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st:Dealing with interval censoring in survival analysis


From   "Marie Godquin" <marie.godquin@univ-paris1.fr>
To   <statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu>
Subject   st:Dealing with interval censoring in survival analysis
Date   Wed, 9 Feb 2005 09:17:32 +0100

Hi, I tried to post this message yesterday but I'm not sure I was correct as
I didn't see it in the incoming mails or stata digest?
Best,
Marie


Dear all,

I want to estimate a duration model with interval censoring: I know the
begining date but not the end date of the event of interest.
What I know about the end date is whether it has occured before the 1st, the
2nd or the 3rd round of my study.

I couldn't find any program in Stata that would deal with this case but I
know this is a fairly common problem for biostatisticians for example (when
survey design entails periodic follow-up).

Would anyone know about a program I could use? Any advice?

Any help highly appreciated!

Best,

Marie


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