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To the Editor:
—Dr. Chester S. Keefer was good enough to call to my attention an error which Dr. Rappolt and I had made in citing Dr. Yang and himself in our article in the June 1945 issue of the Archives (p. 404). In this article we said: "Yang and Keefer have reported the only 2 cases of pernicious anemia in Chinese observed previously on this continent. They were cases of Minot's and apparently were typical." Yang and Keefer have reported 2 cases of pernicious anemia in Chinese patients, but these were observed in Peiping, China. In their article they refer to a case which Minot had observed in the United States. This case was not observed by them and has not been reported by Minot.
SCHWARTZ SO. PERNICIOUS ANEMIA IN CHINESE. Arch Intern Med (Chic). 1945;76(2):130. doi:10.1001/archinte.1945.00210320070011
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