Why comparing survival curves between two prognostic subgroups may be misleading

4 Nov 2016Damjan Krstajic

We consider the validation of prognostic diagnostic tests that predict two prognostic subgroups (high-risk vs low-risk) for a given disease or treatment. When comparing survival curves between two prognostic subgroups the possibility of misclassification arises, i.e. a patient predicted as high-risk might be de facto low-risk and vice versa... (read more)

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