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This article considers the utility of the bounded cumulative hazard model in cure rate estimation, which is an appealing alternative to the widely used two-component mixture model. This approach has the following distinct advantages: (1) It allows for a natural way to extend the proportional hazards regression model, leading to a wide class of extended hazard regression models. (2) In some settings the model can be interpreted in terms of biologically meaningful parameters. (3) The modeldoi:10.1198/01622145030000001007 pmid:21151838 pmcid:PMC2998771 fatcat:3byf6lcynjhnndmvu6hgo6wyxi