Talk:Herbert Needleman

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There reference to the Get-the-lead-out Guru" article is password protected and insufficiently referenced. It refers to an article in Science, but no page number or details are given.

Also references to the articles in Ethics & Behavior, (1993; 3(1), 73-93; 3(1), 95-101; 3(2), 199-206), would be helpful as they are an account by the accusers and accused in the allegations of scientific misconduct. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Incoherent boy (talkcontribs) 15:41, 7 January 2013 (UTC)

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timing of the lead exposure documented in teeth[edit]

There is an important, subtle point, not well covered in the article, about the timing of the lead exposure shown by examining deciduous teeth. The lead level in the teeth is related to lead exposure at the time the teeth were forming. The teeth were collected when they were shed. At that time the children were in school. Blood lead levels taken at the time the teeth were collected were not well correlated with parent and teachers behavior ratings at that time, or with behavior on 10 year follow up. However, lead levels in the teeth were highly correlated. The conclusion that shifted policy was that lead exposure at the time baby teeth were formed, near one year old, acted as a developmental neurotoxin, which produced an effect that the children never recovered from. Prior to this finding, it was assumed that removing lead from the body at the time of detection could reverse the effects of lead poisoning. AJim (talk) 03:12, 1 August 2017 (UTC)

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