Steven Marcus from New Jersey Medical School: Taking a Closer Look at the Recent Lead Crisis


As the country has seen headlines about exposure to lead recently there have been more questions than answers about what that means for people and how much lead is safe in daily life.

Just how much lead is in our water? Beyond the headlines about pollution in Flint, MI, and high lead levels in water in schools in Newark, NJ, the question goes unanswered.

Steven Marcus, MD, of the New Jersey Medical School at Rutgers University offered his analysis during a recent interview with MD Magazine.

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