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January 13, 1975


JAMA. 1975;231(2):126. doi:10.1001/jama.1975.03240140006002

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The story about the "Sloan-Kettering Affair" (JAMAMedical News 229:1409 [Sept 9] 1974) inadvertently mentions the name of Bill Atchley, MD, instead of Franklin L. Ashley, MD. The reference occurred at a point where Robert A. Good, MD, PhD, states that one reason why he originally supported the work of William T. Summerlin, MD, is because these studies seemed to explain some unresolved questions in transplantation biology. Dr. Good referred specifically to the studies of Dr. Ashley and colleagues in Los Angeles on the influence of donor RNA on the acceptance of allografts (Ann NY Acad Sc 87:429, 1960). Dr. Atchley has never worked in the field of transplantation.