Doctor recognized for environmental health activism October 29, 2019

Portland Press Herald

As an environmental health activist, Dr. Lani Graham believes that climate change is the leading health crisis facing humans today.

But in recent years she’s mostly focused on the fight to remove toxins from drinking water, food products and food packaging, as well as playing a key role in addressing the issue of lead poisoning in children.

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