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First of all, I'm not sure if the analysis name is uncensored cox or it has other names.

I watched this youtube video, which is done in stata. So, anyone can recommend any package in R that able to do this? Or any links how to do this?

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I figured out how to do it. Just make sure the all status equal to 1 and run normal cox in survival package.

I just put the answer here, in case anyone run into the same question.

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