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January 1, 1992

Incorrect Wording and Financial Disclosure Omitted.

JAMA. 1992;267(1):56. doi:10.1001/jama.1992.03480010064025

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Abstract

—A sentence in the group of letters entitled "Neurobehavioral Effects of Anticonvulsants" in the July 24/31 issue of The Journal (1991;266:516-517) was worded incorrectly. In the letter by Drs Loring and Meador on page 516, the last complete sentence in the first column should have read as follows: "However, the same differences were also present while receiving placebo [not for patients who received placebo], indicating preexisting group differences on these tests." Omission of Dr Trimble's funding also occurred in this same group of letters and in the editorial of the same title published in the March 13 issue of The Journal (1991;265:1307-1308). Both the letter and the editorial should have included the following information: "Dr Trimble has received honoraria for lecturing and research grants from Merrell-Dow Ine, Ciba-Geigy Corp, Parke-Davis, Sanofi-Labaz, Duphar, and Hoechst."

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