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Table 4 Factors associated with the probability of being treated according to treatment guidelines for cervical cancer cases diagnosed in 1984–2008 (n = 1033)

From: Effect of changes in treatment practice on survival for cervical cancer: results from a population-based study in Manitoba, Canada

  Total no. cases Adjusted OR (95 % CI)a p-value
Histology    0.09
 SCC 854 1.00  
 Others 211 0.72 (0.50–1.05)  
Area of residence    0.77
 Urban 691 1.00  
 Rural 374 0.95 (0.69–1.32)  
Tumour stageb by time period and age at diagnosis
 IA 0–45 years* 1984–1998** 119 1.00  
   1999–2008 50 0.99 (0.49–1.99)  
  46–65 years 1984–1998 35 1.00  
   1999–2008 11 0.97 (0.40–2.37)  
  >65 years 1984–1998 13 1.00  
   1999–2008 2 0.11 (0.04–0.33)  
 IB–IIA 0–45 years 1984–1998 172 1.00  
   1999–2008 50 1.04 (0.57–1.90)  
  46–65 years 1984–1998 72 1.00  
   1999–2008 31 1.02 (0.50–2.08)  
  >65 years 1984–1998 56 1.00  
   1999–2008 19 0.11 (0.04–0.29)  
 IIB–IVA 0–45 years 1984–1998 65 1.00  
   1999–2008 57 0.28 (0.13–0.57)  
  46–65 years 1984–1998 96 1.00  
   1999–2008 72 0.27 (0.14–0.54)  
  >65 years 1984–1998 104 1.00  
   1999–2008 41 0.03 (0.01–0.08)  
  1. OR odds ratio, SCC squamous cell carcinoma/adenosquamous carcinoma
  2. *Interaction between time period and age (p < 0.0001)
  3. **Interaction between time period and tumour stage (p = 0.002)
  4. aOR was adjusted for all variables shown in this table
  5. bPatients with tumour stage IVB were not included in the analysis due to insufficient number