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Correction for “Desvenlafaxine and Weight Change in Major Depressive Disorder”

Karen A. Tourian, MD; Claire Leurent, PhD; Jay Graepel, PhD; and Philip T. Ninan, MD

Published: November 7, 2011


In the article “Desvenlafaxine and Weight Change in Major Depressive Disorder” by Karen A. Tourian, MD, and colleagues published in Volume 12, Issue 1 (Prim Care Companion J Clin Psychiatry 2010;12[1]:e1-e8), the symbols for the P values in Figure 3B were transposed. The online article at has been corrected. The staff regret the error.

Volume: 13

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