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Table 5 Survival of lung cancer patients by age at diagnosis and Townsend quintiles

From: The distribution of lung cancer across sectors of society in the United Kingdom: a study using national primary care data

  Median survival in days (IQR) 6 months survival 1-year survival 5-year survival Unadjusted hazards ratio 95% CI p-value
Age at diagnosis (years)
< 40 457 (248- .) 85% 52% 31% 1.00 - -
40-50 341 (148-1150) 70% 48% 17% 1.35 0.92-1.97 0.126
50-60 287 (116-830) 65% 42% 15% 1.54 1.08-2.20 0.018
60-70 274 (85-736) 61% 42% 13% 1.68 1.18-2.40 0.004
70-80 218 (72-604) 55% 36% 9% 1.94 1.36-2.77 < 0.001
80-90 164 (54-443) 47% 29% 6% 2.41 1.69-3.45 < 0.001
> 90 147 (46-403) 40% 26% - 2.72 1.85-4.01 < 0.001
Townsend score (quintiles)
1 223 (78-593) 56% 37% 9.7% 1.00 - -
2 232 (79-640) 57% 36% 10% 0.98 0.91-1.05 0.53
3 224 (67-587) 56% 36% 9.9% 1.03 0.96-1.10 0.46
4 242 (76-666) 58% 39% 12% 0.94 0.88-1.01 0.10
5 221 (72-608) 55% 37% 10% 1.01 0.94-1.09 0.82
missing 296 (116-1032) 64% 44% 18% 0.78 0.68-0.88 < 0.001