Additive hazards Markov regression models illustrated with bone marrow transplant data

  title={Additive hazards Markov regression models illustrated with bone marrow transplant data},
  author={Youyi Shu and John P. Klein},
When there are covariate effects to be considered, multistate survival analysis is dominated either by parametric Markov regression models or by semiparametric Markov regression models using Cox’s (1972) proportional hazards models for transition intensities between the states. The purpose of this research work is to study alternatives to Cox’s model in a general finite-state Markov process setting. We shall look at two alternative models, Aalen’s (1989) nonparametric additive hazards model and… CONTINUE READING


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