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Scientific Report of the 2015 Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee
Written comments to the federal government on the Advisory Report are encouraged and will be accepted through midnight E.D.T. on May 8, 2015. Please allow until May 22, 2015 for comment submissions to be processed and posted for viewing.
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