Other research

“Fluoride is a bio-accumulative, genotoxic carcinogen and endocrine disruptor with no useful role in any mammal. It is the major cause of Cataract Blindness and numerous, often fatal, calcification diseases of the soft tissues. Fluoride is absorbed through the oral tissues with no need to swallow.”
Dr Geoff Pain
BSc (Hons) PhD
Statement in Opposition to Artificial Water Fluoridation

A Refutation of the CADTH Report on Community Water Fluoridation of 2019. Analysis and Science Review; July 17, 2019.

Safe Water Calgary in collaboration with scientists, researchers, physicians, toxicologists and dentists across North America, Australia, Ireland and the UK.

Physiologic Conditions Affect Toxicity of Ingested Industrial Fluoride Used in Public Drinking Water

Richard Sauerheber, Department of Chemistry, University of California, USA. April 2018.

International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology (IAOMT): Position Paper against Fluoride Use in Water, Dental Materials, and Other Products for Dental and Medical Practitioners, Dental and Medical Students, Consumers, and Policy Makers.

Compiled, Developed, Written, and Released by David Kennedy, DDS, MIAOMT; Amanda Just, MS, Program Director of the IAOMT; John Kall, DMD, FAGD, MIAOMT; Griffin Cole, DDS, NMD, MIAOMT. Originally released on September 22, 2017.

Counting the Cost of the Way We Choose to Live: The Damage to Health

Dr Peter John Mansfield, MA, MB, B Chir FRSA, GP and independent scientist, member of the Advisory Board for the Systematic Review of Public Water Fluoridation conducted by the NHS Centre for Reviews and Dissemination, University of York (known as “The York Review”, McDonagh et al., 2000).

Artificial Water Fluoridation: Off to a poor start / fluoride injures the newborn

Sheldon Thomas; Director, Clear Water Legacy Inc. January 1, 2015

Fluoridation Letters Sent to the US Food and Drug Administration

95 Set Series
July, 2011 – November, 2015
Regarding the 2007 petition to halt artificial fluoridation of public water supplies (FDA2007-P-0346). And the 2010 Petition for Reconsideration

Richard D. Sauerheber, Ph.D., Chemistry
Palomar College, San Marcos, California