September 1968


Am J Dis Child. 1968;116(3):NP-NP. doi:10.1001/archpedi.1968.02100020337022

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In the original article by Boris et al, "Bacterial Interference," which appeared in the May 1968 issue of the Archives (115:521-529), the following corrections should be noted:

Doctor Florman is associated with the North Shore Hospital, Manhasset, NY, and not with the New York Hospital and Cornell Medical Center, New York.

The second sentence in the first paragraph under results (page 522) should have read, "This consisted of 12 families of 51 members in the control group and 16 families of 82 members in the 502A-inoculated group."

The second and third sentences of the summary (page 528) should have read, "In a control group of 42 individuals treated only with antibiotics, the original pathogenic strain recurred in 31 or 74% of the group, and 15 individuals had 27 staphylococcal lesions. In the group treated with antibiotics then colonized with 502A, the original pathogenic strain recurred in 18 of the 66

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