Relationship Between Total and Biaccessible Lead on Children's Blood Lead Levles in Urban Residential Philadelphia Soils. This dataset is not publicly accessible because: EPA cannot release personally identifiable information regarding living individuals, according to the Privacy Act and the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). This dataset contains information about human research subjects. Because there is potential to identify individual participants and disclose personal information, either alone or in combination with other datasets, individual level data are not appropriate to post for public access. Restricted access may be granted to authorized persons by contacting the party listed. It can be accessed through the following means: These data are from a human study collected under IRB protocol: Institutional Review Board approval was obtained from both the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC IRB Approval #6611, "John T. Lewis Community Childhood Blood Lead Prevalence and Health Housing) and the Philadelphia Department of Public Health (PDPH). As such, it is a violation of Federal Law to publish them. Format: These data are from a Regional study in Philadelphia. Institutional Review Board approval was obtained from both the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Philadelphia Department of Public Health (PDPH).
This dataset is associated with the following publication:
Bradham, K., C. Nelson, J. Kelly, A. Pomales, K. Scruto, T. Dignam, J. Misenheimer, K. Li, D. Obenour, and D. Thomas. Relationship Between Total and Bioaccessible Lead on Children’s Blood Lead Levels in Urban Residential Philadelphia Soils. ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY. American Chemical Society, Washington, DC, USA, 51(17): 10005-10011, (2017).