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In the Original Investigation by Rahme et al titled "Association Between Naproxen Use and Protection Against Acute Myocardial Infarction," published in the May 27 issue of the ARCHIVES (2002;162:1111-1115), an error occurred in the "Comment" section on page 1115. The last sentence of the third paragraph on that page should have read as follows: "However, Santé Québec (a government public health agency [written communication, 1992-1993]) reports that, during the years of the study, older Quebecois acquired the following agents over the counter (given as proportions of the total numbers of those who used the agents): acetaminophen (5.5%), NSAIDs (0.5%), and aspirin (0.3%)." The journal regrets the error.
Error in Text. Arch Intern Med. 2002;162(16):1858. doi:10.1001/archinte.162.16.1858
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