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Lecture 7

CHSC 4P99 Lecture 7: Decision Analysis II.pdf

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Health Sciences
Course Code
HLSC 4P99
Professor
Brent Faught

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A particular type of cancer can be treated by surgical resection or radiation therapy. Exploratory
surgery is the only method of identifying patient with operable tumors; however if surgery is
performed and the tumor proves inoperable, post surgical radiotherapy is less effective. The
decision tree is below.
Terminal outcome= outcome
*See notebook
Sensitivity analysis
A.
Threshold analysis- data reflected in different populations
B.
Recalculating the decision tree using different quality of life values is an example of which type of
resistance?
Decision Analysis II
2:03 PM
CHSC 4P99 Page 1

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Decision Analysis II February-24-15 2:03 PM A particular type of cancer can be treated by surgical resection or radiation therapy. Exploratory surgery is the only method of identifying patient with operable tumors; however if surgery is performed and the tumor proves inoperable, post surgical radiotherapy is less
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