Belchertown Bulletin April 2017
Historical records can educate Irish nursing researchers
on European nations’ rejection of water fluoridation
A seventeen-year-old informal survey of European nations appears to have shed more light on Europe’s rejection of water fluoridation than a recent report from Irish investigators published in the Irish Journal of Medical Science.
In 1999, Eugene Albright of North Versailles, Pennsylvania, USA wrote to European governments to verify the extent that water fluoridation is used in their countries. His letters are available in the Belchertown Documentation Center.
Many of his respondents specifically cited opposition to the use of public water systems to distribute a medicine as a primary reason they do not fluoridate.
In contrast Mary Rose Sweeney and co-authors from the School of Nursing and Human Sciences at Dublin City University list unspecified “concerns about mass medication” as one of many reasons why almost all European nations do not use water fluoridation. Their abstract of the research appears in full at the end of this report.
Christian Legros, director of the water system in Brussels, Belgium wrote to Albright, “The main reason for [not using fluoridation] is the fundamental position of the drinking water sector that it is not its task to deliver medicinal treatment to people.”
Wilfred Reinhold, legal advisor to the Directorate Drinking Water, Water, Agriculture in The Netherlands, wrote, “The main reason for opposition against fluoridation of drinking water…was that fluoridation was seen as putting a medical additive into drinking water by the government ‘for the benefit of the society’.”
Truls Krogh of the Ministry of Health and Social Affairs in Norway, wrote, “In Norway we had a rather intense discussion on this subject some 20 years ago, and the conclusion was that drinking water should not be fluoridated. It was thereby up to each individual to decide whether to use fluoride tablets, toothpaste or mouthwash to prevent cavities.”
Paavo Poteri of Helsinki, Finland Water Treatment , wrote, “We do not favor or recommend fluoridation of drinking water. There are better ways of providing the fluoride our teeth need.”
Jean-Marie Ries, Head of the Water Department in Luxembourg, wrote, “In our view, the drinking water isn’t the suitable way for medical treatment and that people needing an addition of fluoride can decide by there (sic) own to use the most appropriate way, like the intake of fluoride tablets, to cover their diary (sic) needs.”
At the same time as Albright’s letter writing campaign, Mr. and Mrs. A.R. Smith of Near Stoke on Trent, Staffs, UK wrote similar letters.
Gerda Hankel-Khan, Germany attaché at the London embassy wrote the Smiths, “The argumentation of the Federal Ministry of Health against a general permission of fluoridation of drinking water is the problematical nature of compulsion medication and the problem of fluoride-containing waste water, as more than 99% of the used fluorides will get into the water.”
Sweeney and co-authors found fluoridation is used in only 3 of the 28 EU nations, but mistakenly report, “Ireland and the UK currently add fluoride to water at a whole population level with Spain fluoridating in some regions.” Since only about 10% of the UK is fluoridated, it would appear to be closer to Spain than Ireland in this regard.
The authors note that their respondents – “the offices with responsibility for fluoridation policy” – “could not/did not provide evidence” for cited toxic effects, but it is unclear who these offices with responsibility for fluoridation policy would be if there is no fluoridation policy because the countries do not fluoridate their water.
A European policy examination of water fluoridation practices and review of latest evidence on risks and benefits
S. Koseoglu1, A. Reilly2, M.R. Sweeney2
1NURISH, School of Nursing and Human Sciences, Dublin City University; 2School of Nursing and Human Sciences, Dublin City University
Controversy surrounding the addition of fluoride to water have prevailed in public discourse for the past ~ 20 years (1). No previous research has examined fluoridation policy and practices across the EU. The aim of this review was to examine water fluoridation policy and practices across the EU and explore the rationale for same.
The offices with responsibility for fluoridation policy and practice in all 28 EU members were contacted to explore fluoridation policy/practice, when they were implemented and to explore the rationale for same.
Ireland and the UK currently add fluoride to water at a whole population level with Spain fluoridating in some regions. None of the other 25 member states had a specific policy on fluoridation or added fluoride to water currently, although some had in the past. Reasons fluoride was not added included naturally high levels arising from volcanic regions, presence in other foodstuff’s or alternative sources such as tablets and toothpaste were advised. The rationale for not adding or discontinuing fluoridation of water was cited by some as resistance from anti-fluoride lobby groups, concerns about mass medication, unethical and un-ecological (sic) while no policy maker could cite evidence of harm at current EU levels.
It appears that countries across Europe discontinued fluoridation for a variety of reasons, naturally high levels in their water, medicinal reasons, some cited toxic effects (sic) but could not/did not provide evidence for what this was. It appears to have been motivated by politics/public pressure and strong anti-fluoride lobbying, not any evidence of harm.
1. Reilly, GA. The task is a political one: the promotion of fluoridation. In: Ward, JW, Warren, C., editors. Silent Victories: The History and Practice of Public Health in Twentieth Century America. New York: Oxford University Press; 2007. pp. 323-340.
