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March 28, 2005

Fish Consumption and Stroke Risk in Elderly Individuals: The Cardiovascular Health Study—Correction

Arch Intern Med. 2005;165(6):683. doi:10.1001/archinte.165.6.683

Error in Figure. In the Original Investigation by Mozaffarian and colleagues titled “Fish Consumption and Stroke Risk in Elderly Individuals: The Cardiovascular Health Study,” published in the January 24, 2005, issue of the ARCHIVES (2005;165:200-206), an error occurred in the Figure on page 203, in which all except the black survival line were deleted during printing. The correct Figure appears below.

Figure.
Survival free of stroke, according to tuna/other fish and fried fish/fish sandwich consumption. P = .002 and P = .02 for survival differences according to tuna/other fish (A) and fried fish/fish sandwich (B) intake, respectively (log-rank tests for equality of survivor functions).

Survival free of stroke, according to tuna/other fish and fried fish/fish sandwich consumption. P = .002 and P = .02 for survival differences according to tuna/other fish (A) and fried fish/fish sandwich (B) intake, respectively (log-rank tests for equality of survivor functions).

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