I am using SPSS 11.5.
Trying to compare two Kaplan Meier survival curves, but even though I click on Log rank test, pool over strata, the program prints out the table showing alive and dead individuals by time, the survival curves, but not the statistical comparison of the two curves.
You may be having the same problem I was:
SPSS does perform the test, but it lumps it in with all the text in the output, which is beyond the limit of what SPSS likes to display. If you stretch the box containing the text output downwards as far as it can go, or copy & paste it into Excell, you should find your test statistic.
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The most basic definition of "survive" is to continue to live or exist.....
With that in mind, I believe the brain stem would be the most important part of the human brain in terms of the human survival.
The brain stem controls the body's autonomic nervous system, (which maintains the human's blood pressure, temperature, digestion, etc.) heartbeat, breathing, and other involuntary actions of the body that are necessary to sustain life. Without the brain stem, a human would be unable to live, thus unable to "survive."
Hi, the survival rate for multiple myeloma depends on the stage of disease at the time of diagnosis. The earlier the disease is caught the better the prognosis. Patients receiving conventional chemotherapy typically survive from months to years, with an average survival rate of 2.5 to 3 years. Patients who receive bone marrow transplants have a better chance of prolonged survival.