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Lead toxicity

Featured Expert: Bruce Lanphear
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Contact: 778.782.8650; bruce_lanphear@sfu.ca

A new study published in Pediatrics shows that lead levels in children has dropped substantially over the past 20 years. SFU health sciences professor is a noted expert on children's environmental health and is currently leading a study on the impact of such factors as lead and tobacco on children's health.

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