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In trials of chronic disease therapy, each patient may experience several nonfatal illnesses and death. "Composite" outcome measures combine information from these different components of disease burden. Most common is the binary distinction between patients undergoing one or more events and those undergoing no events. We compare this approach with a composite score that preserves information on the number and severity of events.
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1/04/09 → 1/04/14