CORRIGENDUM JNCI J Natl Cancer Inst (2018) 110(7): djy096 doi: 10.1093/jnci/djy096 First published online May 24, 2018 Corrigendum CORRIGENDUM Corrigendum to “Neoadjuvant 5-FU or Capecitabine Plus Radiation On page 6, the sentence “Although we did observe a numeri- With or Without Oxaliplatin in Rectal Cancer Patients: A Phase III cally greater number of deaths while on or within 45 days of ac- Randomized Clinical Trial” by Carmen J. Allegra et al. JNCI: J Natl tive treatment .. . this increase did not reach statistical Cancer Inst. 2015; 107(11): doi: 10.1093/jnci/djv248. significance and the overall survival among the arms was iden- tical HR ¼ 1.0)” should instead read as the following: “We ob- On page 4, the sentence “Further unplanned analysis that served a numerically greater number of deaths while on or within 45 days of active treatment ... and this increase did included only patients at high risk for recurrence (lymph node-positive and clinical stage TIII/IV disease) also demon- reach statistical significance but the overall survival among the arms was identical (HR ¼ 0.94).” strated ...” should instead read as the following: “Further unplanned analysis that included only patients at high risk for recurrence (pathologic lymph node-positive and pathologic On page 7 in the discussion, the sentence “An unplanned retro- stage TIII/IV disease) also demonstrated ...” spective exploratory analysis of only those patients with either clinical stage TIII with node positivity or those with T4 lesions showed ...” should instead read as the following: “An On page 5, the sentence “Although there were numerically more deaths (on treatment and within 45 days of completing unplanned retrospective exploratory analysis of only those patients with either pathologic stage TIII/IV with node positivity neoadjuvant treatment) in the capecitabine arms (4 and 5 vs 1 each for the capecitabine vs 5-FU arms, respectively), these dif- showed ...” ferences did not reach statistical significance (p¼0.64 Fisher’s exact test, post-amendment, 2 vs 9 deaths (0.091, pre and post- In addition, we have published a new Figure 5, which contains amendment, 3 vs 10 deaths)” should instead read as the follow- the corrected hazard ratios in both panel A and B that match ing: “There were numerically more deaths (on treatment and the original text. The hazard ratios were reversed in the original within 45 days of completing neoadjuvant treatment) in the figure, but the text in the results was correct. capecitabine arms (4 and 5 vs 1 each for the capecitabine vs 5- FU arms, respectively), and these differences did reach statisti- The authors regret the errors. cal significance (p¼0.037 Fisher’s exact test, post-amendment, 2 vs 9 deaths (0.056, pre and post-amendment, 3 vs 10 deaths).” © The Author(s) 2018. Published by Oxford University Press. All rights reserved. For permissions, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org Downloaded from https://academic.oup.com/jnci/article-abstract/110/7/794/5003343 by Ed 'DeepDyve' Gillespie user on 11 July 2018
JNCI: Journal of the National Cancer Institute – Oxford University Press
Published: May 24, 2018
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