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Schempf and Kaufman1 suggest that a different formula should be used for the calculation of the percentage difference in the OR for race in the adjusted model between an integrated community and a national sample. We used (OR1−OR2)/OR1*100 rather than (OR1−OR2)/(OR1−1)*100. The key distinction is …
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