Comments:163 dead after lead poisoning in Nigeria

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Outbreak?106:27, 6 June 2010
Oh dear006:27, 6 June 2010

That last line seems weird. How would WHO or CDC prevent an "outbreak" of lead poisoning. It's not contagious. The government just has to stop people from mining the areas with lead. As soon as the mining stops, lead poisoning will stop.--64.252.118.59 (talk) 00:03, 6 June 2010 (UTC)

64.252.118.59 (talk)00:03, 6 June 2010

How did you know that the results will be immediate?

Kayau (talk · contribs)06:27, 6 June 2010
 

This is so sad. Poor toddlers.

Kayau (talk · contribs)06:27, 6 June 2010