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Table 4 Hazard ratios for breast cancer-specific mortality risk in Māori compared with NZ European women

From: Impact of mammographic screening on ethnic and socioeconomic inequities in breast cancer stage at diagnosis and survival in New Zealand: a cohort study

Characteristic All cancers Screen detected Non-screen detected
HR (95% CI) p HR (95% CI) p HR (95% CI) p
Model A (Unadjusted)) 2.25 (1.62-3.12) <0.001 0.77 (0.27-2.15) 0.617 2.28 (1.59-3.26) <0.001
Model B (Age adjusted) 2.29 (1.69-3.18) <0.001 0.80 (0.29-2.25) 0.674 2.34 (1.63-3.35) <0.001
Model C (Model B + Year of diagnosisa) 2.33 (1.64-3.25) <0.001 0.84 (0.31-2.36) 0.738 2.27 (1.59-3.25) <0.001
Model D (Model C + Screening status) 2.01 (1.44-2.80) <0.001 - - - -
Model E (Model D + Deprivation) 2.09 (1.49-2.94) <0.001 0.85 (0.30-2.40) 0.762 2.39 (1.65-3.46) <0.001
Model F (Model E + Urban/Rural residence) 2.11 (1.50-2.97) <0.001 0.85 (0.30-2.41) 0.760 2.37 (1.64-3.47) <0.001
Model G (Model F + Interaction termsb) 1.33 (0.33-3.18) 0.964 1.45 (0.33-6.39) 0.620 3.13 (1.58-6.18) 0.001
  1. (With stepwise adjustment for age, year of diagnosis, screening status, socioeconomic deprivation and urban/rural residential status).
  2. (ayear categories as in Table 1, b – ethnicity x deprivation, ethnicity x screening and deprivation x screening.