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Today the NIEHS-funded Southern California Environmental Health Sciences Center (SCEHSC) is working to raise awareness about these impacts.
The SCEHSC, spurred by community concerns raised at a 2001 Town Meeting it sponsored, has been dedicating significant attention to these global trade impacts.
Among these are the results of the 10-year longitudinal Children's Health Study (directed by SCEHSC director John Peters), which shows a larger proportion of children in more polluted communities suffering lung function deficits, with lifelong health significance.