If Dallas acts on its City Council member’s recommendation to discontinue the addition of fluoride to its municipal water supply, it won’t just save a million dollars a year, it will hand a major victory to the anti-fluoride lobby. Dallas News reports on the predictable backlash:
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On Wednesday Dallas City Council member Sheffie Kadane told his colleagues that it’s time to flush fluoride from the city’s water supply. On Friday the 106-year-old Dallas County Dental Society, with ties to the American Dental Association, sent a statement lambasting that proposal.
Anti-fluoride activist Chantel Arashvand, who spoke just before Sheffie Kadane came out against fluoride
The group says it “strongly supports maintaining the current levels of water fluoridation in the city as the most safe, effective, and financially sound way to prevent tooth decay in our community. Community water fluoridation (CWF) has been used in the United States for nearly 70 years, and it is one of the most extensively studied public health measures.