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Erratum to: Experiences and attitudes of residents regarding a community-based genome cohort study in Japan: a population-based, cross-sectional study

BMC Medical GenomicsBMC series – open, inclusive and trusted201710:6

https://doi.org/10.1186/s12920-016-0238-x

Received: 29 November 2016

Accepted: 8 December 2016

Published: 12 January 2017

The original article was published in BMC Medical Genomics 2016 9:14

Erratum

After the publication of this article the authors noticed that an incorrect version of Table 3 is shown. The correct version can be seen on the following page.
Table 3

Relationship between awareness of the benefit of genome study and awareness of the Nagahama study, self-rated understanding of terminology, concern, and belief of usage of genetic information in companies or government bodies from Logistic Regression Analysis

 

Male (n = 704)

Female (n = 769)

The use of genetic information is helpful for disease treatment

 

The use of genetic information is helpful for disease treatment

 

Agree (n = 554)

NEW: Neutral or Disagree (n=115)

ORa

95%CI

P-value

Agree (n = 591)

NEW: Neutral or Disagree (n=121)

ORa

95%CI

P-value

n (%)

n (%)

n (%)

n (%)

High awareness of the Nagahama study

191 (34.8)

14 (12.4)

3.82

1.93–7.57

<0.001

326 (55.6)

40 (33.3)

2.63

1.63–4.24

<0.001

Self-rated understanding of terminology

 High

231 (41.8)

19 (16.5)

1

  

168 (28.8)

15 (12.6)

1

  

 Middle

206 (37.3)

30 (26.1)

0.66

0.34–1.29

0.223

224 (38.4)

37 (31.1)

0.72

0.36–1.42

0.342

 Low

116 (21.0)

66 (57.4)

0.24

0.12–0.46

<0.001

192 (32.9)

67 (56.3)

0.49

0.27–0.98

0.045

Concerns

 Financial infusion

456 (84.0)

60 (52.2)

4.37

2.49–7.69

<0.001

473 (81.4)

65 (53.7)

2.98

1.79–4.97

<0.001

 Privacy concerns

343 (62.5)

56 (49.6)

0.72

0.39–1.32

0.284

335 (56.9)

53 (43.8)

1.00

0.57–1.74

0.993

 Discriminations

250 (45.3)

39 (34.2)

1.38

0.47–2.58

0.315

234 (39.9)

38 (31.4)

0.77

0.43–1.38

0.386

 Unexpected negative effects

228 (41.4)

38 (33.0)

1.02

0.54–1.93

0.963

192 (32.6)

33 (27.5)

0.49

0.26–0.90

0.022

 Cloned human beings

203 (37.0)

35 (30.4)

0.87

0.46–1.66

0.682

191 (32.5)

24 (20.2)

2.27

1.16–4.46

0.017

Belief

 Company or government bodies use genome information

267 (48.8)

33 (29.7)

1.35

0.77–2.36

0.299

251 (42.7)

30 (25.0)

1.71

0.98–3.00

0.060

aAdjusted according to age and formal education duration

Notes

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Authors’ Affiliations

(1)
Department of Medical Communication, Kyoto University School of Public Health
(2)
Department of Health Infomatics, Kyoto University School of Public Health

Reference

  1. Keiko M, Miho I, Takeo N. Experiences and attitudes of residents regarding a community-based genome cohort study in Japan: a population-based, cross-sectional study. BMC Med Genomics. 2016;9:14. doi:10.1186/s12920-016-0175-8.View ArticleGoogle Scholar

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