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Fig. 2 | Breast Cancer Research

Fig. 2

From: Alcohol consumption, cigarette smoking, and familial breast cancer risk: findings from the Prospective Family Study Cohort (ProF-SC)

Fig. 2

Associations of consuming ≥ 7 alcoholic drinks per week (compared to non-regular drinkers) and breast cancer risk by percentiles of absolute predicted 1-year breast cancer risk for overall breast cancer, estrogen receptor-positive breast cancer, and estrogen receptor-negative breast cancer. Hazard ratios (HR) reflect associations for consuming ≥ 7 alcoholic drinks per week compared to non-drinkers and breast cancer risk by percentiles of absolute predicted 1-year breast cancer risk, as estimated by BOADICEA for overall breast cancer (panel a), estrogen-receptor positive breast cancer (panel b), and estrogen-receptor negative breast cancer (panel c). HRs are stratified by birth cohort and are adjusted for race/ethnicity, study center, education, oral contraceptive use, body mass index, and cigarette smoking

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