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Recent Press Releases Referencing Zilber School of Public Health
The link was so strong that about half of gun violence perpetration and victimization was attributable to blood lead levels ? 5 µg/dL (the current reference level for elevated lead).
This brings the Zilber Foundation’s total support for the school to more than $12 million since 2007.
According to the Milwaukee Health Department, the primary sources of elevated blood lead levels in children are lead-based paint and leaded household dust, found in buildings built before 1978.