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Table 1 Basic characteristics of the subjects in this study

From: Recurrent sick leave and resignation rates among female cancer survivors after return to work: the Japan sickness absence and return to work (J-SAR) study

  n Mean age (±SD) Urban / Rural (n) Desk / manual worker (n) 1. Experienced RSA (n) (%) 2. Resigned (n) (%) 3. Censored (n)(%) 1-year work survival rate (%) 5-year work survival rate (%) Median time to work disability (years)
Cancer site
 Breast cancer 90 48.4 ± 6.6 68/ 22 89/ 1 22 (24.4%) 9 (10.0%) 59 (65.6%) 82.9 63.4 N.A.
 Female genitals 64 46.6 ± 7.3 48/ 16 64/ 0 19 (29.7%) 1 (1.6%) 44 (68.8%) 87.3 67.8 N.A.
 Gastric cancer 18 52.4 ± 5.1 11/ 7 17/ 1 2 (11.1%) 3 (16.7%) 13 (72.2%) 83.3 63.1 N.A.
 Lung cancer 16 52.1 ± 4.5 16/ 0 15/ 1 5 (31.3%) 7 (43.8%) 4 (25.0%) 75.0 31.3 3.0
 Other cancer 35 46.4 ± 8.4 29/ 6 31/ 1 13 (37.1%) 2 (5.7%) 20 (57.1%) 80.0 55.1 N.A.
 Total Stroke 223 48.2 ± 7.1 172/ 51 216/ 4 61 (27.3%) 22 (9.9%) 140 (62.8%) 83.2 60.4 10.6
  1. Female genital malignancy included cancer of the uterus (n = 47) and ovarian cancer (n = 17)
  2. Other cancer included colon cancer (n = 5) and esophageal cancer (n = 3)
  3. RSA Recurrent sick leave