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Article
October 1, 1997

Incorrect Numbers.

JAMA. 1997;278(13):1064. doi:10.1001/jama.1997.03550130038033

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Abstract

—In The Medical Literature article entitled "Users' Guides to the Medical Literature, XII: How to Use an Article on Economic Analysis of Clinical Practice, B: What Are the Results and Will They Help Me in Caring for My Patients?" published in the June 11, 1997, issue of The Journal (1997;277:1802-1806), incorrect numbers appeared in the text and in Table 2. On page 1802, third column, the dollar amount in the fourth complete sentence should read $2709.60 (not $2760); in Table 2, the fourth entry in the last column should read 0.0829 (not 0.029); and on page 1803, second column, third paragraph, fourth sentence, the number in parentheses should read 0.0829 (not 0.029).

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