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Table 4 Results from logistic regression models for the association between the number of chronic health conditions and current depression among 8438 women with breast cancer in UK Biobank (full results from Model 2)

From: Associations between multimorbidity and depression among breast cancer survivors within the UK Biobank cohort: a cross-sectional study

  Odds Ratio 95% Confidence Interval P-value
Number of chronic health conditions 0 (Ref = 0)
 1 1.42 1.09–1.85 0.009
 2 2.09 1.56–2.79 < 0.001
 3 3.01 2.12–4.27 < 0.001
 4 5.48 3.57–8.42 < 0.001
 5+ 6.06 3.63–10.14 < 0.001
Age group (Ref = 40–44)
 45–49 1.06 0.60–1.88 0.834
 50–54 0.83 0.49–1.43 0.508
 55–59 0.58 0.34–1.00 0.048
 60–64 0.40 0.24–0.68 0.001
 65–70 0.28 0.16–0.48 < 0.001
Ethnicity (Ref = white)
 Non-white 2.90 1.99–4.24 < 0.001
Education level (Ref = degree level)
 Non-degree 1.33 1.06–1.67 0.014
Socioeconomic deprivation quartile (Ref = 1, most advantaged)
 2 1.04 0.77–1.41 0.813
 3 1.05 0.78–1.42 0.752
 4 (least advantaged) 1.77 1.33–2.35 < 0.001
Marital status (Ref = living with spouse/partner)
 Not living with spouse/partner 1.36 1.11–1.67 0.003
Diagnosed with cancer more than once (Ref = no)
 Yes 1.10 0.88–1.38 0.405
Number of years since original cancer diagnosis (Ref = 1–3 years)
 Less than 1 year 1.28 0.84–1.95 0.249
 3–5 0.95 0.68–1.34 0.787
 5+ 0.92 0.70–1.20 0.533