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Fluoride Linked to Bone Cancer in Fed Study
Fluoride appears to have caused bone cancer in rodents in a recently completed National Toxicology Progran (NTP) study, and the chemical is now at risk of being classified a carcinogen, according to internal documents and statements obtained from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
Fluoride & Bone Cancer: Is Harvard Professor Hiding a Link?
Did a Harvard dental professor, who moonlights as a consultant to Colgate, suppress evidence linking fluoride to bone cancer in children? To see the documents that sparked the investigation, as well as documents that FAN has since received under the Freedom of Information Act, click here.
According to the National Toxicology Program (NTP), “the preponderance of evidence” from laboratory studies indicates that fluoride is a mutagen (a compound that can cause genetic damage). A chemical that can cause genetic damage is one that can likely cause, or contribute to, the development of cancer. While the concentrations of fluoride causing genetic damage in laboratory studies […]