October 2005
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Academic Journal
Correction Notice
Presents several corrections to articles published in previous issues of this journal. Correction to an article published in the August issue; Report that the article discusses the impact on disease outcome in individuals with hepatitis C infection from a single source; Correction to another article discussing randomised controlled trial comparing percutaneous radio frequency thermal ablation, percutaneous ethanol injection, and percutaneous acetic acid injection to treat hepatocellular carcinoma.


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