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Table 3 Univariate and multivariate survival analyses (Cox regression model) of various factors in 176 breast cancer patients

From: Clinical implications of high NQO1 expression in breast cancers

Factors B SE Wald HR (95%CI) Pvalue
Univariate      
 Age 0.2650.265 0.153 2.991 1.303 (0.095–1.758) 0.084
 Menopausal status 0.219 0.154 2.037 1.245 (0.921–1.683) 0.154
 Tumor size 0.283 0.154 3.389 1.328 (0.982–1.795) 0.066
 Histological grade 0.218 0.099 4.843 1.244 (1.024–1.510) 0.028
 Clinical stage 1.017 0.169 36.097 2.766 (1.985–3.855) 0.000
 LN metastasis 0.382 0.158 5.858 1.465 (1.075–1.996) 0.016
 ER 0.190 0.153 1.525 1.209 (0.895–1.633) 0.217
 PR 0.114 0.154 0.548 1.121 (0.829–1.515) 0.459
 Her2 0.550 0.155 12.600 1.733 (1.279–2.437) 0.000
 NQO1 0.447 0.157 8.055 1.563 (1.148–2.128) 0.005
Multivariate      
 Histological grade 0.207 0.109 3.629 1.230 (0.994–1.521) 0.057
 Clinical stage 0.906 0.175 26.929 2.475 (1.758–3.485) 0.000
 LN metastasis 0.222 0.168 1.756 1.249 (0.889–1.736) 0.185
 Her2 0.394 0.161 5.990 1.484 (1.082–2.035) 0.014
 NQO1 0.372 0.181 4.216 1.450 (1.017–2.067) 0.040
  1. B: Coefficient; SE: standard error; Wald: Waldstatistic; HR: hazard ratio.