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January 11, 2011

Irvine project: An article in the Jan. 10 Business section about private developer FivePoint Communities Inc.'s securing additional financing to move forward with a housing project said construction of homes at the Great Park would begin next year; in fact, construction at the Orange County Great Park is expected to begin in 2013. The article also said that the developer and the city of Irvine reached a deal to expand the number of homes, among other things. In fact, the city's decision to expand the number of homes was not part of that deal. The article also said that Boston-based State Street Bank & Trust Co. was an original investor in the project; State Street was actually a lender.

Avastin: A Dec. 17 article in Section A about the Food and Drug Administration's move to withdraw approval of the drug Avastin for breast cancer patients quoted Diana Zuckerman, president of the National Research Center for Women and Families, as saying, "The evidence is clear. It doesn't work." However, the article omitted her comment that women currently taking Avastin should continue to receive insurance coverage as long as they receive an explanation from the FDA about the drug's risks.

Dinner theater: An article in the Jan. 7 Calendar about dinner theaters in Southern California said Citrus College was in Glendale. The school is in Glendora.

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