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Re: st: Case control study

From   Stas Kolenikov <>
Subject   Re: st: Case control study
Date   Mon, 27 Jun 2011 13:59:09 -0400

You might want to check Alastair Scott's review to see what's been
done in population-based case-control studies, if that's relevant:
Basically, it is a slightly updated version of the chapter in Chambers
& Skinner (2003) edited volume

On Mon, Jun 27, 2011 at 9:21 AM, Cornelius Nattey
<> wrote:
> Hi All, I am putting together a protocol on lung Cancer and occupational categories a case control study. I will match by age and gender. I am sure whether to use frequency matched cases control, unconditional logistic analysis or conditional logistics analysis Can anyone throw more light on the above terminologies and the best approach for this analysis? Regards,   Cornelius Nattey Medical Scientist: Epidemiology and Surveillance National Health Laboratory Service National Institute for Occupational Health Office: 011 712 6438 Fax: 086 604 1214 Cell: 079 631 5857 Email: *'jQ j[a- z{bjV kj{& *   For searches and help try: * * *

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