Table 3 HR (95% CI) of incident kidney cancer according to BMI and WC categories in clinically relevant subgroupsa

From: Obesity, abdominal obesity and subsequent risk of kidney cancer: a cohort study of 23.3 million East Asians

 BMI (kg/m2)WC (cm)
 <25≥25P for interaction<90 in men,<85 in women≥90 in men, ≥85 in womenP for interaction
Age  0.172  <0.001
 <65 years11.33 (1.28–1.38) 11.36 (1.31–1.42) 
 ≥65 years11.22 (1.15–1.29) 11.22 (1.15–1.29) 
Sex  0.008  <0.001
 Men11.38 (1.33–1.43) 11.38 (1.33–1.44) 
 Women11.28 (1.21–1.35) 11.24 (1.17–1.32) 
Hypertension  0.485 0.117
 No11.33 (1.28–1.39) 11.33 (1.27–1.40) 
 Yes11.28 (1.23–1.33) 11.30 (1.25–1.35) 
Diabetes mellitus  0.056  0.492
 No11.35 (1.30–1.39) 11.32 (1.28–1.37) 
 Yes11.20 (1.12–1.29) 11.31 (1.22–1.40) 
Dyslipidemia  0.627  0.789
 No11.32 (1.27–1.37) 11.31 (1.26–1.36) 
 Yes11.29 (1.22–1.36) 11.32 (1.25–1.40) 
Chronic kidney disease  0.014  0.171
 No11.35 (1.31–1.40) 11.33 (1.28–1.38) 
 Yes11.16 (1.07–1.26) 11.29 (1.19–1.41) 
  1. HR hazard ratio, CI confidence interval, BMI body mass index, WC waist circumference
  2. aHRs (95% CIs) were obtained using multivariable Cox proportional hazard regression analysis after adjusting for age, sex, smoking status, alcohol consumption, physical activity, income, estimated glomerular filtration rate, hypertension, diabetes mellitus