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In the estrogen only trial, the hazard ratios were insignificant for probable dementia (1.
Compared with individuals with no metabolic syndrome components, adjusted hazard ratios for stroke in those with metabolic syndrome (with fours components) were 3.
Patients who scored above 0 for wandering on the BEHAVE-AD scale had a hazard ratio of 0.
The hazard ratio for death from any cause in the letrozole group as compared with the placebo group was 0.
In a multivariate analysis that adjusted for other risk factors, the hazard ratio for the tallest men was 1.
Heart failure was highly significantly increased with rosiglitazone, with a hazard ratio of 2.
The hazard ratio for death from all causes among the total-mastectomy-plus-radiation group, compared with the radical mastectomy group, was 1.
Women with only one partner had a hazard ratio of 3.
After adjusting for the study participants' age at menarche, bilateral oophorectomy was associated with a hazard ratio of 0.
When combined, these two subgroups show clinical results that indicated a 53% improvement in Overall Survival, a Hazard Ratio of 0.
For participants in the lowest quintile of dietary intake of lutein/zeaxanthin, the hazard ratio comparing lutein/zeaxanthin vs.
Compared with pravastatin, there was an increased risk of incident diabetes with atorvastatin (adjusted hazard ratio 1.
Across all patients in the study, radiotherapy was statistically significantly associated with worse survival in the intent-to-treat analysis with a hazard ratio of 1.
The highest tertile of baseline insulin, relative to the lowest, was associated with a 2-fold increase in risk in the total population (multivariable hazard ratio 2.