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From: Pessimism is associated with greater all-cause and cardiovascular mortality, but optimism is not protective

Figure 2

Kaplan–Meier survival curves for all-cause mortality (open and filled circles), overlaid with Cox regression estimates (continuous lines) comparing lowest (Q1, blue circles and line) and highest (Q4, red circles and orange line) quartiles of age- and sex-adjusted pessimism score (quartile_zre_pes). Median survival was 90.1 years for Q1 and 88.3 years for Q4.

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