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Alaska Statue 09.65.090 (a).
- Danger rides along the trail—amazingly, no musher has ever died during the Iditarod despite severe weather and physical exhaustion.Anchorage Daily News. 1997;
☆The authors have no commercial associations or sources of support that might pose a conflict of interest. This study did not receive external funding. All authors have made substantive contributions to the study, and all authors endorse the data and conclusions. Reprints are not available from the authors.