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Table 14 Modeled 25(OH) D in association with incidence of CRC in 45–59 years of age, controlling for covariates

From: Could age increase the strength of inverse association between ultraviolet B exposure and colorectal cancer?

Covariate Regression Coefficient Standard Error t p-value
Modeled 25(OH) D, ng/mla −0.23 0.12 −1.92 0.06
Urbanizationb −0.02 0.07 −0.32 0.75
GDPc <  0.001 <  0.001 2.05 0.04
Life Expectancyd 0.001 0.001 0.74 0.46
Smokinge 0.60 0.19 3.16 0.002
Animal Consumptionf 0.29 0.06 4.57 <  0.001
Intercept 11.51 7.93 1.45 0.15
  1. Model R2 = 0.58; p <  0.001; aMohr S, B, Gorham E, D, Garland C, F, Grant W, B, Garland F, C: Low Ultraviolet B and Increased Risk of Brain Cancer: An Ecological Study of 175 Countries. Neuroepidemiology 2010; 35:281–290. doi: https://doi.org/10.1159/000314350. bChristenson E et al. [22]. c,d The World Bank. eInstitute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME). f The Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations (FAO)