Those council members voting in favor of fluoridation are actually the ones who are biased but don't even realize it. Biased because they didn't do their homework and just followed the prodding of pro-fluoridationists.
Both the U.S. National Institutes of Health and an equally prestigious group of British scientists find pro-fluoridation studies scientifically invalid. So they don't prove anything in any direction.
Can the council members figure out which studies presented to them are valid and which are not? I'm afraid they've been duped.Updated: 2004-09-13 09:52:54
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