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Errata: Vol. 54, No. 10

In the report, "Trends in Tuberculosis --- United States, 2004," on page 246, the last sentence of the first full paragraph should read as follows: "Of these seven states, two reported increases in cases and rates for 2004 (Texas, 4.0% increase in rate per 100,000 population; and Florida, 1.0%); the other five states reported decreases in cases and rates (California, 8.4% decrease in rate per 100,000 population; Georgia, 2.5%; Illinois, 10.9%; New Jersey, 3.3%; and New York, 7.3%)."

Also on page 246, errors occurred in the second, third, and fourth footnotes. The second and third footnotes should begin as follows:

"§ States reporting declines in cases and rates in 2004 (number of cases, % decrease in rates per 100,000 population from 2003 to 2004):"

" States/areas reporting increases in cases and rates in 2004 (number of cases, % increase in rates per 100,000 population from 2003 to 2004):"

The fourth footnote, should read as follows:

"** States reporting the same number of cases and declines in rates in 2004 (number of cases, % decrease in rates per 100,000 population from 2003 to 2004) were Hawaii (116, 1.1%), Oregon (106, 0.8%), and Delaware (32, 1.5%)."

On page 247, in Figure 1, errors occurred in the shading used to indicate the rate range groups for three states. The shading should indicate the following: Maine, <1.7 per 100,000 population; New Hampshire, 1.8--2.8; and Pennsylvania, 1.8--2.8.

 

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Date last reviewed: 4/21/2005

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