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Table 3 Factors associated with cancer-related identities in multiple logistic regression analysis

From: Diversity of cancer-related identities in long-term prostate cancer survivors after radical prostatectomy

  Someone who has had cancer
OR [95% CI]
Patient
OR [95% CI]
Cancer survivor
OR [95% CI]
Cancer conqueror
OR [95% CI]
Victim
OR [95% CI]
Age at survey (years) [ref: ≤70]
  > 70 ≤ 80 1.47 [0.98–2.22]
  > 80 2.11 [1.39–3.20]
Educational level [ref: primary, sec. low]     
 Secondary intermediate 1.37 [1.07–1.76]
 Secondary high 1.16 [0.87–1.54]
 Tertiary 1.34 [1.09–1.65]
Family history of PCa [ref: no]
 yes 1.20 [1.00–1.43]
Biochemical recurrence during FU [ref: no]
 yes 0.56 [0.46–0.68] 1.97 [1.49–2.61]
Biochemical recurrence at survey [ref: no]
 yes 1.93 [1.53–2.44] 0.68 [0.48–0.95]
Ongoing treatment at survey [ref: no]
 yes 0.37 [0.27–0.51] 1.90 [1.45–2.47] 2.07 [1.06–4.04]
PHQ-2 (depression screening) [ref: negative screening (< 3)]
 positive screening (≥3) 2.22 [1.15–4.31]
Perceived severity of disease [ref: low]
 high 0.75 [0.61–0.91] 1.86 [1.44–2.40]
Well-being [ref: low]
 high 0.77 [0.61–0.99] 1.84 [1.35–2.50] 0.38 [0.20–0.72]
Benefit finding [ref: low]
 high 0.79 [0.66–0.94] 0.75 [0.62–0.92] 1.89 [1.48–2.40] 1.46 [1.12–1.89]
  1. Note: PCa prostate cancer, PHQ Patient Health Questionnaire, FU follow-up, ref reference, OR odds ratio, CI confidence interval, sec. secondary