Raw Girl in a Toxic World by Valerie Cheers Brown

Fluoride is a profoundly harmful substance that can bring about a scope of unfriendly wellbeing impacts. Certain individuals from the general population are at especially high danger of damage.

“We observed that for males diagnosed before the age of 20 years, fluoride level in drinking water during growth was associated with an increased risk of osteosarcoma, demonstrating a peak in the odds ratios from 6 to 8 years of age. All of our models were remarkably robust in showing this effect, which coincides with the mid-childhood growth spurt.” (Bassin, et al., Cancer, Causes & Control, 2006)

Cancer will be called a Tumor in this story:

As per the National Toxicology Program (NTP), “the dominance of proof” from research facility examines shows that fluoride is a mutagen (an exacerbate that can bring about hereditary harm). A substance that can bring about hereditary harm is one that can likely bring about, or add to, the improvement of growth.

While the convergences of fluoride bringing on hereditary harm in research facility studies are for the most part far higher than the fixations found in human blood, there are sure “microenvironments” in the body (e.g., the bones, bladder, kidneys, oral cavity, pineal organ) where cells can be presented to fluoride levels that are similar to those creating hereditary harm in the lab. In addition, some exploration has found that cells of primates (counting extraordinary chimps and people) are more powerless to fluoride’s mutagenic impacts than cells of rodents. These elements may clarify why seven studies since the 1990s have discovered proof of hereditary harm in people with high fluoride exposures. (A few studies have not discovered this affiliation.)

Fluoride and Osteosarcoma (Bone Cancer):

The worry that fluoride can bring about growth has been powered by proof connecting it to a genuine type of bone disease known as osteosarcoma. This confirmation incorporates an administration creature consider and also a few investigations of human populaces living in the United States.

Osteosarcoma is an uncommon, however dangerous, type of malignancy that strikes basically amid the high school years. A national case control concentrate on distributed in 2006 by Harvard researchers found that young men presented to fluoridated water amid their sixth, seventh, and eighth years of life (the mid-youth development spurt) had an altogether lifted danger of creating osteosarcoma amid immaturity. (Bassin 2006). The sex-particular connection amongst fluoride and osteosarcoma in youthful guys is reliable with the administration’s creature study, (NTP 1990), which discovered osteosarcomas in the fluoride-treated male rats, yet not the female ones. It is additionally reliable with past studies by the National Cancer Institute and New Jersey Department of Health, which both discovered relationship amongst fluoridation and osteosarcoma in youthful guys, yet not females. (Cohn 1992; NCI 1990)

In spite of the fact that various studies have found no relationship amongst fluoride and osteosarcoma, the Harvard examine by Bassin is the main study to deliberately considered the “age-particular” danger of fluoride introduction. As the famous disease transmission specialist Kenneth Rothman disclosed to the Wall Street Journal:

“‘If there was an antagonistic impact of fluoride, it’s conceivable an impact of early exposure would show in the initial 20 years of life – yet not in the wake of.’ Looking at all ages, as it were, could disguise any connection amongst fluoridation and malignancy.”

Fluoride/Osteosarcoma Link Is “Organically Plausible:”

It is broadly recognized that the fluoride/osteosarcoma association is a naturally conceivable one. At the point when the association between a compound and a disease is organically conceivable, concentrates on that identify a relationship between the two are considered more important, as the affiliation is more averse to be an arbitrary fluke.

The credibility of a fluoride/osteosarcoma association is grounded in the three contemplations:

Bone is the key site of fluoride amassing, especially amid the development spurts of adolescence;

Fluoride is a mutagen when present at adequate fixations; and

Fluoride invigorates the multiplication of bone-shaping cells (osteoblasts), which may “increment the hazard for a portion of the isolating cells to end up distinctly dangerous.” (NRC 2006).

Fluoride and Bladder/Lung Cancer:

Notwithstanding osteosarcoma, various investigations of fluoride-uncovered specialists have discovered relationship between airborne fluoride presentation and both bladder and lung disease. In spite of the fact that fluoride’s relationship with these malignancies has by and large been ascribed to poly fragrant hydrocarbons (PAH) — a non-fluoride airborne contaminant — a twenty-year investigation of a working environment with no PAH presentation found an also lifted rate of both bladder and lung disease in the fluoride-uncovered specialists. (Grandjean 2004). In view of these discoveries, the creators presumed that “fluoride ought to be viewed as a conceivable reason for bladder malignancy and a contributory reason for essential lung tumor.”

Conclusion: 

Government Admits Dangers Yet Continues To Pump Fluoride Into Your Water Supply

Over 24 other studies have unanimously concluded that fluoride negatively impacts cognitive function. In addition to these 24 studies focusing on cognition, over 100 animal studies have linked fluoride to an increase in male infertility, diabetes, and a whole host of other health problems. In the latest study on cognition, it was found that that 28% of the children who lived in an area where fluoride levels were low achieved the highest test scores. This means that the children exposed to less fluoride scored normal or advanced, while only 8% of fluoridated children did the same.

In fact, the safety precautions regarding sodium fluoride are quite telling themselves.

 

 

 

 

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