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The second authors name in the paper titled, The concept of brain death did not evolve to benefit organ transplants (J Med Ethics 2007;33:197–200). The correct author listing is Calixto Machado, Julius Kerein, Yazmina Ferrer, Liana Portela, Maria de la C García, José M Manero. The journal apologises for this error.
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