Table 4: Chromosome p SNPs and NSCLC Risk by Smoking History (Never/Ever) among Caucasians1.

Never smokersEver smokers
SNP OR2 (95% CI) OR3 (95% CI)

rs2853677-TERT AA5611.0076601.00
AG/GG291322.43 (0.88–6.72)2471251.62 (1.012.60)
rs6873545-GHR TT171001.001591041.00
TC/CC19920.99 (0.47–2.09)168821.79 (1.162.78)
rs6897530-GHR TT171031.001581051.00
TC/CC19901.02 (0.48–2.16)169811.80 (1.162.78)
rs6179-GHR GG181061.001541011.00
GA/AA18880.93 (0.44–1.96)174851.70 (1.102.62)
rs2972780-GHR CC171081.001561041.00
CT/TT19861.09 (0.52–2.31)172821.67 (1.082.58)
rs6413428-SEPP1 AA171161.001651081.00
AG/GG19771.33 (0.63–2.83)162781.64 (1.062.54)

1Only SNPs associated with NSCLC risk among either never smokers or ever smokers are displayed. 2Adjusted for age at diagnosis/interview, years of education, family history of lung cancer, history of COPD, adult aspirin use, and BMI. 3Adjusted for age at diagnosis/interview, smoking pack-year history, years of education, family history of lung cancer, history of COPD, adult aspirin use, and BMI.