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Editor’s Response

        Dr. Moran provided a financial disclosure in his original submission letter. It states: “This work was supported by a grant from Bayer Pharmaceuticals Corporation, West Haven, Connecticut.” This statement, unfortunately, was not included with publication of the original article.
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        • Approaches to Treatment of Community-Acquired Pneumonia in the Emergency Department and the Appropriate Role of Fluoroquinolones
          Journal of Emergency MedicineVol. 33Issue 2
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            Greg Moran is our colleague and friend and we believe that his professional and personal morals are beyond reproach. We are quite sure that he would disclose any relationships he has to the pharmaceutical industry on your journal’s conflict of interest form that is completed as part of the publication process. We are concerned, however, that your journal has failed to include these potential conflicts of interest with his article on community-acquired pneumonia (1). Given the importance of antibiotic choice in this disease and the strong links between antibiotics and the pharmaceutical industry, we think that this would be important information to provide to readers.
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