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Lead Poisoned Adults Egroup (LPAE): To discuss current issues related to lead poisoning as it affects adults. Most members are adults with lead poisoning and this group talks about how adults can be seriously affected by lead. This group also discusses different adverse effects of lead on adults such as reproductive health effects, and effects on kidneys, nervous system, cardiovascular and circulation, intellectual and mental functioning, behavior, sensory, gastrointestinal digestive and many more like these. Although the primary focus is on lead poisoning, we also discuss other heavy metals (for example: mercury, cadmium, arsenic, antimony). Much of the discussion on the list is about lead detoxification ("chelation"). This process is discussed in detail. All class of lead poisoned adults are invited to this group and their contribution will be much appreciated. Other disorders and issues related to lead poisoning are also welcome. Plumbism is the medical term for lead poisoning but the definition used by The LEAD Group Inc, Australia is intended here, ie a blood lead level above 10 micrograms per decilitre.
Please be advised:
Statements posted on this list are for information only, and should NOT be taken as medical advice. If you need medical advice, you should seek it from those who are authorized to give medical advice: doctors. You are responsible for any decisions you make, or actions you take (or do not take).
If you would like to be put in telephone contact with other LPAE members please send an email with your details. You can send an email via the Contact Us at http://www.lead.org.au/cu.html or phone 1800 626 086 from within Australia or +61 2 9716 0132 from outside Australia.

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  • Dec 12, 2005
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