• Medicine
  • Published 2001

The African Way of Life and Colon Cancer Risk

@inproceedings{Sanaka2001TheAW,
  title={The African Way of Life and Colon Cancer Risk},
  author={Masaki Sanaka and Nobuhiro Sakaki},
  year={2001}
}
symptoms described above had appeared or worsened, we regarded the patients as dyspeptic. Odds ratios and 95% CIs were generated to determine the relative risk of ulcer relapse and/or refl ux esophagitis in dyspeptic patients versus asymptomatic patients. The results are summarized in Table 1. In the asymptomatic patients, the prevalences of ulcer relapse and re fl ux esophagitis were quite low. The 95% CIs for odds ratios suggested that dyspepsia was the signifi cant predictor for ulcer… CONTINUE READING

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