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st: more on relative risk regression

From   Richard Goldstein <>
To   statalist <>
Subject   st: more on relative risk regression
Date   Wed, 29 Aug 2007 09:47:34 -0400

Earlier this summer, there were a number of postings
on how to get relative risks from Stata regression
routines.  A recent article gives an excellent
overview and comparison of many of the techniques
and includes Stata code for their own suggestion:

Localio, AR, et al. (2007), "Relative risks and
confidence intervals were easily computed indirectly
from multivariable logistic regression," _Journal of
Clinical Epidemiology_, 60: 874-882

In addition to the Stata code shown in the two
appendices, more code is available at their web
site (shown on 878); I, however, was not able
to connect to the web site given in the article;
a little searching, however, found the programs
at the following:


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