longfellow95 Saturday, 01/12/19 03:19:21 PM Re: exwannabe post# 208152 0 Post # of 209724 Quote:K/M ALWAYS overshoots the actual already living that long until all data is in. Not exactly sure what that statement means Ex. But the 28.2% is almost a final figure. If it showed a confidence interval it would be no more than 1% either way. Only a handful of subjects who joined late Oct/Nov would not have their data included. Perhaps 10 or less. Given the indicators of ridiculously good survival for the 2015 intake, I would forecast that this 28.2% will not go down. rather it is likely to go up a fraction of 1%. Of course the bigger and more important question is what is the separation between treatment and control on OS36.