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Footnotes to Title Page 

Manuscript Preparation

Cheryl Iverson

Footnotes should be avoided within the text. Such explanatory material can usually be incorporated into the text parenthetically. The footnotes discussed below are those that may appear at the bottom of the first page of major articles. The preferred order of the footnotes at the bottom of the first page of an article in JAMA and the Archives Journals is as follows (see also , Typography). Note: Not all articles will include all of these. ▪ Author affiliations ▪ Death of an author (death dagger [†]) (see , Footnotes to Title Page, Death) ▪ Information about members of a group

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