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MEDIA SECTION

Press Release 007

26th January 2001. For immediate release.

Headline: TOOTH DECAY RAMPANT IN FLUORIDATED BIRMINGHAM WARD

  • GOVERNMENT / HEALTH AUTHORITY TO 'THROW' £57,000 AT DENTAL HEALTH PROBLEM.
  • YET ANOTHER EXAMPLE OF THE ADDED COST OF WATER FLUORIDATION.

The following statement was today published on the West Midland Teletext service [approx. 2-30 pm, page 339]:

BEGIN.

NHS dental services in the Nechells area of Birmingham have received a £57,000 funding boost.

Birmingham Health Authority said the grant, part of the Government Investing in Dentistry initiative, would address the problem of poor dental health.

Public health dental consultant Ross Hamburger said 40% of five-year-olds in the ward had "active dental decay".

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Pro-fluoridation campaigners regularly rely upon contrived and bad quality evidence to promote their claims and the above statement is a further indictment of such claims, as well as the practice of water fluoridation.

For too long, a small cabal of public health officials, politicians and dentists, etc., have been telling the public at large that water fluoridation is a safe and effective means of controlling tooth decay. Today's revelation takes yet another step towards exposing the real facts about water fluoridation.

THE MESSAGE IS STONG AND CLEAR: WATER FLUORIDATION IS THE GREATEST MEDICAL FRAUD.

This website is dedicated to helping expose the politics and true cost of water fluoridation. Earlier press releases have included:

  • Health Minister attempts to avoid sleaze probe (3-12-2000)
  • The increasing 'hidden' cost of fluoridation in Wolverhampton (17-11-2000)
  • Department of Health 'chicken out' of fluoride consumption monitoring (25-10-2000)
  • Scientific Review of Water Fluoridation: Opinion of moderate to severe fluorosis based upon observations of 14-year-old children! (11-10-2000)
  • Fiasco or Fraud: the DoH sponsored Review of Water Fluoridation (6-10-2000)
  • 'Bad teeth' counted as "sound" and present in dental health studies (6-10-2000)

END OF STATEMENT.

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