A comparison of continuous- and discrete- time three-state models for rodent tumorigenicity experiments

Natl Inst Environ Health Sci
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Conference Proceeding
Environmental Health Perspectives, 1994, 102 pp. 9 - 17
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The three-state illness-death model provides a useful way to characterize data from a rodent tumorigenicity experiment. Most parametrizations proposed recently in the literature assume discrete time for the death process and either discrete or continuous
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