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Table 3 Odds ratio estimates for physical activity trajectories across life-course and pancreatic cancer risk among Cases and Controls from Ontario, Canada stratified by sex

From: Trajectories of physical activity, from young adulthood to older adulthood, and pancreatic cancer risk; a population-based case-control study in Ontario, Canada

Age-specific physical activity trajectoriesMalesFemales
Cases
N = 162%
Controls
N = 666%
ORa (95% CI)ORb (95% CI)Cases
N = 153%
Controls
N = 588%
ORa (95% CI)ORb (95% CI)
Group 1: Inactive at all ages13141.001.0023181.001.00
Group 2: Low activity at all ages28281.10 (0.62, 1.95)1.38 (0.74, 2.57)40380.83 (0.51, 1.33)0.94 (0.55, 1.64)
Group 3: High activity in young adulthood with slight decrease in older adulthood27271.10 (0.61, 1.96)1.35 (0.72. 2.51)12150.53 (0.27, 1.03)0.57 (0.27, 1.21)
Group 4: Increasingly active531.99 (0.76, 5.20)2.53 (0.89, 7.20)570.54 (0.22, 1.34)0.62 (0.24, 1.61)
Group 5: High activity in young adulthood with substantial decrease in older adulthood14200.78 (0.41, 1.51)0.90 (0.45, 1.81)14180.68 (0.37, 1.25)0.71 (0.35, 1.41)
Group 6: Persistent high activity1391.57 (0.78, 3.17)1.78 (0.83, 3.80)751.01 (0.46, 2.25)1.24 (0.51, 3.04)
  1. a. Age group adjusted OR
  2. b. Age group, alcohol consumption, smoking, vegetable consumption, fruit consumption, red meat consumption, family history of pancreatic cancer, race, education adjusted OR