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In the letter by Wilson and Schwarzman [Environ Health Perspect 117:A386 (2009)], the last sentence in the first paragraph was incorrect. The corrected sentence is as follows:
We would add that public policy that accurately reflects current science—and the needs of the chemicals market—is instrumental to the widespread adoption of green chemistry.
EHP apologizes for the error.