BioMed Research International / 2014 / Article / Fig 1

Research Article

Tobacco Exposure by Various Modes May Alter Proinflammatory (IL-12) and Anti-Inflammatory (IL-10) Levels and Affects the Survival of Prostate Carcinoma Patients: An Explorative Study in North Indian Population

Figure 1

The percent survival outcome for the prostate carcinoma patients with different modes of tobacco exposed subgroup versus nonusers shown in above figures: the vertical line (-axis) represents percent survival and horizontal line (-axis) represents time in months. Survival graph of various subgroups included in figure are (a) tobacco smokers versus nonusers, (b) smokers with alcohol versus nonusers, (c) chewers with alcohol versus nonusers, (d) alcohol users versus nonusers, (e) smokers, chewers, and alcoholic users versus nonusers, and (f) tobacco chewers versus nonusers. All tobacco exposed subgroups of PCa patients have significantly () lower survival rates than nonusers (except chewer with alcohol).

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