Lead Poisoning: A Doctor's Lifelong Crusade To Save Children From It

It's 1957. Dr. Herbert Needleman is on his way to see a 3-year-old patient at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.

Needleman's a young doctor, 6 feet tall with brown eyes and dark hair. This is the first case of lead poisoning he's ever seen. And when he shows up, the girl is not in good shape.

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