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Figure 2. From: Risk factors for prostate cancer incidence and progression in the health professionals follow-up study.

Multivariable relative risk, and 95% confidence intervals (in ()’s) for the high category versus low or reference category for selected variables from Cox models separately for high-grade prostate cancer (Gleason ≥ 7) and low-grade prostate cancer (Gleason ≤ 6) in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study. The models included age, time period, BMI at age 21 years, height, cigarette pack-years in the previous 10 years, vigorous physical activity level, family history of prostate cancer, history of diabetes mellitus, race, and intakes of total calories, processed meat, fish, α-linolenic acid, tomato sauce, and vitamin E supplements. P denotes p-value for trend.

Edward Giovannucci, et al. Int J Cancer. ;121(7):1571-1578.
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Figure 1. From: Risk factors for prostate cancer incidence and progression in the health professionals follow-up study.

Multivariable relative risks and 95% confidence intervals (in ()’s) for the high category versus low or reference category for selected variables from Cox models separately for total prostate cancer incidence and fatal prostate cancer in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study. The models included age, time period, BMI at age 21 years, height, cigarette pack-years in the previous 10 years, vigorous physical activity level, family history of prostate cancer, history of diabetes mellitus, race, and intakes of total calories, processed meat, fish, α-linolenic acid, tomato sauce, and vitamin E supplements. For BMI, reference group is <23 kg/m2 for fatal prostate cancer. P denotes p-value for trend.

Edward Giovannucci, et al. Int J Cancer. ;121(7):1571-1578.

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