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Figure 6 | BMC Cancer

Figure 6

From: NQO1 overexpression is associated with poor prognosis in squamous cell carcinoma of the uterine cervix

Figure 6

Kaplan–Meier analysis of survival rates in patients with high- or low-level NQO1 expression and with early- or late-stage cervical SCC. Disease-free survival (A) and overall survival rates (B) were assessed in patients with early-stage cervical SCC concomitant with either high- (solid, n = 44) or low-level (dashed, n = 57) NQO1 expression. Disease-free survival (C) and overall (D) survival rates were also assessed in patients with late-stage cervical SCC concomitant with high- (solid, n = 53) or low-level (dashed, n = 23) NQO1 expression.

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