Relative Risk of Lung Cancer 

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Relative Risk of Lung Cancer 

The purpose of this quantitative study was to compare the difference in relative risk (RR) of lung cancer between the intervention and control groups. The hypothesis was:

H1: The intervention group will have an increase in relative risk (RR) of lung cancer from pre to post while the control group will have no statistically significant change or may actually decrease.

We conducted a repeated measure ANOVA to test the hypothesis for this study. We cannot conclude that the intervention group has an increase in relative risk (RR) of lung cancer from pre to post while the control group has no statistically significant change.

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By | 2020-07-03T13:22:22+00:00 July 3rd, 2020|ANOVA, SPSS, Statistics|2 Comments

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  1. Craig Tutterow July 3, 2020 at 9:15 am - Reply

    We enjoyed working with AMSTAT on this project. The folks at AMSTAT such as Dr. Ann E.K.Um are bright, goal-oriented and highly motivated. The folks at AMSTAT not only aided us in our final product but also in our understanding of the applications of statistical analysis. The folks at AMSTAT impressed us. I strongly recommend AMSTAT to all my colleagues.

  2. admin July 3, 2020 at 9:27 am - Reply

    Great job!

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