Dynamic Risk Prediction
  • clustered data
  • copula
  • frailty model
  • meta-analysis
  • risk prediction
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This video is adapted from 10.3390/e24050589

Clinical risk prediction formulas for cancer patients can be improved by dynamically updating the formulas by intermediate events, such as tumor progression. The increased accessibility of individual patient data (IPD) from multiple studies has motivated the development of dynamic prediction formulas accounting for between-study heterogeneity. A joint frailty-copula model for overall survival and time to tumor progression has the potential to develop a dynamic prediction formula of death from heterogenous studies.

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