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Incomplete Financial Disclosures: In the Original Contribution entitled “Escitalopram and Problem-Solving Therapy for Prevention of Poststroke Depression: A Randomized Controlled Trial,” published in the May 28, 2008, issue of JAMA (2008;299:2391-2400), the financial disclosures on page 2399 were incomplete. They should have appeared as follows: “All of the authors received salary contributions from the grant supporting this study. Over the past 5 years, Dr Robinson reports serving as a consultant to the former Hamilton Pharmaceutical Company and Avanir Pharmaceutical Company; receiving support or honoraria from Lubeck, Forest Laboratories, and Pfizer; being on the speakers' bureau for Forest Laboratories and Pfizer; and receiving grant support from the National Institute of Mental Health. Dr Small reports that he conducted a research study funded by Northstar Neuroscience that was unrelated to this prevention study. Dr Arndt reports inheriting Pfizer stock, which he owned from January 6, 2005, to December 23, 2006, and receiving grant support from the National Institute of Mental Health. The former Hamilton Pharmaceutical Company and Avanir Pharmaceutical Company had no financial interest in this prevention study. No other authors reported any financial disclosures.”
Incomplete Financial Disclosures in: Escitalopram and Problem-Solving Therapy for Prevention of Poststroke Depression: A Randomized Controlled Trial. JAMA. 2009;301(10):1024. doi:10.1001/jama.301.10.1024
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