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In the article "Fever of Unknown Origin Secondary to Brewer's Yeast Ingestion," published in the March issue of the Archives (136:332-333, 1976), an error was made in the amount of brewer's yeast consumed by the patient (page 332, column 2, line 28). The patient ingested 2,700 to 3,150 mg of brewer's yeast daily, not 2,700 to 3,150 gm.
Milligrams, not Grams. Arch Intern Med. 1976;136(12):1362. doi:10.1001/archinte.1976.03630120014007
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