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question archive In a study examining the relationship between colorectal cancer (CRC) and pickled meat consumption, a group of Newfoundland researchers got all CRC cases from the NL cancer registry and recruited about an equal number of controls from the general population

In a study examining the relationship between colorectal cancer (CRC) and pickled meat consumption, a group of Newfoundland researchers got all CRC cases from the NL cancer registry and recruited about an equal number of controls from the general population

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In a study examining the relationship between colorectal cancer (CRC) and pickled meat consumption, a group of Newfoundland researchers got all CRC cases from the NL cancer registry and recruited about an equal number of controls from the general population. They then interviewed each patient to find out if they ever consumed pickled meat in the past. Since smoking is shown to be associated with CRC, the researchers also classified cases and controls as either smokers or non-smokers. The results of the study are shown in the following table. Smokers Non-Smokers Pickled-meat Yes No es No Case 200 100 100 100 Controls 100 100 100 200 For the entire sample in the table, what is the odds ratio estimate of CRC associated with pickled meat consumption?

 

 

 

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