A struggle with Titans

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Carlton Press, 1965 - Fluorine - 383 pages
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As a scientist and researcher, I found this book not only compelling but deeply disturbing. The case which Dr Waldbott presents represents a shamefull indictment of the wider medical and scientific community who still to this day refuse to accept that mass intoxication of the population with fluoridation chemicals may have negative health consequences for many unfortunate consumers. This book is a must read for any serious researcher who wishes to examine the history of fluoridation and how the establishment who promote this dangerous practice refuse to investigate or fund research into the wider health impacts associated with this policy. Almost 50 years on not much has changed. Yet one would hope that the recent review by the National Academies of the United States on Fluoride (2006) certainly vendicates much of what Dr Waldbott documented in this astonishing book. 

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