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August 23, 1995

Incorrect Data.

JAMA. 1995;274(8):612. doi:10.1001/jama.1995.03530080028036

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—In the Original Contribution entitled "Variation in Patient Utilities for Outcomes of the Management of Chronic Stable Angina: Implications for Clinical Practice Guidelines," published in the April 19, 1995, issue of The JOURNAL (1995;273:1185-1190), incorrect data appeared in Tables 1 and 3. In Table 1, the percentage of white patients at Duke and Dartmouth should be 29.4% and 100%, respectively. In Table 3, the median standard gamble utility for patients with very mild, mild, or moderate angina should be 0.95, and for those with severe or very severe angina, it should be 0.94.

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