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Comparison of the effects of low childhood socioeconomic position and low adulthood socioeconomic position on self rated health in four European studies
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    Description of the GAZEL cohort study

    Dear Editors,

    It has come to my attention that an error crept into the description of the GAZEL cohort study in the article published by Hyde et al. in the October 2006 issue of the Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health.

    The correct number of participants is 20 624, rather than 15 000. The best description of the cohort's baseline characteristics is provided in Goldberg M, Leclerc A, Bonenfant S,...

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