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Principal Author: Phil B. Fontanarosa, MD, MBA
Thanks to the following for reviewing this chapter and providing comments: Helene Cole, MD, formerly of JAMA; Trevor Lane, MA, DPhil, Edanz Group, Fukuoka, Japan; Peter J. Olson, ELS, Sheridan Journal Services, Waterbury, Vermont; Fred Rivara, MD, MPH, JAMA Network Open and University of Washington, Seattle; and Jody W. Zylke, MD, JAMA.
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