Table 2.

Multivariate HR with 95% CI for associations with overall mortality rates after NSCLC diagnosis in Hispanic and API women never-smokers, 1988 to 2003 and 2005 to 2008, with follow-up through 2008

CharacteristicHR (overall)95% CI
Age at diagnosis (single year)1.011.00–1.02
Race/ethnicity
 NH white1.00
 Latina U.S.-born2.051.18–3.55
 Latina foreign-born1.410.85–2.33
 API U.S.-born1.691.01–2.75
 API foreign-born1.170.89–1.54
Marital status
 Married (at diagnosis)1.00
 Never married0.830.53–1.27
 Separated/divorced/widowed/unknown1.541.17–2.02
Histology
 Large cell/non-BAC adenocarcinoma/undiff1.00
 BAC0.720.45–1.14
 Squamous cell2.051.29–3.26
Radiation
 Not given1.00
 Given1.481.13–1.92
Surgery
 None1.00
 Done0.300.20–0.44

NOTE: HRs adjusted for other factors shown in the table including chemotherapy-by-time interaction; separate baseline hazards were estimated by stage at diagnosis (thereby adjusting for stage by allowing the form of the underlying hazard function to vary by stage).