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UK Against Fluoridation

Tuesday, April 24, 2018

FAN Ireland Fluoride Action Network Ireland
Published on 23 Apr 2018
The Health Act, passed by the Irish Government in 1960 made the fluoridation of water supplies mandatory for all city councils. Fluoridation is the addition of fluoride chemicals into public water supplies with the goal of reducing tooth decay. Ireland is currently the only country in the EU with a policy of mandatory public water fluoridation, our European counterparts have rejected fluoride for medical and ethical reasons. So why does this controversial policy continue in Ireland? FAN Ireland asks Dr Paul Connett, executive director of Fluoride Action Network.


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