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Increased Risk of Cancer in relation to Gout: A Review of Three Prospective Cohort Studies with 50,358 Subjects

Table 1

Characteristics of all studies.

StudyYearOriginsNumber of subjectsFollow-up duration (years)Baseline timeMean age of patientsCancer sitesAdjusted factors

Chen et al. [13]2014Taiwan9,41381998–200051.03 ± 14.52Prostate, bladder, kidney, colorectum, liver, gallbladder and bile duct, stomach, lung, esophageal, pancreas, nasopharyngeal, brain, and oral, and so forthAge, sex, year, and month of first diagnosis
Kuo et al. [6]2012Taiwan24,0887.8-7.92000–200842.3 ± 16.3Prostate, bladder, colon, liver, stomach, lung, and breast, and so forthAge and sex
Bofetta et al. [20] Men2009Sweden10,500NR1965–1995NRProstate, bladder, kidney, rectum, colon, liver and bile duct, stomach, lung, pancreas, brain, and oral, and so forthSex, time since first hospitalization, and gout as primary or the only diagnosis
Bofetta et al. [20] Women2009Sweden6,357NR1965–1995NRBladder, kidney, rectum, colon, liver and bile duct, stomach, lung, pancreas, brain, oral, breast, and so forthSex, time since first hospitalization, and gout as primary or the only diagnosis

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