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Table 3 Probabilities of Surviving Five Years Among Three Cohorts of Colorectal Cancer Patients

From: Time dependent ethnic convergence in colorectal cancer survival in hawaii

COHORT ETHNICITY CAUSE OF DEATH
   Colorectal Cancer Other
1 1960–1974 Japanese .68 (.65 – .71) .79 (.77 – .82)
  Caucasian .68 (.64 – .71) .71 (.67 – .74)
  Chinese .61 (.54 – .69) .76 (.71 – .83)
  Filipino .47 (.41 – .55) .69 (.62 – .76)
  Hawaiian .48 (.39 – .59) .67 (.58 – .76)
2 1975–1987 Japanese .70 (.68 – .72) .86 (.84 – .88)
  Caucasian .74 (.72 – .77) .77 (.75 – .80)
  Chinese .73 (.69 – .78) .84 (.81 – .88)
  Filipino .66 (.62 – .70) .77 (.74 – .81)
  Hawaiian .67 (.62 – .72) .83 (.80 – .87)
3 1988–2000 Japanese .82 (.81 – .84) .81 (.79 – .83)
  Caucasian .82 (.80 – .84) .75 (.73 – .78)
  Chinese .82 (.79 – .86) .79 (.75 – .83)
  Filipino .81 (.78 – .84) .76 (.72 – .80)
  Hawaiian .73 (.69 – .77) .79 (.75 – .83)
  1. Notes. Probabilities (with 95% confidence intervals) of surviving five years among three cohorts of colorectal cancer patients by ethnicity and cause of death are provided. Values reflect the estimates controlling for the effects of SEER stage at diagnosis, year of diagnosis, age, and sex.