Taking Aim Against Fluoride in Drinking Water
As we mentioned last week, we labeled 2014 as the year to put a dent in water fluoridation. Here’s three more reasons to be concerned about water fluoridation:
- “Fluoride amounts to public murder on a grand scale.” A shocking quote from Dr. Dean Burk, former head of the National Cancer Institute’s Cytochemistry Sector, co-discoverer of biotin and publisher of more than 250 scientific articles. Why was he so concerned about the link between fluoride and cancer? Watch an interview with Dr. Burk here.
- Residents of Bernalillo County, home of Albuquerque, take note: Your Water Utility Authority Board is considering a reversal of a decision from 2011 to stop adding fluoride to drinking water. The move would cost taxpayers $400,000 initially, and $100,000 per year thereafter.
- Earlier we mentioned that the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) own National Health and Environmental Effects Research Laboratory says that fluoride is a chemical with “substantial evidence of developmental neurotoxicity”.
The good news is that people all over the world are taking this fight to the grassroots; we here in the U.S. must follow the lead set by nine states proposing anti-fluoridation bills last year.
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Stay tuned for more on this issue, and for how you can add your voice to the chorus calling for an end to forced fluoridation of our drinking water.