Michael H Freiman

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A common problem when conducting an experiment or observational study for the purpose of causal inference is "censoring by death," in which an event occurring during the experiment causes the desired outcome value - such as quality of life (QOL) - not to be defined for some subjects. One approach to this is to estimate the Survivor Average Causal Effect(More)
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