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Measuring Cancer Patient Survival
In this section, you'll learn how to measure patient survival to determine if a cancer treatment works. You'll learn the difference between overal and disease-free survival, why survival is calculated as a percent of patients treated, and why survival is measured at different time points. At the end, you can use a survival calculator to see how different numbers of patients living and patients treated affect the percent survival.
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