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Erratum to: Evaluation of biases present in the cohort multiple randomised controlled trial design: a simulation study
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- Published: 22 March 2017
The original article was published in BMC Medical Research Methodology 2017 17:17
After publication of the original article , it came to the authors’ attention that there was an error affecting the References. The published Reference 14  is incorrect, and should have cited a different article by Pate et al. .
Pate et al.  should have been included in the Reference list as 14, and the subsequent references (and citations within the article text) should have been renumbered.
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