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US Department of Health and Human Services. Women and Smoking. A Report of the Surgeon General. Rockville (MD): US Department of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, Office of the Surgeon General, 2001.

These items pertain only to the copies distributed at the press conference through April 8, 2001.

The final printed copies were corrected and were distributed after April 18, 2001.

Page 128, Table 2.38

The last row of the table under the column "Characteristic" should say "Men"

Page 210, Table 3.12

The title of the table should be "Age-standardized average annual death rate for lung cancer among women, 1990-1993, and average annual% increase between 1985 and 1990-1993, selected industrialized countries

Page 326, Table 3.49

Footnote †A should read "Smoking status ascertained after diagnosis."

Footnote **D should read "Smoking status ascertained before or soon after diagnosis."

Page 328, Table 3.50

Footnote ‡D should read "Smoking status ascertained before or soon after diagnosis."

Footnote ‡‡A should read "Smoking status ascertained after diagnosis."

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