Read “The unprecedented lead-poisoning outbreak: Ethical issues in a troubling broader context“, Public Health Ethics first published online 11 September 2014.

A young boy sits on a stack of ore sacks in the mining processing site in Bagega village. © 2011 Marcus Bleasdale/VII for Human Rights Watch http://www.hrw.org/news/2012/12/06/nigeria-death-stalking-lead-poisoned-children Photo credit for top photo: http://www.evidence4action.net/e4a-weekly-news-roundup-week-4/
A young boy sits on a stack of ore sacks in the mining processing site in Bagega village.
© 2011 Marcus Bleasdale/VII for Human Rights Watch
http://www.hrw.org/news/2012/12/06/nigeria-death-stalking-lead-poisoned-children
Photo credit for top photo: http://www.evidence4action.net/e4a-weekly-news-roundup-week-4/

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