Published in: Irish Journal of Medical Science (2016) 185 (Suppl 12): S549.
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Reports from the Hardy Limeback Collection at UMASS
University of Toronto dental professor Hardy Limeback has donated the following reports to the University of Massachusetts Du Bois Library. Apart from Rose and Marier 1977, none are available at the Belchertown Documentation Center.
Ad Hoc Subcommittee on Fluoride of the Committee to Coordinate Environmental Health and Related Programs. 1991. Review of Fluoride Benefits and Risks. US Public Health Service.
Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Reporting. 2001. Toxicological Profile for Fluoride. Draft for Public Comment.
Canadian Public Health Association. 1978. Task Force for Fluoride. Final Report. Long Harbour, Newfoundland.
Canadian Public Health Association. 1979. Criteria Document in Support of a Drinking Water Standard for Fluoride. Final Report. Ottawa.
Colgate. 1992. Fluoride & dental health.
Estupiñan-Day, S. 2005. Promoting Oral Health: The Use of Salt Fluoridation to Prevent Dental Caries. Pan American Health Organisation. Scientific and Technical Publication No. 615.
Gabovich, R.D. et al. 1977. Fluorine in Stomatology and Hygiene. National Institute of Dental Research. Department of Health and Welfare Publication No. (NIH) 78-785. (Translation from the Russian Ftor v Stomoatologi I gigiene).
Health and Welfare Canada. 1991. Oral Health in Canada: Facing the Future. Edited draft 1990.
Kortelainen, S. 1995. Fluoride, dentin apposition and dentinal caries in the rat. Acta Universitatis Ouluensis D Medica 343.
Levy, S.M. 1992. A review of fluoride exposures and ingestion. A paper for the workshop “Evaluation of Current Recommendation Concerning Fluorides”, Toronto, April 1992.
Lewis, D.W. et al. 1982. Dental fluorosis survey relative to brick plant fluoride emissions in Toronto and Brampton, Ontario. Dental Health Care Services Research Unit, Faculty of Dentistry, University of Toronto.
Lewis, D.W. 1994. Investigation of Inorganic Fluoride and Its Effects on the Occurrence of Dental Caries and Dental Fluorosis in Canada. Final Report for Contract No. 3726. Health Canada.
Locker, D. 1999. Benefits and Risks of Water Fluoridation: An Update of the 1996 Federal-Provincial Sub-Committee Report. Community Dental Health Services Research Unit, Faculty of Dentistry, University of Toronto.
McDonagh, M. et al. 2000. A Systematic Review of Public Water Fluoridation. NHS Centre for Reviews and Dissemination, University of York, UK.
Natick Fluoridation Study Committee. 1997. Should Natick Fluoridate? Natick, MA USA.
National Foundation of Dentistry for the Handicapped. 1981. A guide to the use of fluorides for the prevention of dental caries with alternative recommendation for patients with handicaps. Boulder: NFDH.
Rose, D. and Marier, J.R. 1977. Environmental Fluoride 1977. NRCC No. 16081. National Research Council Canada.
Samarawickrama, D.Y.D., ed. 1997. Fluoride – Its Benefits and Dilemmas in Dental Public Health. Proceedings of the CDA 2nd Triennial Meeting and Workshop, June 17-20, 1997. Commonwealth Dental Association.
Subcommittee on Health Effects of Ingested Fluoride. 1993. Health Effects of Ingested Fluoride. Washington, DC: National Academy Press.
Surgeon General’s Ad Hoc Committee on “Non-Dental” Health Effects of Fluoride. 1983. Transcript of Proceedings, Day 1, Morning Session, April 18, 1983
Susheela, A.K. undated. A Treatise on Fluorosis. No publisher indicated.
Additional inventory of George Waldbott’s Papers
In our last issue we published the inventory of the first two boxes of the Walbott Papers. Here we add brief inventories of boxes three through five. Please note this is a list of the contents of the boxes as the UMASS Library received them, some from Martha Bevis and some from Prof. Albert Burgstahler. The Waldbott Papers will eventually be organized into a coherent series of files.
George Waldbott Papers Box 3: 42 files. 1. Endorsements, 2. EPA, 3. Enzymes, 4. Dr. Farrell, 5. F- ingestion total, 6. Florida – St. Petersburg [mostly newspaper clippings], 7. Fluorspar, 8. Fluorides: naturally vs. artificial, 9. Cyclomates, 10. FDA: Kelsey- Thalidomide, 11. Goddard [Dr. Jes. L. Goddard, FDA Commissioner], 12. Dentists vs. Population, 13. Dunning, James M., 14. Editorials [one, from the Macon Telegraph 07/19/1968, 15. Endorsements – WHO [empty], 16. Effects on teeth, 17. Analysis of dental statistics, 18. Critiques of dental statistics, 19. Diet and dental care, 20. California, 21. H.T. Dean [includes Exner annotation of testimony transcript], 22. Definition, design and background, 23. Delay effects on teeth, 24. Caldwell, Gladys S., 25. Canada, 26. Canada – Waterloo, 27. Canadian Diabetic Assoc., 28. Cancer – Taylor, 29. Cancer, 30. Communist, 31. Cartoons, 32. Caustic soda, 33. Chelation therapy, 34. Chlorine in water, 35. Corrosion, 36. Connecticut statewide fluoridation, 37. Rosahn, New Britain, CT, 38. Conversion concerning ppm., 39. Cooperators, 40. Cost, 41. W.R. Cox letters, 42. Gerald Cox.
