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Table 2 Characteristics of YA ALL survivors and siblings

From: Health related quality of life and buffering factors in adult survivors of acute pediatric lymphoblastic leukemia and their siblings

  N YA ALL survivors N Siblings P-value
Age, median (range) 227 28 (23–41) 70 28 (18–44) 0.560
Gender, female, n (%) 227 115 (51) 70 45 (64) 0.046
Marital status, n (%) 224   70   0.414
Married or cohabitant   137 (61)   39 (56)  
In a relationship   20 (9)   10 (14)  
Single   67 (30)   21 (30)  
Having (any) children, n (%) 226 69 (31) 70 24 (34) 0.728
Education 226   70   0.272
Compulsory school (9-yrs)   12 (5)   2 (3)  
Upper seconday school (2–3 years)   109 (48)   27 (39)  
University < 3 yrs   29 (13)   9 (13)  
University > 3 yrs   76 (34)   32 (46)  
Occupational status, n (%) 226   70   0.040
Student   36 (16)   17 (24)  
Working   15 (70)   45 (64)  
Unemployed   16 (7)   1 (1)  
On sick-leave/disability pension   6 (3)   0  
On parental leave   9 (4)   6 (9)  
Other   2 (1)   1 (1)  
Monthly Income (€), n (%) 223   68   0.334
 < 1000   61 (27)   18 (27)  
1000–1 900   40 (18)   9 (13)  
2000–2 900   92 (41)   25 (37)  
3000–3 900   21 (9)   12 (18)  
4000–4 900   7 (3)   4 (6)  
 ≥ 5000   2 (1)   0 (0)  
Physical training, n (%) 226   70    < 0.001
Inactive   73 (32)   8 (11)  
Active   100 (44)   49 (70)  
Very active   53 (24)   13 (19)  
BMI, n (%) 202   58   0.684
 < 18.5   4 (2)   0  
19–24   114 (56)   36 (62)  
25–29   57 (28)   16 (28)  
30–34   18 (9)   5 (9)  
 > 34   9 (5)   1 (2)  
Comorbidity, n (%)      
CVD 226 14 (6) 68 0 (0)  < 0.05
Respiratory disease 226 19 (8) 69 8 (12) 0.422
Headache/migrane 215 77 (36) 70 28 (40) 0.528
Ulcer disease 225 3 (1) 69 0 (0) 0.335
Diabetes 226 3 (1) 70 0 (0) 0.333
Renal disease 209 8 (4) 70 2 (3) 0.491
Connective tissue disease 210 5 (2) 70 0 (0) 0.193
Cancer 212 6 (3) 69 1 (1) 0.513
Liver disease 215 2 (1) 70 0 (0) 0.418