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March 22, 1976

"Not" Omitted

JAMA. 1976;235(12):1212. doi:10.1001/jama.1976.03260380016016

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In the CLINICAL DERMATOLOGY article, "Therapy of Psoriasis 1975," published in the Jan 12 issue (235:197-198, 1976), an error was made on p 198. The sentence beginning in the first line of column 2 should read: "Other comparatively minor side effects, eg, gastrointestinal symptoms, may inhibit enthusiasm for its use, but until the time when it can be shown not to be thromboembologenic, its use will be limited." As published, the word "not" was omitted.