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SPH Roundtable: Environmental threats to children

How to protect children from the toxic agents that permeate our environment was the topic of the latest SPH Roundtable. The event featured a keynote address from Philip Landrigan, of the Mount Sinai School of Medicine.

Landrigan is known for his work in protecting children from environmental threats to health, most notably lead and pesticides. He has been a leader in developing the National Children’s Study, the largest study of children’s health and the environment ever launched in the United States.

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