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UK Against Fluoridation

Wednesday, June 03, 2009

UK - NHS South Central sets aside £400,000 for fluoridation review

South Central strategic health authority has set aside £400,000 to cover the costs of a likely judicial review following its board’s decision in February to add fluoride to water supplies in parts of the region.
The news came as NHS Yorkshire and the Humber said it would carry out a study into the feasibility of adding fluoride to its region’s water supply, following requests from Bradford and Airedale and Kirklees primary care trusts.

Over £400,000 has already been spent on the Southampton consultation when you add the PCT costs together with the SHA's. What a terrible waste of taxpayers funds on an unwanted, unproven, unsafe mass medication.


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