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Table 2 Age-adjusted hazard ratios (95% confidence interval) for cancer mortality comparing manual versus non-manual social classes in a cohort of British men followed-up for 35 years

From: Time trends in socioeconomic inequalities in cancer mortality: results from a 35 year prospective study in British men

Age (years) 0-10 years 1978-80 to 1988-90 10-20 years 1988-90 to 1998-2000 20-35 years 1998-2000 to 2008-2013
40-49    
  N 3515   
  All-cancer mortality 1.11 (0.64, 1.93)   
  Smoking-related cancer mortality 1.32 (0.55, 3.14)   
  Non-smoking-related cancer mortality 0.98 (0.48, 2.02)   
50-59    
  N 3764 3364  
  All-cancer mortality 1.62 (1.17, 2.24) 1.65 (1.14, 2.40)  
  Smoking-related cancer mortality 1.83 (1.18, 2.83) 1.58 (0.96, 2.61)  
  Non-smoking-related cancer mortality 1.40 (0.87, 2.25) 1.74 (0.99, 3.04)  
60-69    
  N   3227 3027
  All-cancer mortality   1.39 (1.10, 1.75) 1.27 (1.04, 1.55)
  Smoking-related cancer mortality   1.61 (1.17, 2.21) 1.21 (0.89, 1.63)
  Non-smoking-related cancer mortality   1.16 (0.83, 1.63) 1.32 (1.01, 1.73)
70-79    
  N    2315
  All-cancer mortality    1.23 (1.01, 1.51)
  Smoking-related cancer mortality    1.73 (1.25, 2.38)
  Non-smoking-related cancer mortality    0.98 (0.75, 1.29)
Overall (all ages)    
  All-cancer mortality 1.48 (1.12, 1.95) 1.44 (1.19, 1.75) 1.26 (1.10, 1.46)
  Smoking-related cancer mortality 1.72 (1.16, 2.54) 1.56 (1.20, 2.03) 1.44 (1.16, 1.78)
  Non-smoking-related cancer mortality 1.26 (0.85, 1.86) 1.30 (0.98, 1.74) 1.14 (0.95, 1.38)