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Philadelphia's Lead Court is making a difference.

Campbell C, Gracely EJ, Cummings C, Pan S, Palermo P, Gould GD.

J Health Polit Policy Law. 2013 Aug;38(4):709-33. doi: 10.1215/03616878-2208585. Epub 2013 May 3.

PMID:
23645871
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Public health and law collaboration: the Philadelphia Lead Court study.

Campbell C, Gracely E, Pan S, Cummings C, Palermo P, Gould G.

Am J Public Health. 2013 Jul;103(7):1271-7. doi: 10.2105/AJPH.2012.301076. Epub 2013 May 16.

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Are local laws the key to ending childhood lead poisoning?

Korfmacher KS, Hanley ML.

J Health Polit Policy Law. 2013 Aug;38(4):757-813. doi: 10.1215/03616878-2208603. Epub 2013 May 3.

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Health and housing collaboration at LAST: the Philadelphia Lead Abatement Strike Team.

Campbell C, Himmelsbach R, Palermo P, Tobin R.

Public Health Rep. 2005 May-Jun;120(3):218-23.

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Rochester's lead law: evaluation of a local environmental health policy innovation.

Korfmacher KS, Ayoob M, Morley R.

Environ Health Perspect. 2012 Feb;120(2):309-15. doi: 10.1289/ehp.1103606. Epub 2011 Oct 14.

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The effectiveness of housing policies in reducing children's lead exposure.

Brown MJ, Gardner J, Sargent JD, Swartz K, Hu H, Timperi R.

Am J Public Health. 2001 Apr;91(4):621-4.

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Enforcement of lead hazard remediation to protect childhood development.

Evens A, Gard BJ.

J Law Med Ethics. 2005 Winter;33(4 Suppl):40-5. No abstract available.

PMID:
16689157
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The effect of lead-based paint hazard remediation on blood lead levels of lead poisoned children in New York City.

Leighton J, Klitzman S, Sedlar S, Matte T, Cohen NL.

Environ Res. 2003 Jul;92(3):182-90.

PMID:
12804514
9.

Costs and benefits of enforcing housing policies to prevent childhood lead poisoning.

Brown MJ.

Med Decis Making. 2002 Nov-Dec;22(6):482-92.

PMID:
12458978
10.

Prevention of childhood lead poisoning.

Campbell C, Osterhoudt KC.

Curr Opin Pediatr. 2000 Oct;12(5):428-37. Review.

PMID:
11021406
11.

National evaluation of the US Department of Housing and Urban Development Lead-Based Paint Hazard Control Grant Program: study methods.

Galke W, Clark S, McLaine P, Bornschein R, Wilson J, Succop P, Roda S, Breysse J, Jacobs D, Grote J, Menrath W, Dixon S, Chen M, Buncher R.

Environ Res. 2005 Jul;98(3):315-28.

PMID:
15910786
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Using community-based participatory research to shape policy and prevent lead exposure among Native American children.

Petersen DM, Minkler M, Vásquez VB, Kegler MC, Malcoe LH, Whitecrow S.

Prog Community Health Partnersh. 2007 Fall;1(3):249-56. doi: 10.1353/cpr.2007.0028.

PMID:
20208287
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Effects of HUD-supported lead hazard control interventions in housing on children's blood lead.

Clark S, Galke W, Succop P, Grote J, McLaine P, Wilson J, Dixon S, Menrath W, Roda S, Chen M, Bornschein R, Jacobs D.

Environ Res. 2011 Feb;111(2):301-11. doi: 10.1016/j.envres.2010.11.003. Epub 2010 Dec 22.

PMID:
21183164
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Preventing lead poisoning in New York City: priorities for lead abatement in housing.

Goodman AK, Shultz H, Klitzman S, Kimmelblatt M, Spadaro W.

Bull N Y Acad Med. 1993 Winter;70(3):236-50.

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Lead toxicity and public health policy.

Millstone E, Russell J.

J R Soc Health. 1995 Dec;115(6):347-50.

PMID:
8568780
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A comparison of the prevalence of lead-contaminated imported Chinese ceramic dinnerware purchased inside versus outside Philadelphia's Chinatown.

Gilmore T, O'Malley GF, Lau WB, Vann DR, Bromberg A, Martin A, Gibbons A, Rimmer E.

J Med Toxicol. 2013 Mar;9(1):16-20. doi: 10.1007/s13181-012-0225-3.

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Lead-based paint awareness, work practices, and compliance during residential construction and renovation.

Blando JD, Antoine N, Lefkowitz D.

J Environ Health. 2013 May;75(9):20-7; quiz 51.

PMID:
23734528

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