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    Survival analysis




    Hi there,

    I am doing some breast cancer survival analysis on population-based registry data...I have outlined to estimate incidence trends and its changes over time by Join point software (log linear regression) and compute relative survival by Ederer II and Pohar-Perme estimators. I should explore differences in age, stage, hospital, region of residency...

    All should be done in STATA and I have big problems on commands...I am left alone on this field and any recommendation on help/advice is mostly valued and appreciated.

    Thanks a lot!

    M

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    Re: Survival analysis

    So your issue is that you need to use STATA to run a survival model and you need to use "Ederer II and Pohar-Perme estimators"? Are you familiar with survival analysis? What do you mean by "I have big problems on commands"? Do you reference your unfamiliarity with STATA?
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    Re: Survival analysis


    Hi!
    Thanks for reply...I have very basic time-to-event analysis knowledge and we only did some stratification and Poisson regression when analysing malaria data. But no relative survival or net estimator experience in general.

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