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National Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Conference

CDC will sponsor the National Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Conference, December 7-9, 1992, in Atlanta. Representatives from state- and community-based childhood lead poisoning prevention programs, state and local government agencies, private and public organizations and institutions, academia, and child-health advocacy groups are invited.

The conference goal is to strengthen childhood lead poisoning prevention programs and efforts nationwide through information exchange and discussion about prevention activities and scientific research. Conference topics will include 1) screening and follow-up, 2) managing the leaded environment, 3) community education and outreach, 4) epidemiology and surveillance, and 5) directions for the future.

Additional information and registration materials are available from Yvonne Chrimes, PACE Enterprises, Inc., 17 Executive Park Drive, Suite 200, Atlanta, GA 30329; telephone (404) 633-8610; fax (404) 633-8745.

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