George Waldbott Papers Box 4: 34 files. 1. Other pollutants, 2. P.T.A., 3. Organization national, 4. New Jersey, 5. New Mexico, 6. News & Notes, 7. Newsweek., 8. Parents magazine, 9. Pauling, 10. Drew Pearson, 11. Detroit, 1965 & earlier, 12. Rapaport and mongolism, 13. Mongolism 1, 14. Mongolism 2, 15. New York City, 16. Folder of loose papers, 17. Ohio, 18. Critiques of N.F.N, 19. Revision of N.F.N., 20. Binghamton, NY, 21. New Zealand, 22. North Dakota, 23. Norway, 24. North Carolina, 25. Akron, OH, 26. Cincinnati, OH, 27. Mongolism 3, 28. Loose papers – Lennart Krook, 29. New York City, 30. Pressure Group, 31. President (do they drink tap or bottled water?), 32. Rate increases due to fluoride, 33. Reader’s Digest, 34. Red Cross.
George Waldbott Papers Box 5: 46 files. 1. Detroit City Council, 2. Deutsche Gesellschaft fur Zahn, etc. 3. Favorable News Media 1, 4. Favorable News Media 2, 5. Fand, Robert, unpublished paper, 6. Fluoride determination – Kettering, 7. Food and Drug Administration, 8. Frazier, Claude A., 9. F. questionnaire, 10. Foreign correspondence for Fluoride, 1967, 11. Groth, Edward, 12. German file, 13. Holland Conf. Oct. 1962., 14. Morden Comm., Ontario, 15. Critique of Hall report, Dec. 1968, 16. Canada Report, 17. Cancer (Research scientists), 18. Chicago Case, 19. The Healing Art of Christian Science, 20. Clinical Psychology, 21. Conferences on F- , 1956, 1961, 1963, 22. Contact dermatitis with book reviews, 1954, 23. Crank letters, 24. Great Britain, 25. Anglesey Great Britain, 26. Sammuels, A.E., London, 27. British Pure Water Association, 28. Bud Guest, 29, Burgstahler, Prof. Albert, 30. Burgstahler, 1965, 31. Australia, 32. Burgstahler-McKinney correspondence, 33. Lansing, 34. Lansing vote, 35. Kosel [George Kosel, Pasaic General Hospital, NJ], 36. The Journal of Asthma Research, 37. Jenkins, Prof. G. Neil, 38. Dr. Imberechts, 39. International Association of Asthmology, 40. International Congress of Allergology, 41. Honorary Societies, 42. Holland Conf. [one inch of loose papers], 43. Bibliography, 44. Bibliography, 45. Boston TV appearance, 46. British Anti-Fluoridation Drive.
Duesberg questions HPV’s role in cervical cancer
According to an alternative theory of carcinogenesis developed by UC Berkeley molecular biologist Peter H. Duesberg cervical cancer is not caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV), but by a long process of cell division that selects cancer cells with distinct chromosome numbers and arrangements.
Duesberg and co-author Norma Erickson, writing in the Jan. 20, 2015 Sane Vax Newsletter, argue that the karyotypic speciation theory of cervical cancer better explains several aspects of cervical cancer epidemiology that are not explained by the HPV theory, including:
1. Why do only 1 in 10,000 HPV-infected women develop cervical cancer?
2. Why does cervical cancer only develop 20 -50 years after HPV infection?
3. Why are cervical cancers so different from each other in terms of malignancy and drug resistance?
4. Why are cervical cancers not eliminated by natural antibodies?
The authors’ alternative theory focuses on a common attribute of cancer cells – aneuploidy, meaning they don’t have the correct number and arrangement of chromosomes. They argue that carcinogenesis is analogous to a process of speciation, in which each species has a characteristic number of chromosomes called the karyotype.
“Until such time as scientists can verify or disprove the Karyotypic Speciation Theory of cervical cancer development, medical consumers must proceed with caution,” Erickson and Duesberg write.
“This is a scientific debate which cannot be ignored,” they write. “Public health authorities and medical professionals must apply the precautionary principle by suspending the use of the HPV vaccines and supporting the already proven, safe and effective method of controlling cervical cancer – Pap screening.”
“All risk and no benefit is not a wise medical choice under any circumstances,” they conclude.
