Table 2.

Characteristics of hospitalized survivors compared with survivors with no hospitalizations

No hospitalizationAny hospitalizationa
N = 752N = 747
N (%)N (%)P value
Sex
 Male487 (64.8)253 (33.9)<0.001
 Female265 (35.2)494 (66.1)
Year of birth
 1952–69165 (21.9)150 (20.1)0.69
 1970–79273 (36.3)280 (37.5)
 1980–89268 (35.6)263 (35.2)
 1990–9446 (6.1)54 (7.2)
Age at last follow-up, y
 5–1011 (1.5)1 (0.11)<0.001
 11–2072 (9.6)57 (7.6)
 21–30294 (39.1)221 (29.6)
 31–40241 (32.1)302 (40.4)
 41–60134 (17.8)166 (22.2)
Original cancer diagnosis
 Leukemias147 (19.6)126 (16.9)0.07
 Lymphomas132 (17.6)131 (17.5)
 CNS/intracranial/intraspinal99 (13.2)131 (17.5)
 Neuroblastoma30 (4.0)33 (4.4)
 Renal tumors49 (6.5)27 (3.6)
 Malignant bone tumors27 (3.6)36 (4.8)
 Sarcomas50 (6.7)47 (6.3)
 Germ cell68 (9.0)57 (7.6)
 Epithelial121 (16.1)133 (17.8)
 Otherb29 (3.9)26 (3.5)
Age at original diagnosis, y
 0–4219 (29.2)171 (22.9)0.008
 5–9115 (15.3)107 (14.3)
 10–14125 (16.6)164 (22.0)
 15–20292 (38.9)305 (40.8)
Year of diagnosis
 1973–1979146 (19.7)116 (15.5)0.15
 1980–1984123 (16.6)123 (16.5)
 1985–2000419 (56.6)444 (59.4)
 2001–200552 (7.0)64 (8.6)
Treatment for original diagnosis
 None or unknown139 (18.5)109 (14.6)0.04
 Chemotherapy161 (21.4)143 (19.1)
 Radiation90 (12.0)109 (14.6)
 Surgery156 (20.7)165 (22.1)
 Chemotherapy and surgery110 (14.6)92 (12.3)
 Chemotherapy and radiation49 (6.5)66 (8.8)
 Radiation and surgery26 (3.5)28 (3.8)
 Chemotherapy, radiation, and surgery21 (2.8)35 (4.7)
  • aExcludes hospitalizations for pregnancy and delivery.

  • bOther includes retinoblastoma/hepatic tumors/other unspecified tumors.