Re: Tory Shepherd – I doubt it will be printed… Just way too much fact


GENRE: Email letter

TO: Tory Shepherd, ‘Health Reporter’ – Adelaide Now

AUTHOR: Jaya CD

DATE SENT: 20 October 2010 01:31

TITLE: Re: Tory Shepherd – I doubt it will be printed…  Just way too much fact

STATUS: No response

UPDATES: Any updates should be posted in the comments section below

I doubt it will be printed…  Just way too much fact.
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EXCERPT from Dr. Arvid Carlsson, a famed pharmacologist at Gothenburg University and winner of the 2000 Nobel Prize in Medicine/Physiology: (One comment on Water Fluoridation)

“Of course. I mean, as I said before, this is against all principles of modern pharmacology. It’s really obsolete. No doubt about that. I mean, I think those nations that are using it should feel ashamed of themselves. It’s against science.”

And, from the Coalition of U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Unions, a letter to U.S. Congress on Fluoride Regulation:

“Fluoride is a mitogen, increasing the rate of cell division; it has been shown to be mutagenic, damaging chromosomal structure; it accumulates primarily in bone, site of the cancer.”

Or this from ScienceLab.com:

“Precautions: Keep container dry. Do not ingest. Do not breathe dust. Avoid contact with eyes. Never add water to this product. Wear suitable protective clothing. If ingested, seek medical advice immediately and show the container or the label.”

Still smiling smugly, from your lazy research Tory?  Or was this a result of having a half a brain left, from drinking too much fluoride?!  Call yourself a ‘Health Reporter’? NOT.

cheers, Jaya

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