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Table 5 Breast cancer specific survival rates by screening status, ethnicity and socioeconomic deprivation

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 No. of women Total breast cancer deaths 5-year survival 95% CI 10-year survival 95% CI
Screening status       
Screen detected 858 40 96.2% 94.6 - 97.8 91.8% 88.3 - 95.3
Interval 217 36 83.9% 79.3 - 88.5 73.5% 64.1 - 82.9
Non-screen non-interval 473 108 76.4% 70.9 - 81.9 66.3% 60.2 - 72.4
Ethnicity       
NZ European 1220 126 90.2% 88.2 - 92.2 83.5% 77.4 - 89.6
Māori 268 50 77.6% 71.5 - 83.7 67.8% 58.4 - 77.2
Deprivation       
Dep 1-2 165 14 89.5 83.8 - 95.2 87.1 80.2 - 94.0
Dep 3-4 155 15 89.7 84.2 - 95.2 85.8 79.7 - 93.9
Dep 5-6 347 33 90.8 87.1 - 94.5 85.0 76.6 - 89.6
Dep 7-8 513 81 84.1 80.4 - 87.8 75.4 69.9 - 80.9
Dep 9-10 368 41 88.2 84.7 - 91.7 79.7 72.6 - 86.8
  1. (Five-year and 10-year breast cancer specific survival rates by for screening age women with invasive breast cancer in the Waikato, New Zealand 1999–2012).