ACCLPPAdvisory Committee on Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention
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2000 Dec 8; 49(RR- 14):1-13.Advisory Committee on Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention (ACCLPP).
In January 2012, ACCLPP observed that these disparities can be traced to differences in housing quality, environmental conditions, nutrition, and other factors designed to control or eliminate lead exposure (4).
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.
Advisory Committee on Childhood Lead Poison Prevention (ACCLPP) meeting, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (slide 11).