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January 1, 1997

Incorrect Data.

JAMA. 1997;277(1):24. doi:10.1001/jama.1997.03540250032027

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Abstract

Incorrect Data.  —In the Original Contribution entitled "Changes in Bone Mineral Content in Male Athletes: Mechanisms of Action and Intervention Effects," published in the July 17, 1996, issue of The Journal (1996;276:226-230), incorrect data appeared in the abstract, text, and Table. On page 226, the fifth line in the "Results" section of the abstract should read as follows: Dermal calcium loss averaged 247 mg per training session.On page 227, in the right-hand column, second paragraph, 15th line, the values should be -0.08 (0.077) mmol/L [-0.32 (0.31) mg/dL]. On page 229, in the left-hand column, first paragraph, the fourth line should read as follows: Mean (SD) loss of calcium from sweat across the 3 days of training averaged 247 (94.6) mg.Also, on page 229, the Table should be replaced with the accompanying Revised Table.

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