Assessing cumulative incidence functions under the semiparametric additive risk model.

@article{Hyun2009AssessingCI,
  title={Assessing cumulative incidence functions under the semiparametric additive risk model.},
  author={Seunggeun Hyun and Yanqing Sun and Rajeshwari Sundaram},
  journal={Statistics in medicine},
  year={2009},
  volume={28 22},
  pages={2748-68}
}
In analyzing competing risks data, a quantity of considerable interest is the cumulative incidence function. Often, the effect of covariates on the cumulative incidence function is modeled via the proportional hazards model for the cause-specific hazard function. As the proportionality assumption may be too restrictive in practice, we consider an alternative more flexible semiparametric additive hazards model of (Biometrika 1994; 81:501-514) for the cause-specific hazard. This model specifies… CONTINUE READING

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