Differential item functioning (DIF) in the EORTC QLQ-C30: A comparison of baseline, on-treatment and off-treatment data

Neil W. Scott, Peter M. Fayers, N. Aaronson, Andrew Bottomley, Alexander De Graeff, M. Groenvold, Chad Gundy, Michael Koller, Morten A. Petersen, M. Sprangers, M. King, S. Leutenegger, N. Spry, E. Greimel, B. Holzner, A. Bottomley, C. Coens, K. West, G. De Castro, C. De SouzaA. Bezjak, M. Whitehead, M. Groenvold, M. Klee, M. Petersen, A. Brédart, T. Conroy, C. Rodary, M. Berend, B. Bestmann, M. Koller, O. Krauß, T. Küchler, B. Malchow, R. Schwarz, S. Singer, K. Mystakidou, A. Montazeri, C. Brunelli, M. Tamburini, T. Matsuoka, H. Zhao, N. Aaronson, A. De Graeff, R. De Leeuw, M. Muller, M. Sprangers, K. Bjordal, E. Brenne, M. Hjermstad, M. Jordhøy, S. Kaasa, P. Klepstad, S. Sundstrøm, F. Wisløff, Y. B. Cheung, S. B. Tan, J. Thumboo, H. B. Wong, Y. H. Yun, J. Arraras, H. Jayasekara, L. Rajapakse, M. Ahlner-Elmqvist, P. Ballabeni, J. Bernhard, W. C. Chie, U. Abacioglu, J. Blazeby, J. Bruce, A. Davies, P. Fayers, L. Friend, Z. Krukowski, T. Massett, J. Nicklin, J. Ramage, N. Scott, A. Smyth-Cull, T. Young, D. Cella, D. L. Esseltine, C. Gotay, I. Pagano

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