Impact On Blood Pb Levels of Maternal and Early Infant Feeding Practices of First Nation Cree in the Mushkegowuk Territory of Northern Ontario, Canada

Tested the hypothesis that wild game consumed by women of Mushkegowuk Territory may contain lead that might be transferred through blood or breast-milk to the fetus or infant.
Rhona M. Hanning
Ranjit Sandhu
Angus MacMillan
Lorraine Moss
Leonard J. S. Tsuji
Evert Nieboer
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Journal of Environmental Monitoring, vol. 5, no. 2, April 2003, pp. 241-245
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