Erratum, Vol. 12, July 23 Release
ERRATUM — Volume 12 — September 24, 2015
Suggested citation for this article: Erratum, Vol. 12, July 23 Release. Prev Chronic Dis 2015;12:140491e. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5888/pcd12.140491eexternal icon.
In the article “Lasting Effects of the Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program on Breast Cancer Detection and Outcomes, Ohio, 2000–2009,” an error was made in defining standard treatment among women who had a diagnosis of local-stage cancer; the definition failed to account for radiation therapy. The authors reran their analyses, and although the conclusions of the study did not change, the raw percentages of women receiving standard treatment in the various subgroups did, and so did some of the results from the multivariable analysis. Changes were made to Table 1 (last 2 rows), Table 2 (last 2 columns), and Table 3 (middle column). In addition, the percentages in the following sentence found in the second paragraph of the Results section were changed to “Receipt of standard treatment was lower in the BCCP group than in the low-income non-BCCP group (70.5% vs 71.4%) and lowest among one-time BCCP users (58.8%).”
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