Gastroenterologist would add probiotics to drinking water
In her 2015 book The Microbiome Solution, Washington, DC-based gastroenterologist Robynne Chutkan expresses concern over the effect chlorine in drinking water has on our symbiotic gut bacteria. While she also references “hundreds of other pollutants” in the water, she doesn’t mention fluoride specifically.
Unfortunately, her book contains no citations or references of any kind.
Here is the relevant passage from page 108:
“Routine chlorination of public drinking water began in the early 1900s as a way to prevent outbreaks of cholera and typhoid fever, and although widespread chlorination has been successful at reducing the spread of waterborne diseases, it’s come at a cost to our beneficial bacteria, as even low levels of chlorine are very toxic to essential microbes.
“Water filters designed for home use can remove most of the chlorine in tap water, as well as parasites such as giardia that may contaminate older water filtration systems and can survive low levels of chlorination. But treated water that’s been filtered still takes a toll on our microbiome, and in addition to chlorine, it can contain hundreds of different pollutants – including antibiotics. Perhaps a better idea would be to test for harmful pathogens, such as cholera and typhoid and put probiotics in the water supply instead of antibiotics and chemicals such as chlorine, in an effort to repopulate rather than deplete our already dwindling microbes.”
Belchertown Documentation Center catalog
Each month this newsletter will update our complete catalog with new additions, shown in red. We have also added annotations, shown in brackets, after some listings. These may be revised as more information becomes available and errors are corrected.]
The categories with page number in the catalog are:
Audio tapes 7
Books and chapters 7
Files (people) 20
Files (localities) 30
Files (subjects) 34
Journal issues 44
Meeting programs 49
Reports and proceedings 52
Scientific articles 53
Theses and dissertations 59
Video tapes 59
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Reilly, Gretchen Ann. 2007. The Task is a Political One: The Promotion of Fluoridation. In Ward, John W. and Warren, Christian, eds. 2007. Silent Victories: The History and Practice of Public Health in Twentieth-Century America. New York: Oxford University Press, pp. 323-340. [filed under “Book Chapters” – Silent Victories].
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Ronsivalli, L.J. 1998. Fluoridation of Public Water Supplies: The Motives that Drive the Two Sides of the Issue. Methuen, MA: Mermakk Publications.
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Stephens, T. and Brynner, R. 2001. Dark Remedy: The Impact of Thalidomide and It’s Revival as a Vital Medicine. Cambridge: Perseus.
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Sutton, P.R.N. 1979. Fluoridation, 1979: Scientific Criticisms and Fluoride Dangers.
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Files - People (newspaper clippings, public letters and statements, etc.)
[Editor’s note: The number in parenthesis refers to the number of documents in the folder. We will specify what these documents are in coming issues as the catalog in continually expanded]
Allbright, Eugene (1)
Allukian, Myron (3)
-Allukian, M. 1993. Introduction to Symposium on Oral Disease: The Neglected Epidemic – What Can Be Done?” Journal of Public Health Dentistry 53(1): 45.
-Allukian, M. 2000. The neglected epidemic and the Surgeon General’s Report: A call to action for better oral health. American Journal of Public Health 90: 843-845.
-Allukian, M. 2009. Statement re. fluoridation of public water supply, contains a biographical statement.
Ames, Bruce N. (1)
-Ames, B.N. 1991. Natural carcinogens and dioxin. The Science of the Total Environment 104: 159-166.
Anderson, H.B. (1)
-Anderson, H.B. 1952. Fluoridation. New York: Citizens Medical Reference Bureau.
Anderson, Jack (3)
-Anderson, J. 1974. New fluoride flap shaping up. Chicago Daily News, July 18, 1974
-Anderson, J. 1974. FDA in new look at fluoridation. Long Island Press, July 18, 1974
-Anderson, J. 1974. A belated look at fluoridation. San Francisco Chronicle, July 18, 1974
[These are three versions of the same column, each edited differently than the others. The most complete version is that from the Long Island paper, including reference to the “doughty” Daughters of the American Revolution and Edward Groth III’s statement to FDA that fluoridation “was developed by the dental branch of the PHS and the evaluation of the adequacy of the evidence was conducted primarily by PHS scientists.”]
Armfield, Jason Mathew (1)
-Armfield, J.M. 2010. Community effectiveness of public water fluoridation in reducing children’s dental disease. Public Health Report 125: 655-123.
Ast, David Bernard (1)
-Ast, D.B. 1943. The caries-fluorine hypothesis and a suggested study to test its application. Public Health Reports 58: 857-879.
Ayoob, S. (1)
-Ayoob, S. and Gupta, A.K. 2006. Fluoride in drinking water: A review on the status and stress effects. Critical Reviews in Environmental Science and Technology 36: 433-487.
[Contains the following memorable sentence that shows the seriousness of fluorosis in India, “Though fluoride has spread its tentacles in 36,988 habitations and the number of people falling prey to fluoride poisoning have been steadily increasing, an exact exposure-health relationship is yet to be properly elucidated.”]
