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Survival Curve Estimation with Dependent Left Truncated Data Using Cox's Model

Todd Mackenzie
  • Dartmouth College
Published Online: 2012-10-19 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.1515/1557-4679.1312

Abstract

The Kaplan-Meier and closely related Lynden-Bell estimators are used to provide nonparametric estimation of the distribution of a left-truncated random variable. These estimators assume that the left-truncation variable is independent of the time-to-event. This paper proposes a semiparametric method for estimating the marginal distribution of the time-to-event that does not require independence. It models the conditional distribution of the time-to-event given the truncation variable using Cox's model for left truncated data, and uses inverse probability weighting. We report the results of simulations and illustrate the method using a survival study.

Keywords: delayed entry; inverse probability weighting

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Published Online: 2012-10-19



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