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Article
February 7, 1996

Incorrect Sentence.

JAMA. 1996;275(5):362. doi:10.1001/jama.1996.03530290032033

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Abstract

—In the Letter by David Nunley, MD, entitled "Motorcycle Helmet Use and Injuries," published in the September 27,1995, issue of The Journal (1995;274:941), the second sentence of the second paragraph should read: "However, comparing the only truly useful death rate statistic, ie, deaths per 100 crashes, between states with and without compulsory helmet laws shows no significant difference in this figure."

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