Balog, Douglas A. (1)
-Balog, D.A. 1997. Fluoridation of public water systems: Valid exercise of state police power or constitutional violation? Pace Environmental Law Review 14(2): 645-690.
Baring, Walter S. (1)
-Baring, W.S. 1961. Keep public drinking water pure. Congressional Record October 16, 1961, A8231.
Barrett, Stephen (2)
-Yiamouyiannis, J. 1983. Who is Stephen Barrett? (extract from Fluoride the Aging Factor)
-Barrett, S. 1989. Fluoridation is safe, effective. The Morning Call [Allentown, PA], July 17, 1989
Bass, Charles C. (5)
-Matas, R. 1940. Dr. Charles C. Bass, Dean. New Orleans Medical and Surgical Journal, vol. 92, April 1940.
-Bass, C.C. 1957. Some important developments presently influencing dental health in America. The Journal of the Louisiana State Medical Society 109 (6): 201-216.
-Bass, C.C. 1968. Neglect of prevention of dental disease. The Journal of the Louisiana State Medical Society 120(1): 30-35.
Bassin, Elise Beth (7)
-Bassin, E.B. 2001. Association between fluoride in drinking water during growth and development and the incidence of osteosarcoma for children and adolescents. Doctoral thesis, Harvard School of Dental Medicine. [chapter 3 only]
-R. Wiles to C.W. Jameson, June 6, 2005.
-McCook, A. 2005. Harvard dentist investigated. The Scientist, July 11, 2005.
-Eilperin, J. 2005. Professor at Harvard is being investigated. Washington Post, July 13, 2005.
-Fargen, J. 2006. Fluoride debate may surge as treated water linked to cancer. Boston Herald, April 6.
-Bassin, E.B., Wypij, D., Davis, R.B. and Mittlemann, M.A. 2006. Age-specific fluoride exposure in drinking water and osteosarcoma (United States). Cancer Causes and Control 17: 421-428.
-Douglass, C.W. and Joshipura, K. 2006. Caution needed in fluoride and osteosarcoma study. Cancer Causes and Control 17: 481-482.
Beck, James S. (2)
-Gauthier, G. 2010. Fluoridated water poses risk, professor tells SACPA. Lethbridge Herald, Dec. 3, 2010.
-Beck, J.S. 2011. Fluoridated water is ineffective, unsafe and unethical. Calgary Herald, January 22, 2011.
Beeber, Paul Stephen (1)
-letter to the editor, Newsday, July 30, 1993 re. state legislation on fluoridation.
Begley, Sharon (1)
-Begley, S. 1993. The meaning of junk. Newsweek, March 22, 1993.
Belkin, Mark (1)
-Testimony of Michael Belkin before the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices – Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, February 17, 1999.
Benfield, James W. (1)
-Benfield, J.W. 1972. Observations on fluoridation of public water supplies over a period of 28 years. National Fluoridation News, July-September 1972.
Bernays, Edward L. (1)
-Edward L. Berneys obituary, Washington Post, March 10, 1995.
Bevis, Martha – annotations (1982) (1)
Bevis, Martha – annotations (1983) (3)
Bevis, Martha – annotations (1984) (5)
Bevis, Martha – annotations (1985) (2)
Bevis, Martha – annotations 1987 (4)
Bevis, Martha – annotations 1988 (3)
Bevis, Martha – annotations 1989 (4)
Bevis, Martha – annotations 1990 (6)
Bevis, Martha – annotations 1991 (3)
Bevis, Martha – annotations 1992 (2)
Bevis, Martha – annotations 1993 (1)
Bevis, Martha – annotations 1994 (2)
Bevis, Martha – annotations 1996 (3)
Bevis, Martha – collection at UMASS
Bevis, Martha – commentaries (6)
Bevis, Martha – correspondence with Davis Bragg, Belton, TX  (8)
-D. Bragg to M. Bevis, January 24, 1984
-D. Bragg to M. Leath (Waco, TX), February 28, 1984
-D. Bragg to M. Bevis, March 4, 1984
-D. Bragg to M. Leath (Waco, TX), March 8, 1984 cc. M. Bevis
-D. Bragg to M. Bevis, March 10, 1984
-M. Bevis to D. Bragg, April 7, 1984
-M. Bevis to D. Bragg, May 31, 1984
-D. Bragg to B. Yowell (Killeen, TX), June 1, 1984 cc. M. Bevis
-D. Bragg to M. Bevis, October 25, 1984
