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Figure 4

From: Meta-regression models to address heterogeneity and inconsistency in network meta-analysis of survival outcomes

Figure 4

Treatment effects of different interventions relative to DTIC as obtained with random effects Weibull network meta-analysis expressed as hazard ratio (and 95% credible interval). A) Results without adjustment for differences in study date; B) Results after adjustment for differences in study date assuming treatment specific covariate interactions. Hazard ratios are presented corresponding to the average covariate value; C) Results after adjustment for differences in study date assuming constant covariate interaction. Hazard ratios are presented corresponding to the average covariate value

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