December 2006
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The article presents corrections to two articles including "Limitations of Estimating Glomerular Filtration Rate From Serum Creatinine in the General Population," in the November 2006 issue and in the "Baruch Blumberg— Work on Hepatitis B Virus" in the September 2003 issue.


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