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doi: 10.1097/01.COT.0000292593.56815.8e
Department: Corrections

In the June 10 issue, the last few words for two of the articles were cut off.

The last sentence of the article “Emerging Ethical Issues Facing Cancer Research Advocates” should read: “The advocate's role is to advocate for more and better research trials, and greater collaboration among stakeholders, not to advocate for specific studies or organizations.”

And in “Surveys Find Americans Still Uneducated about Colorectal Cancer,” the last sentence should read: “Dr. [Ruth] Carlos and her colleagues [at the University of Michigan] are currently testing whether showing women an educational video about colorectal cancer at the time of mammography will affect screening rates for that cancer.”

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