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Table 5.

Reported provider discussions stratified by time since diagnosis, age, and race/ethnicity among cancer survivorsa.

Participate in a weight loss programIncrease your physical activityGeneral discussion of dietSmokingb
n (%)95% CIPn (%)95% CIPn (%)95% CIPn (%)95% CIP
Time since diagnosis, years   0.200   0.820   0.150   0.420 
 0–2 73 (5.3)
 
4.1–7.0  398 (39.5) 35.9–43.3  350 (30.9) 27.5–34.4  123 (80.2) 71.5–86.7  
 3–5 76 (7.1) 5.4–9.2  316 (40.1) 35.8–44.5  265 (31.7) 28.1–35.6  73 (72.2) 61.6–80.8  
 6–10 84 (7.0) 5.2–9.3  420 (41.6) 38.0–45.4  360 (36.1) 32.5–39.9  83 (71.7) 59.7–81.3  
 11+ 154 (5.4) 4.4–6.7  783 (39.6) 37.1–42.2  654 (31.7) 29.3–34.3  194 (77.6) 70.9–83.1  
Age in years   <0.001   <0.001   <0.001   <0.001 
 18–39 757 (4.0) 3.6–4.4  3,606 (27.7) 26.7–28.7  3,799 (28.7) 27.6–29.7  1,326 (63.9) 61.4–66.2  
 40–64 2,266 (7.0) 6.6–7.4  8,409 (38.4) 37.4–39.3  7,923 (35.2) 34.3–36.1  2,718 (73.3) 71.4–75.0  
 65+ 1,172 (5.2) 4.8–5.6  6,022 (34.2) 33.1–35.5  4,826 (26.6) 25.6–27.7  944 (70.0) 66.7–73.2  
Race/ethnicity   <0.001   <0.001   <0.001   0.010 
 White, non-Hispanic 2,784 (5.0) 4.7–5.3  12,560 (32.1) 31.4–32.8  11,384 (28.8) 28.1–29.5  3,781 (70.7) 69.2–72.2  
 Black, non-Hispanic 656 (6.2) 5.6–6.9  2,234 (33.0) 31.4–34.7  2,205 (33.6) 31.9–35.3  658 (69.5) 65.7–73.0  
 Other 765 (7.6) 6.9–8.4  3,243 (42.2) 40.7–43.7  2,959 (37.3) 36.0–38.6  549 (64.4) 60.3–68.4  
Participate in a weight loss programIncrease your physical activityGeneral discussion of dietSmokingb
n (%)95% CIPn (%)95% CIPn (%)95% CIPn (%)95% CIP
Time since diagnosis, years   0.200   0.820   0.150   0.420 
 0–2 73 (5.3)
 
4.1–7.0  398 (39.5) 35.9–43.3  350 (30.9) 27.5–34.4  123 (80.2) 71.5–86.7  
 3–5 76 (7.1) 5.4–9.2  316 (40.1) 35.8–44.5  265 (31.7) 28.1–35.6  73 (72.2) 61.6–80.8  
 6–10 84 (7.0) 5.2–9.3  420 (41.6) 38.0–45.4  360 (36.1) 32.5–39.9  83 (71.7) 59.7–81.3  
 11+ 154 (5.4) 4.4–6.7  783 (39.6) 37.1–42.2  654 (31.7) 29.3–34.3  194 (77.6) 70.9–83.1  
Age in years   <0.001   <0.001   <0.001   <0.001 
 18–39 757 (4.0) 3.6–4.4  3,606 (27.7) 26.7–28.7  3,799 (28.7) 27.6–29.7  1,326 (63.9) 61.4–66.2  
 40–64 2,266 (7.0) 6.6–7.4  8,409 (38.4) 37.4–39.3  7,923 (35.2) 34.3–36.1  2,718 (73.3) 71.4–75.0  
 65+ 1,172 (5.2) 4.8–5.6  6,022 (34.2) 33.1–35.5  4,826 (26.6) 25.6–27.7  944 (70.0) 66.7–73.2  
Race/ethnicity   <0.001   <0.001   <0.001   0.010 
 White, non-Hispanic 2,784 (5.0) 4.7–5.3  12,560 (32.1) 31.4–32.8  11,384 (28.8) 28.1–29.5  3,781 (70.7) 69.2–72.2  
 Black, non-Hispanic 656 (6.2) 5.6–6.9  2,234 (33.0) 31.4–34.7  2,205 (33.6) 31.9–35.3  658 (69.5) 65.7–73.0  
 Other 765 (7.6) 6.9–8.4  3,243 (42.2) 40.7–43.7  2,959 (37.3) 36.0–38.6  549 (64.4) 60.3–68.4  

aPrediction models were adjusted for age (continuous), sex, race/ethnicity (white and non-white), education (<high school, completed high school, 2- or 4-year college, and graduate degree), BMI (continuous), comorbidities (continuous), number of visits to a provider (continuous), and functional limitation (not limited and limited).

bData collected only among those who reported current smoking.

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