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We would like to acknowledge the contributions of Mark S. Klug, MD, and William Littlefield, MD, for allowing us to include several of their patients in the analysis. We would also like to thank Ronald J. Markert, PhD, for his advice in the statistical analyses and William Vitello, MD, for helping to develop some of the preliminary concepts of this project. Phyllis Salyers offered invaluable organizational support over many years.
No benefits in any form have been received or will be received related directly or indirectly to the subject of this article.