Methods for estimation of radiation risk in epidemiological studies accounting for classical and Berkson errors in doses.

@article{Kukush2011MethodsFE,
  title={Methods for estimation of radiation risk in epidemiological studies accounting for classical and Berkson errors in doses.},
  author={Alexander Kukush and Sergiy Shklyar and Sergii V. Masiuk and Illya A Likhtarov and Lina N. Kovgan and Raymond J. Carroll and Andr{\'e} C. Bouville},
  journal={The international journal of biostatistics},
  year={2011},
  volume={7 1},
  pages={15}
}
With a binary response Y, the dose-response model under consideration is logistic in flavor with pr(Y=1 | D) = R (1+R)(-1), R = λ(0) + EAR D, where λ(0) is the baseline incidence rate and EAR is the excess absolute risk per gray. The calculated thyroid dose of a person i is expressed as Dimes=fiQi(mes)/Mi(mes). Here, Qi(mes) is the measured content of… CONTINUE READING