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Table 4 Hazard ratios for risk factors associated with mortality in colorectal cancer

From: Molecular subtyping improves prognostication of Stage 2 colorectal cancer

  HR (95% CI)PPAge,SexPAll
Age (years)60–802.3 (1.2,4.2)0.0002 0.0002
80+3.4 (1.7,6.5)   
Male 1.4 (1.0,1.9)0.0640 0.0175
Rectal 1.5 (1.0,2.1)0.05110.13410.1341
Right side 0.9 (0.7,1.3)0.59300.38810.7978
Lymph node involvement1.5 (1.1,2.1)0.01390.00460.0076
Local recurrence 2.2 (1.2,4.1)0.01870.01200.0193
Post-operative metastasis3.5 (2.4,5.0)< 0.0001< 0.0001< 0.0001
TNM Stage20.8 (0.5,1.3)0.00040.00000.0015
31.3 (0.8,2.0)   
43.0 (1.6,5.7)   
CMS21.0 (0.6,1.5)0.09490.26190.4237
31.4 (0.8,2.6)   
42.2 (1.1,4.5)   
Unclassified1.2 (0.7,2.1)   
  1. Hazard ratio (HR) with 95% confidence interval (CI) and P-value from analysis of deviance from univariate models. PAge,Sex, P-value from analysis of deviance for Cox proportional hazards model with covariates for age and gender; PAll, P-value from analysis of deviance on Cox proportional hazards model including all covariates; TNM, tumour-node-metastasis; CMS, consensus molecular subtype