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Association of a Woman's Own Birth Weight With Subsequent Risk for Gestational Diabetes—Correction FREE

JAMA. 2002;287(24):3212. doi:10.1001/jama.287.24.3212.
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Incorrect Data. In the Original Contribution entitled "Association of a Woman's Own Birth Weight With Subsequent Risk for Gestational Diabetes," published in the May 15, 2002, issue of THE JOURNAL (2002;287:2534-2541), 2 rate comparisons for gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) were transposed. On page 2540, the third sentence of the first complete paragraph should read as follows: "We observed interaction between minority status and age, with GDM rates (per 100 first pregnancies) among minority vs non-Hispanic white women as follows: 0.9 vs 1.3 (age <21 years), 2.9 vs 2.5 (age 21-24 years), 3.2 vs 2.6 (age 25 years or older) (P for interaction = .04)."

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