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Correction to: Low-dose radiation from A-bombs elongated lifespan and reduced cancer mortality relative to un-irradiated individuals

Genes and Environment201941:12

https://doi.org/10.1186/s41021-019-0127-6

  • Received: 19 March 2019
  • Accepted: 20 March 2019
  • Published:

The original article was published in Genes and Environment 2018 40:26

Correction: Genes Environ.

https://doi.org/10.1186/s41021-018-0114-3

In the original publication of this article [1], the author pointed out the reference list mismatched citations in the main text. All citations and references have been updated.

In Table 1, the data is in incorrect volume. The correct table is below.
Table 1

Comparison of solid cancer mortality in the lifespan study of A-bomb survivors with Japanese cancer mortality. Japanese average cancer deaths were calculated by dividing cancer deaths by total deaths each year during 1958–2009 [2]. Averages corresponding to survey periods were determined

Reporters

Year

Survey period

No. hibakusha or [NICa]

No. cancer deaths (%)

% Japanese average cancer deaths

Preston et al. [3]

2007

1958–1998

105,427

17,448 (16.6)

21.4 (1958–1998)

[25,427]

[3,994 (15.7)]

Ozasa et al. [4]

2012

1958–200

86,611

10,929 (12.6)

22.3 (1958–2003)

[26,529]

[NAb]

Grant et al. [5]

2017

1958–2009

80,205

17,316 (21.5)

23.3 (1958–2009)

[25,239]

[5,222 (20.6)]

anot in the city; b not available

The publisher apologizes to the readers and author for the inconvenience.

The original publication has been corrected.

Notes

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Authors’ Affiliations

(1)
School of Pharmacy, Shujitsu University, 1-6-1 Nishigawara, Naka-Ku, Okayama-Shi 703-8516, Japan

Reference

  1. Sutou S. Low-dose radiation from A-bombs elongated lifespan and reduced cancer mortality relative to un-irradiated individuals. Genes Environ. 2018;40:26. https://doi.org/10.1186/s41021-018-0114-3
  2. Vital Statistics Japan Ministry of Health, Labour, and Welfare (cancer_mortality(1958- 016).xls in https://ganjoho.jp/reg_stat/statistics/dl/index.html. Accessed 1 Oct 2018
  3. Preston DL, Ron E, Tokuoka S, Funamoto S, Nishi N, Soda M, et al. Solid cancer incidence in atomic bomb survivors: 1958-1998. Radiat Res. 2007;168:1–64.Google Scholar
  4. Ozasa K, Shimizu Y, Suyama A, Kasagi F, Soda M, Grant EJ, et al. Studies of the mortality of atomic bomb survivors, report 14, 1950-2003: an overview of cancer and non cancer diseases. Radiat Res. 2012;177:229–43.Google Scholar
  5. Grant EJ, Brenner A, Sugiyama H, Sakata R, Sadakane A, Utada M, et al. Solid Cancer incidence among the life span study of atomic bomb survivors: 1958-2009. Radiat Res. 2017;187:513–37.Google Scholar

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