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Tables That Contain Supplementary Information 

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Stacy Christiansen

Tables that contain important supplementary information that is too extensive to be published in the journal article may be made available from other sources. These tables may be available from the author or by electronic means (eg, online database, journal website, CD-ROM). Supplementary tables posted on the JAMA and Archives Journals website undergo review and editing because they are considered part of the journal’s content.

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