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J.W.L. currently provides consultation to Procter and Gamble. J.A.P. has served as an expert witness in childhood lead poisoning cases for the following firms: Ashcraft & Gerel, LLP, Baltimore, MD; Law Offices of Peter T. Nicholl, Baltimore, MD; and the Law Office of Dmitry Khrizman, LLC, Baltimore, MD. He has served as an expert witness related to chemical management policy (The Toxic Substances Control Act) for Sullivan, Ward, Asher & Patton, PC, Southfield, MI. The other authors have nothing to report.