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I have time to event data (survival analysis). All animals experienced the event during the study period, i.e. no censored observations. Does this affect the validity of survival models (Kaplan-Meier or Cox Proportional Hazard)?

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No. This just makes the estimation easier because you have complete data. Complete data gives more information than a data set that has some right-censored observations.

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