.3 (1888.5 - 1906.2) 1929.9 (1922.8 - 1937.0) 1959.3 (1956.2 - 1962.3)
Stomach    
    Men 1889.0 (1886.1 - 1891.9) 1940.0 (1931.9 – 1948.0) 1954.9 (1950.5 - 1959.4)
    Women 1889.5 (1884.7 - 1894.3) 1938.6 (1932.2 - 1945.0) 1956.5 (1946.5 - 1966.6)
  1. Year of birth with significant trend change as obtained from the segmented regression analysis of cohort curvatures from the three-factor model.