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7 percentage points, a relative hazard increase of 66% that was significant.
Steve Fox Director of State Campaigns Marijuana Policy Project Washington, DC Jacob Sullum replies: I have no problem with discussing the relative hazards of marijuana and alcohol as a way of encouraging people to question our current drug laws; I frequently use that tactic myself.
We conducted multivariable Cox proportional hazards regression to estimate adjusted relative hazard ratios for each mortality outcome (all-cause, cancer-specific).
In the relative hazard ranking model developed by American Risk Management Resources (ARMR) and now being used by GREENGUARD Environmental Institute (GEI), "dry states" (Oklahoma, Kansas) intermingle with predictably high-risk mold zones (Florida, South Carolina), but Texas beat them all: Top 10 Relative Hazard Mold Ranking Texas 2.
It did not show an increase in breast cancer recurrence in HT users; in fact, it showed slightly less recurrence in women on HT (a relative hazard of 0.
It is important to note the different organic peroxides differ widely in their relative hazard level.
Beresford noted, "It is interesting that the relative hazard is in the direction of protection.
It is important to note that organic peroxides differ widely in their relative hazard level depending on their composition.