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Fig. 1 | BMC Cancer

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From: Prognostic value of quality of life score in disease-free survivors of surgically-treated lung cancer

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Survival graph by among Lung Cancer Patients. Abbreviations: CI, Confidence Interval; Reference was the non-problematic group. a The hazard ratio was multivariable-adjusted for age at diagnosis, sex, cancer stage, BMI after surgery, dyspnea, personal strength, and anxiety. The problematic group for physical functioning was defined as one with a health related quality of life (HRQOL) score of 33or less. b The hazard ratio was multivariable-adjusted for age at diagnosis, sex, cancer stage, BMI after surgery, physical functioning, personal strength, and anxiety. The problematic group for dyspnea was defined as one with a symptom scale score of 66 or higher. c The hazard ratio was multivariable-adjusted for age at diagnosis, sex, cancer stage, BMI after surgery, physical functioning, dyspnea, and anxiety. The problematic group for personal strength was defined as one with a PTGI factor of 15 or less. d The hazard ratio was multivariable-adjusted for age at diagnosis, sex, cancer stage, BMI after surgery, physical functioning, dyspnea, and personal strength. The problematic group for Anxiety was defined as one with a HADS of 8 or higher

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