The Epidemiology team at the Detroit Health Department rigorously stress- tested Detroit’s lead numbers. The findings suggest a true decline in EBLL levels rather than a decrease in lead testing or a change in the characteristics of the children who are being tested.
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El-Sayed, A. M., Hill, A. B., & Haroon, H. Lead Report 2016. Detroit, MI: Detroit Health Department; April 2016.
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