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Childhood Lead Poisoning Data, Statistics, and Surveillance

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Lead Poisoning Prevention Program compiles state surveillance data for children age <72 months who were tested for lead at least once since January 1, 1997.

Data, Statistics, and Surveillance Topics

CDC’s National Surveillance Data

Data collected from state and local health departments


Standard surveillance definitions and classifications


A software application for childhood lead poisoning prevention program data management

CDC’s State Surveillance Data

State surveillance data, maps, and charts

Protocol for Quarterly Data Submission

Step-by-step directions for lead surveillance data submissions

Surveillance Objectives

Childhood lead poisoning surveillance objectives for CDC and state childhood lead poisoning prevention programs

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