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—In the Letter entitled "Sclerodermalike Esophageal Disease in Children of Mothers With Silicone Breast Implants," published in the September 14, 1994, issue of The Journal (1994; 272:767-770), on page 770, the first reference of the reply by Drs Levine and Ilowite should be as follows:
To the Editor.
—Dr Pahor and colleagues1 report the intriguing association between habitual physical activity and reduced gastrointestinal hemorrhage (GIH) and discuss the potential for a direct causal relationship. An alternate possibility is an underlying causal factor common to both. A...
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—We were very interested in the JAMA Medical News & Perspectives1 article on mammography and the comments of Nancy Breen, PhD. She states that "[o]ne of the problems is that the women who need screening most—older women are at higher risk for breast cancer—often are using a...
—We concur with Dr Kirkland that subgroups of exposure are of less interest than total exposure to ETS and, as noted in our report, some exposures are more likely to be accurately recalled and reported than others. However, to estimate the risk of exposure to ETS, it is necessary to...
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