Bevis, Martha – correspondence with Gerald Prazak, Charleston, SC [1982-1984] (3)
-G. Prazak to M. Bevis, July 19, 1982
-G. Prazak to M. Bevis, October 1, 1982
-M. Bevis to G. Prazak, June 5, 1984
Bevis, Martha – correspondence, Washington (1)
-M. Bevis to V. Hugartegui (Olympia, WA), August 27, 1984
Bevis, Martha – correspondence, 1983 (1)
-M. Bevis to T.E. Fite (Victoria, TX), November 29, 1983, 2 pages
Bevis, Martha – correspondence, 1980s (22)
Bevis, Martha – correspondence, 1990s (13)
Bevis, Martha – correspondence, 2000s (11)
Bevis, Martha – Fluoride booklet, 1986
Bevis, Martha – Fluoride News (1)
Bevis, Martha – Houston 1980
Bevis, Martha – in the press (2)
Bevis, Martha – letters to Albert Burgstahler, 1990s
Bevis, Martha – notes, May 1987 (1)
-“Smear vs. science”
Bevis, Martha – notes, 1998 (6)
Bevis, Martha – notes on They Dare to Speak Out
Bevis, Martha – press releases (2)
Bevis, Martha – propaganda 1979 (1)
Bevis, Martha – propaganda 1980s (20)
Bevis, Martha – propaganda, 1986 (1)
Bevis, Martha – propaganda, 1987 (1)
Bevis, Martha – propaganda 1988 (5)
Bevis, Martha – propaganda 1989 (1)
Bevis, Martha – propaganda 1990 (1)
Bevis, Martha – propaganda 1991 (1)
Bevis, Martha – propaganda 1992 (1)
Bevis, Martha – propaganda 1997 (1)
Bevis, Martha – recipes (3)
Bevis, Martha – support for political candidates
Bevis, Martha – (unknown date or provenance) (20)
Breggin, Peter R (5)
Brody, Jane E. (2)
Brower, David (1)
Brown, Rep. George E.
Buck, Robert H. (2)
Bull, F.A. (1)
Burgstahler, Albert (19)
Burk, Dean (5)
Calabrese, Edward J. (2)
Caldwell, Gladys (3)
Carton, Robert (10)
Case, Kenneth (2)
Cayce, Edgar (1)
Chesley, Elaine (5)
Churchill, V.H. (1)
Clinch, Carol (5)
Clinton, Bill (1)
-undated satirical letter re. Bill Clinton Statue Committee from Martha Bevis Papers, author unknown.
Cohn, Perry D.
Colquhoun, John (4)
Colquhoun, John – Med Hypoth article (4)
Commoner, Barry (2)
Coplan, Myron J.
Cox, Charles Raymond – see fluoridation census
Cox, Gerald J.
Cragoe, Doug (3)
Deal, James Robert (2)
Dean, H. Trendley (1)
Decker, Kris (1)
Delaney, James J. (3)
-Delaney, J. 1975. Fluoridation and caner, speech in the US House of Representative, Congressional Record, Monday, July 21, 1975.
Diesendorf, Mark (11)
Dolan, Michael F. (50)
Doll, Richard (6)
Lord Douglas of Barloch (1)
Douglass, Chester (7)
Downey, Michael (1)
Duesberg, Peter H. (1)
-Erickson, N. and Duesberg, P.H. 2015. What is HPV does not cause cervical cancer? Sane Vax Newsletter, Jan. 20, 2015.
Eakman, B.K. (1)
Easley, Mike (5)
Ellison, Shane (1)
Emsley, John (1)
Epstein, Samuel S. (2)
Escobar, Lorraine (3)
Exner, F.B. (4)
-letter to the Wall Street Journal re. Kettering Laboratory Bibliography, Nov. 11, 1960
Ewall, Michael (1)
Farber, Celia (3)
Featherstone, John D.B. (4)
Fleming, Robert J. (1)
Foulkes, R.G. (9)
Fowler, Betty (Spokane, WA) (1)
-D.J. Hilmoe to B. Fowler, October 1, 1999
Franklin, Betty Gyneth T. (1)
Franzen, Golda (1)
Fredericks, Carlton (1)
Frisch, John G. (3)
Garfield, Eugene (2)
Glasser, George (13)
Gofman, John W
Gorelick, L. [Kew Gardens, NY] – let. to the ed., The Nation; filed with McNeil, D.R. –published writings.
Gott, Peter (1)
Gould, Stephen Jay (1)
Graves, Shirley (2)
Greenberg, Stephen R. (1)
Grcich, Wynn (2)
Green, Jeff (3)
Griffiths, Joel (5)
Griffiths, Joel – references to Waste Not article (2)
Gross, Ludwik (1)
Groth, Edward (3)
Hanmer, Rebecca (4)
Heard, George W.
Hill, David R. (4)
Hirzy, J. William (8)
Hodge, Harold (7)
Hoffer, Abram (1)
Honicker, Clifford T. (3)
Hooper, Edward (1)
Hornung, Heinrich (1)
Horowitz, Herschel (4)
Houk, Vernon N. (1)
Hurley, Kevin (1)
Ioannidis, John (2)
Isaacson, Robert (2)
Jachimczak, Danuta (1)
Jensen, Karl F.
