ACCLPPAdvisory Committee on Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention
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CDC concurred with ACCLPP that primary prevention (i.
ACCLPP considered the usefulness of the "level of concern" as a result of accumulating scientific evidence of adverse effects of blood lead levels <10 [micro]g/dL in children.
The ACCLPP report included a recommendation to eliminate the use of the term "blood lead level of concern" based on evidence of adverse health effects of levels <10 [micro]g/dL in children.