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23 Aug 2013 Corrections and clarifications

The results of aspiration biopsy cytology (Proceedings of the 11th Prefectural Oversight Committee Meeting for Fukushima Health Management Survey) were amended because of an editing error. Apologies.


◾In 2011/2012 the mean age said 17.3±2.0 (13-19, 11-17 at the time of the disaster); 17.2±1.9 (13-19, 11-18 at the time of the disaster), that should have said.
◾In 2012/2013 the mean age said 16.1±2.6; 16.1±2.8, that should have said.
◾Number of malignant or suspicious for malignancy by age and sex

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