Johnson, Martha (10)
Jones, Jane (6), see also National Pure Water Association
Justus, Cathy (2)
Kennedy, Sen. Edward M. (1)
-E.M. Kennedy to S.I. Pare, December 5, 1989
Kennedy, Malcolm (1)
Kerry, John (2)
-J.F. Kerry to M. Dolan, May 14, 2010
-photocopy of signature page with 21 signatures from the Lawrence, MA area asking Sen. Kerry to include the Fluoride journal in the PubMed database, circa 2010.
Kilpatrick, James J. (4)
-Kilpatrick, J.J. 1975. Cancer victim battles FDA, Human Events, October 4, 1975.
-Kilpatrick, J.J. 1975. There’s an unalienable right to be a fool, too. Milwaukee Journal, Dec. 19, 1975.
-Carr, R.V.C. 1990. Kilpatrick mistaken on fluoride harm. Letter to editor, Youngstown Vindicator, March 2, 1990.
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-excerpt from his 1982 Science article, Fluorides and the changing prevalence of dental carries, annotated by Martha Bevis
-a second and different set of excerpts as above, also annotated by Martha Bevis
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-R.W. Openshaw to D.R. McNeil, May 4, 1961 re. payment for conference participation
-D.R. McNeil to P. C. Goulding, May 16, 1961 re. renewed push for fluoridation
-P.C. Goulding to D.R. McNeil, May 25, 1961 re. Robert Welch
-D.R. McNeil to P.C. Goulding, May 29, 1961 re. planning ADA’s fluoridation promotion
-D.R. McNeil to P.C. Goulding, June 8, 1961 re. his mission to goad PHS on fluoridation
-D.R. McNeil to E.M. Bishop, July 5, 1962 re. McNeil’s work to promote fluoridation
-P.C. Goulding to D.R. McNeil, February 8, 1963 re. ADA’s fluoridation manual
-P.C. Goulding to D.R. McNeil, April 9, 1963 re. AMA’s work against healthcare for the aged
-D.R. McNeil to P.C. Goulding, April 12, 1963 re. AMA’s work against healthcare for the aged
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-D.R. McNeil to P.C. Goulding, May 27, 1963 re. John Birch Society Committee of Endorsers
-D.R. McNeil to P.C. Goulding, July 9, 1963 re. his profluoridation pamphlet
-P.C. Goulding to D.R. McNeil, June 11, 1963 re. right-wing dental groups
-P.C. Goulding to D.R. McNeil, July 12, 1963 re. Fluoridation Manual
McNeil, Donald R. – interview notes (2)
-notes of interview with Frank Bull and Robert Mason, April 26, 1955
-notes of interview with H. Trendley Dean and J. Roy Doty, May 3, 1955
McNeil, Donald R. (1923-1996) –published writings (2)
-McNeil, D.R. 1961. The polemics of fluoridation. The Nation, February 6, 1961, pages 98-100.
[attached to this document are two letters to The Nation published March 4, 1961, commenting on McNeil’s article. ]
-McNeil, D.R. 1985. America’s longest war: The fight over fluoridation, 1950-. The Wilson Quarterly, Summer 1985: 140-153.
[In this article McNeil reports, “More than 10,000 scientific studies have shown that adding one part per million (ppm) fluoride to water will safely and effectively inhibit tooth decay…” A 2015 Cochrane Review found 157 on fluoride’s effectiveness, of which three were found to be of high quality.]
-cryptic note found with a photocopy of this article in the Bevis Papers
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The Fluoridation Record (31)
[This daily newsletter was published by Michael F. Dolan of Belchertown, MA between July 1, 2016 and August 11, 2016 in 38 issues. It consisted of news and commentary about fluoridation and related topics.]
