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Table 2 Antibiotic and Anti-Inflammatory Use and Prostate Cancer Risk: Results from a Logistic Regression Model

From: Antibiotic and anti-inflammatory use and the risk of prostate cancer

No. antibiotic prescriptions OR (95% CI) TrendP-value
0 Reference 0.33
1–25 1.31 (0.50,3.40)  
26–50 0.60 (0.20,1.82)  
51–100 0.62 (0.22,1.76)  
101+ 0.78 (0.30,1.98)  
No. anti-inflammatory prescriptions   
0 Reference 0.25
1–500 0.88 (0.41,1.91)  
501–1000 0.28 (0.07,1.15)  
1001–1500 0.62 (0.20,1.90)  
1501+ 0.62 (0.24,1.59)  
No. aspirin prescriptions   
0 Reference 0.35
1–500 0.60 (0.26,1.38)  
501–1000 0.43 (0.13,1.42)  
1001–1500 0.40 (0.12,1.38)  
1501+ 1.04 (0.36,3.00)  
  1. *ORs adjusted for age group, race, years of enrollment, and number of visits