October 2007
Mayo Clinic Proceedings;Oct2007, Vol. 82 Issue 10, p1291
Academic Journal
Correction notice
The article presents corrections to articles that were published in previous issues including "Should Physicians Participate in Capital Punishment?" in the September 2007 issue and an incorrect title of a book in the "Book Reviews" section in the August 2007 issue.


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