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BMJ 1999; 318 doi: (Published 20 March 1999) Cite this as: BMJ 1999;318:819
  1. George Dunea, attending physician.
  1. Cook County Hospital, Chicago, Illinois

    A recent letter drew my attention to a terrible mistake I made in my column on vampires (9 January, p 135). I inadvertently wrote that vampires should be confronted at night, when in fact their strength at that time is at its maximum. I hasten to make this correction to avoid serious accidents. Regarding the gentle criticism that my account was incomplete, this is because you can squeeze only so much vampire stuff into a small space, or even a …

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