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Table 3 Univariate and multivariate Cox’s proportional hazards model analyses of prognostic factors for progression-free and overall survival

From: A 35-gene signature discriminates between rapidly- and slowly-progressing glioblastoma multiforme and predicts survival in known subtypes of the cancer

Variable Progression-free survival Overall survival
    Univariate Multivariate    Univariate Multivariate
  n n HR p(Wald) HR p(Wald) n n HR p(Wald) HR p(Wald)
Prognostic groups1 79 79 3.41 3.00E-6 3.13 2.97E-5 269 181 1.63 1.45E-3 1.60 2.46E-3
High-risk2             
Age 79 79 1.02 4.30E-2 1.01 3.70E-1 269 181 1.04 3.50E-8 1.03 6.12E-7
MGMT methylation status 79 79 1.33 2.14E-1 1,26 3.20E-1 269 181 1.68 6.59E-4 1.52 7.35E-3
Unmethylated3             
  1. Number of events; 1high-risk and low-risk groups; 2low-risk was used as reference; 3methylated was used as reference