Corrections and clarifications

May 2005
BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);5/28/2005, Vol. 330 Issue 7502, p1258
Academic Journal
Correction notice
Presents corrections to the April 23, 2005 articles "Principles for international registration of protocol information and results from human trials of health related interventions: Ottawa statement (part 1)" and "Two drug firms advertised to patients," and the April 30 article "National survey of UK emergency endoscopy units," in the "British Medical Journal."


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