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The second column of the table gives the number of patients alive just before the given time. This number represents the number of patients at risk of dying at the next observation time. The next two columns summarize how many patients die, or are censored. For each listed time the percent surviving is simply the ratio of the number remaining alive compared to the number at risk. The final column lists the cumulative chance of surviving. At time zero, all patients are alive, and thus the initial cumulative percent of patients alive begins at 100%.
There are several techniques for avoiding this problem of multiple comparisons (see Chapter 6). 4 The Proportional Hazards Model So far we have concentrated on estimation of the proportion alive (or dead) at various times. 1, the hazard function. Although exponential distributions (with a constant hazard rate λ) are commonly used for such purposes as sample size calculation, most often we have no idea what form the underlying hazard function, more generally denoted λ(t), will take. No matter what that form, in Phase III trials we are usually most interested in comparing the hazards between the treatment arms (this is equivalent to comparing the survival curves).
In this case A <· B or A = B lead to the same conclusion (B is the preferred treatment), so we have a Type I error only if we erroneously conclude that A > B. For a two-sided test differences in both directions are of interest, so we make a Type I error if we conclude either A > B or B > A when there is no difference. The p-value is this case is twice the area to the right of the observed value, to allow for a difference of the same or greater magnitude in either direction. 05. The χ 2 test statistic is inherently two-sided due to the squaring of the differences, which eliminates the indication of direction.
Clinical trials in oncology by Green, Stephanie; Smith, Angela; Benedetti, Jacqueline; Crowley, John