In a Cox proportional hazard analysis comparing prostate cancer-specific survival in the control group with that in the screened group, the hazard ratio for death from prostate cancer was 1.
What does HR-D stand for?
HR-D stands for Hazard Ratio for Death
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Those who scored in the bottom third of the Blessed dementia scale had a hazard ratio for death of 2.
The hazard ratio for death from any cause in the letrozole group as compared with the placebo group was 0.
The hazard ratio for death from all causes among the total-mastectomy-plus-radiation group, compared with the radical mastectomy group, was 1.