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    Cool Survival Analysis with two types of event




    Hi, guys!
    I'm looking for an example of kaplan meier with two different types of event, e.g. tumor progression or death as outcomes. Somebody knows a paper where two outcomes were reported in same KM curve?
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    Re: Survival Analysis with two types of event

    Presuming that tumor progression precedes death, you should be able to use a recurrent event survival analysis. Another link.

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    Re: Survival Analysis with two types of event


    Are you looking for competing events or just two different/independent curves plotted on the same figure? I don't recall seeing one of these before.
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