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NTP — Anthraquinone Report: Interim Response, June 4, 2004

June 4, 2004

Mr. Jerry A. Cook 
Technical Director 
Chemical Products Corporation 
P.O. Box 2470 
Cartersville, GA 30120-1692

Re: Request for Correction of Information submitted by Chemical Products Corporation to NIH

Dear Mr. Cook:

Your request for correction of information under the National Institutes of Health Guidelines for Ensuring the Quality of Information Disseminated to the Public dated February 6, 2004, submitted on behalf of the Chemical Products Corporation is still under review. While our goal is to respond within 60 days to such requests, we are unable to do so in this case. We anticipate that a response providing the Agency's views will be forwarded to you by August 4, 2004.

Thank you for your interest in the quality of information disseminated by NIH. Should you have any questions, please contact me on 301-496-5633.


Susan R. Cornell 
Office of Communications and Public Liaison, NIH 
Building 31, Room 5B35 
9000 Rockville Pike 
Bethesda, MD 20892

cc: B. Greenberg, DHHS

NIH/OD/OCPL/FOI:SCornell:August 23, 2004

Official File located in OD/OCPL/FOI

Last Revised:  August, 2004