-The Fluoridation Record, July 1, 2016 [skeletal fluorosis in India]
-The Fluoridation Record, July 2, 2016 [FAN report on water regulation violations in Texas]
-The Fluoridation Record, July 3, 2016
-The Fluoridation Record, July 4, 2016 [dentistry’s response to Cochrane Review]
-The Fluoridation Record, July 5, 2016 [endocrinologists call for end to neurotoxin exposures]
-The Fluoridation Record, July 6, 2016
-The Fluoridation Record, July 7, 2016 [split in Health Care for All over dental therapists]
-The Fluoridation Record, July 8, 2016 [CDC ignores cost of dental fluorosis]
-The Fluoridation Record, July 9, 2016 [“A mouthful of fluorosis is a beautiful thing”]
-The Fluoridation Record, July 10, 2016 [review of Psychiatry Under the Influence, part 1]
-The Fluoridation Record, July 11, 2016 [review of Psychiatry Under the Influence, part 2]
-The Fluoridation Record, July 12, 2016 [review of Psychiatry Under the Influence, part 3]
-The Fluoridation Record, July 13, 2016 [Health official’s ties to soda industry]
-The Fluoridation Record, July 14, 2016 [ADA’s response to threat from Andrew Young in GA]
-The Fluoridation Record, July 15, 2016 [Mullenix report suppressed by NTP]
-The Fluoridation Record, July 16, 2016 [Johns Hopkins’ experiments on pregnant women]
-The Fluoridation Record, July 17, 2016 [JH researcher: fluoride as pro-health elixir]
-The Fluoridation Record, July 18, 2016 [JH researcher denies fluoride crosses placenta]
-The Fluoridation Record, July 19, 2016 [JH researcher: more errors in literature review]
-The Fluoridation Record, July 20, 2016 [EPA ignores synergy]
-The Fluoridation Record, July 21, 2016 [Thomas Frank on the professional class]
-The Fluoridation Record, July 22, 2016 [FDA rule on fluoride labeling]
-The Fluoridation Record, July 23, 2016 [further errors by John Hopkins’ Burd]
-The Fluoridation Record, July 24, 2016 [NTP spin on Harvard meta-analysis]
-The Fluoridation Record, July 25, 2016 [Grandjean on EC and endocrine disruptors]
-The Fluoridation Record, July 26, 2016 [Children unlikely to die from weekly fluoride program]
-The Fluoridation Record, July 27, 2016 [Fluoride and Oral Health authors on children’s toothpaste]
-The Fluoridation Record, July 28, 2016 [Alzheimer’s orthodoxy refuted]
-The Fluoridation Record, July 29, 2016 [Prosecution for research fraud]
-The Fluoridation Record, July 30, 2016 [Scotland’s Childsmile program endorsed]
-The Fluoridation Record, July 31, 2016 [misleading consent forms on premature babies experiment]
-The Fluoridation Record August 1, 2016 [opposition to fluoridation in Canadian history]
-The Fluoridation Record August 2, 2016 [Nakazawa’s Childhood Disrupted]
-The Fluoridation Record August 3 2016 [triumph of heterodox Lyme disease treatment]
-The Fluoridation Record August 4, 2016 [Little evidence dental floss is effective]
-The Fluoridation Record August 5, 2016 [Dentistry’s response re. floss]
-The Fluoridation Record August 6, 2016 [Seneff on glyphosate exposure]
-The Fluoridation Record August 11, 2016 [PFOS widespread in drinking water]
Healing News [Gerson Institute] 28(1), Jan/Feb 2013
HHORAGES – France
[This is a French group that was organized in response to the iatrogenic illnesses of children of women who were given sex hormones during pregnancy. The organization’s full name is Halte aux HORmones Artificielles pour les GrossessES.]
-HHORAGES – INFOS, numéro 12 – août 2016
Massachusetts Fluoridation News (10)
[This newsletter was published by Michael F. Dolan of Belchertown, MA in ten issues between December 7, 2015 and March 14, 2016. It combined the results of a signature campaign in western Massachusetts with topical news on fluoridation and related topics.]
-Massachusetts Fluoridation News, December 7, 2015
- Massachusetts Fluoridation News, December 14, 2015
- Massachusetts Fluoridation News, December 21, 2015
- Massachusetts Fluoridation News, December 28, 2015
- Massachusetts Fluoridation News, January 4, 2016
- Massachusetts Fluoridation News, January 11, 2016
- Massachusetts Fluoridation News, January 18, 2016
- Massachusetts Fluoridation News, January 25, 2016
- Massachusetts Fluoridation News, February 15, 2016
- Massachusetts Fluoridation News, March 14, 2016
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National Fluoridation News Vol. 22 No. 4, Oct-Dec 1976
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[transcript of Congressional hearing, 82nd Congress, USA]
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Fluoridation of Public Water Supplies. 1955. Jacksonville, FL.
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Roots of Decay: The Fluoride Conspiracy and Its Reversal by Tim Martin, undated, but post 1993.
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You Are The Guinea Pig. National Fluoridation News, 1967.
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Theses and dissertations
Ludigs, H. 2013. Fluorid und die Geschichte der US-amerikanischen Zahnmedizin, ca. 1900-1950. Universität Konstanz. (filed under Ludigs)
Surgeon General Koop’s Ad Hoc Committee on “Non-Dental Health Effects of Fluoride,: April 18, 1983. Day 1.
Surgeon General Koop’s Ad Hoc Committee on “Non-Dental Health Effects of Fluoride,: April 19, 1983. Day 2.
Bioterror. NOVA documentary. WGBH Educational Foundation. 2002.
Clark University Fluoride Forum, Citizens for Safe Drinking Water, Oct. 24, 1996.
Community Water Fluoridation. American Dental Association X856, circa 2000.
A Dentist Tells the Truth About Fluoridation: Interview with Dr. John Colquhoun, May 1, 1998.
Evolution and Human Equality. Stephen Jay Gould. Natural History Magazine Video, 2002.
Hard to Swallow? The Water Fluoridation Debate. Irish TV, 2001.
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Pennsylvania Environmental Congress. Carlisle, PA. Sep. 28, 1996. Keynote Speaker – Dr. Paul Connett.
Re-thinking Fluoridation. EPA Headquarters Union Calls for a Moratorium. Circa 2000