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B.A. Biology (1971) and Ph.D. Chemistry (1976), University of California, San Diego with School of Medicine emphasis. Laboratory training under Dr. Andrew Benson, Scripps Institution of Oceanography (1971-1972). Research Associate, Scripps Clinic (1977-1980) National Institutes of Health Principal Investigator (1981-1984) and supervisor of diabetes research laboratory, Rees Stealy Clinic, San Diego (1981-1991) Educator, Palomar College, San Marcos, CA (1991-present) Published 40 research articles in scientific journals. recent published articles: 4 on the Calculus, 1 on relativity, 2 on fluoride toxicology in man and racehorses.
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Thanks Bill. Also understamd that the FDA does not require food or beverage labeling for F content. And i know of no one in my town who is capable of measuring F content in the foods and beverages they consume. Adding F on purpose in all public water...
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Nonsense.  Informed people undersand that the NRC Report data is valid, where consumers livng in a 1 ppm fluoridaed water region experience elevated PTH and calcitonin, a pathologic effect of fluoride incorporation into bone, and elevated TSH, and al...
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Give us a break from a CDC advertisement please.. An upper limit of 1.5 ppm F in water does not protect all consumers from either dental or bone fluorosis. Humans do not live in cages so as to not be exposed to other significant sources that depend o...
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I agree that the systemic blood level for fluoride should be zero, where F is not a component of normal human blood and is not a nutrient. This however will never be achieved in a country that uses natural fluoride present in some waters as an excuse...
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There are a finite number of kids afflicted with moderate dental fluorosis in the U.S.. It is named fluorosis because it is a poisoned condition. Although it may be a small % of the population that has cognitive deficiency from fluoridation exposure,...
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Thanks Bill. Also understamd that the FDA does not require food or beverage labeling for F content. And i know of no one in my town who is capable of measuring F content in the foods and beverages they consume. Adding F on purpose in all public water...
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Nonsense.  Informed people undersand that the NRC Report data is valid, where consumers livng in a 1 ppm fluoridaed water region experience elevated PTH and calcitonin, a pathologic effect of fluoride incorporation into bone, and elevated TSH, and al...
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Give us a break from a CDC advertisement please.. An upper limit of 1.5 ppm F in water does not protect all consumers from either dental or bone fluorosis. Humans do not live in cages so as to not be exposed to other significant sources that depend o...
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I agree that the systemic blood level for fluoride should be zero, where F is not a component of normal human blood and is not a nutrient. This however will never be achieved in a country that uses natural fluoride present in some waters as an excuse...
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There are a finite number of kids afflicted with moderate dental fluorosis in the U.S.. It is named fluorosis because it is a poisoned condition. Although it may be a small % of the population that has cognitive deficiency from fluoridation exposure,...
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Thanks Bill. Also understamd that the FDA does not require food or beverage labeling for F content. And i know of no one in my town who is capable of measuring F content in the foods and beverages they consume. Adding F on purpose in all public water...
rs5526 09-18-2019 09:03 AM
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Nonsense.  Informed people undersand that the NRC Report data is valid, where consumers livng in a 1 ppm fluoridaed water region experience elevated PTH and calcitonin, a pathologic effect of fluoride incorporation into bone, and elevated TSH, and al...
rs5526 09-18-2019 07:45 AM
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Give us a break from a CDC advertisement please.. An upper limit of 1.5 ppm F in water does not protect all consumers from either dental or bone fluorosis. Humans do not live in cages so as to not be exposed to other significant sources that depend o...
rs5526 09-17-2019 09:57 PM
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I agree that the systemic blood level for fluoride should be zero, where F is not a component of normal human blood and is not a nutrient. This however will never be achieved in a country that uses natural fluoride present in some waters as an excuse...
rs5526 09-17-2019 06:57 PM
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There are a finite number of kids afflicted with moderate dental fluorosis in the U.S.. It is named fluorosis because it is a poisoned condition. Although it may be a small % of the population that has cognitive deficiency from fluoridation exposure,...
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