COLLINS: "Yes, I do believe that an investigation following on the original WHO investigation is needed. You may have seen The Wall Street Journal report just yesterday indicating that there is a serious effort now within the U.S. government between the State Department, the Department of Health and Human Services, the Department of Agriculture, and five other federal agencies to put forward to WHO what we believe ought to be the components of such a follow-up investigation that should be science-based, should be looking at evidence, should be rigorous, should try to get answers to the questions that the first investigation was not able to derive. So, NIH will undoubtedly play some role in that, although it obviously is occurring at the department level. So yes. To answer your question directly, we do believe that a follow-up investigation is appropriate and we’re working on answers to your letter with 29 questions and 40 footnotes and 11 pages, it’s taking us a little longer than a few days."