Inference in randomized studies with informative censoring and discrete time-to-event endpoints.

@article{Scharfstein2001InferenceIR,
  title={Inference in randomized studies with informative censoring and discrete time-to-event endpoints.},
  author={Daniel O Scharfstein and James M. Robins and W Eddings and Andrea Rotnitzky},
  journal={Biometrics},
  year={2001},
  volume={57 2},
  pages={404-13}
}
In this article, we present a method for estimating and comparing the treatment-specific distributions of a discrete time-to-event variable from right-censored data. Our method allows for (1) adjustment for informative censoring due to measured prognostic factors for time to event and censoring and (2) quantification of the sensitivity of the inference to residual dependence between time to event and censoring due to unmeasured factors. We develop our approach in the context of a randomized… CONTINUE READING

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