Using the PHREG Procedure to Analyze Competing-Risks Data

  title={Using the PHREG Procedure to Analyze Competing-Risks Data},
  author={Ying So and Guixian Lin and Gordon Johnston},
Competing risks arise in studies in which individuals are subject to a number of potential failure events and the occurrence of one event might impede the occurrence of other events. For example, after a bone marrow transplant, a patient might experience a relapse or might die while in remission. You can use some standard methods of survival analysis, such as the log-rank test and the Cox regression, to analyze competing-risks data, whereas other methods, such as the product-limit estimator… CONTINUE READING


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