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3. Parran, T., cited by F.J. McClure, op. Cit., page vii.
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5. Lee, J. (1995). Fluoridation Follies: A Review of the The Errors that Nullify Claims of Fluoride Benefits. Copies of this article can be obtained from Dr. John Lee, 9620 Bodega Highway, Sebastopol, California 95472
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40. Natural Living with Gary Null. (Radio program on station WEVD (1050 AM) in New York City, tel: 212-799-1246). Broadcast March 10, 1995. Program #310. Interview between William Marcus and Gary Null. Complete audio tape available for $13.50 from 1-888-317-2346.
41. National Research Council (1993). Health Effects of Ingested Fluoride. National Academy Press, Washington, DC.
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49. Theorell, H. (1958). Letter dated March 12, 1958.
50. Luke, J. (1994). Effects of Fluoride on the Physiology of the Pineal Gland. Caries Research, 28, 204.
51. GGVideo [Grassroots and Global Video] (1999). Fluoride, the Pineal Gland and Melatonin: An Interview with and Presentation by Dr. Jennifer Luke. Videotape, length 40 minutes. Available from GGVideo, 82 Judson Street, Canton, NY 13617. Tel: 315-379-9544. Fax: 315-379-0448. E-mail: email@example.com
52. Colborn, T. et al (1996). Our Stolen Future: Are We Threatening Our Fertility, Intelligence, and Survival? Dutton, NY, NY.
53. Schuld, A. (1999). How Do Fluorides Interfere With Thyroid Function. Fluoride Watershed, Journal of the National Pure Water Association, 5, (November), pp. 3-6 (NWPA address, see reference 9).
54. Parents of Fluoride Poisoned Children [PFPC] (1999). Comparison of over 150 symptoms and associations: Hypothyroidism/Fluoride Poisoning. PFPC, Vancouver, Canada. Website: http://www.bruha.com/fluoride/html/symptoms_hypo_f.htm
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57. Susa M. (1999). Heterotrimeric G proteins as fluoride targets in bone. Int J Mol Med 3(2):115-126.
58. Anna Strunecká & Jirí Patocka (1999). Running title: Pharmacological implications of aluminofluoride complexes. Corresponding author: Anna Strunecká, Department of Physiology and Developmental Physiology, Faculty of Sciences, Charles University, Vinièná 7, 128 00, Prague 2, Czech Republic. Telephone: (42) - 02/21953239. Fax: (42) - 02/299713. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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60. Griffiths, J. and Bryson, C. (1997). Fluoride, Teeth and the Atomic Bomb. Waste Not, #414. Available from Waste Not, 82 Judson Street, Canton, NY 13617. Tel: 315-379-9200. E-mail: email@example.com
61. Mullenix, P. et al (1995). Neurotoxicity of Sodium Fluoride in Rats. Neurotoxicology and Teratology, 17, 169-177.
62. Whitford, G.A.(1997). Letter to David Apanian, P.E., Division of Oral Health, Centers for Disease Control (CDC), March 28, 1997. The letter begins, "As requested I have reviewed the paper of Mullenix et al..." This letter was never sent to Dr. Mullenix, nor was it sent to the journal (Ref. 61) where her article was printed, but it was circulated by the CDC.
63. Mullenix, P.J. (1999). Statement submitted in connection with an Environmental Assessment for a proposed fluoridation project, May 5, 1999. Full statement available from Phyllis Mullenix, P.O.Box 753, Andover, Massachusetts, 01810-3347.
64. Diesendorf, M. (1989). Fluoridation of Water. Letter to the editor. Chemical and Engineering News, January 30, 1989, page 2-3.
65. GGVideo (1999). Dr . Phyllis Mullenix: Fluoride and the Brain. Videotape, length 57 minutes. Available from GGVideo--see ref 51 for details.
66. Varner, J.A. et al (1998). Chronic Administration of Aluminum-Fluoride and Sodium-Fluoride to Rats in Drinking Water: Alterations in Neuronal and Cerebrovascular Integrity. Brain Research, 784, 284-298.
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68. Li, X.S., (1995). Effect of Fluoride Exposure on Intelligence in Children. Fluoride, 28:4, 189-192.
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73. GGVideo (1999). Silico-fluorides, Lead and Violent Crime. Videotape. Available from GGVideo--see Ref 51 for details.
74. Hanmer, R. (Deputy Assistant Administrator for Water, US EPA). Letter to Leslie A. Russell, D.M.D., 363 Walnut Street, Newtonville, Mass 02160. March 30, 1983.
75. Forbes, Barry (1999). Prominent researcher apologizes for pushing fluoride. The Tribune, Mesa, AZ. December 5, 1999.
76. Glasser, G.C. (1998). Fluoride and the Phosphate Connection. Earth Island Journal. Vol. 13, No. 3, Summer 1998. Special Report: Fluorides and the Environment, pp. 14-15. Earth Island Institute, 300 Broadway, Suite 28, San Francisco, CA 94133-3312. Tel: 415-788-3666. Fax: 415-788-7324. Website: www.earthisland.org
77. Vorstal, J.J. (1971). Biological Effects of Atmospheric Pollutants: Fluorides. National Academy of Sciences, Washington, DC.
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79. Foulkes, R.C. and Anderson, A.C. (1998). Impact of Artificial Fluoridation on Salmon In the Northwest US and British Columbia. Earth Island Journal. Vol. 13, No. 3, Summer 1998. Special Report: Fluorides and the Environment, pp.8-10.
80. Carton, R. (1999). Personal communication. Dec. 14, 1999.
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83. Chicago Tribune (1999). The Tarnished Image of Dr. Koop (Editorial). Nov. 2, 1999.
84. National Academy of Sciences (1971). Fluorides. Committee on Biologic Effects of Atmospheric Pollutants, Division of Medical Sciences, National Research Council, Washington, D.C. See figure 9-17, page 212.
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86. GG Video (1997). National Academy of Sciences Plays Politics with Fluoride. Videotape, length, 135 minutes, October, 1997. See ref. 51 for ordering details.
87. Burgstahler, A. (1998). Two Unanswered Letters. Fluoride (Discussion Section), 31, 153-157.
88. Yiamouyiannis, J., (1999). Letter to Dr. Bruce Alberts, President, National Academy of Sciences and Dr. Kenneth Shine, President, Institute of Medicine, Washington, D.C. Text of letter available from the Safe Water Foundation, 6439 Taggart Road, Delaware, Ohio 43015.
89. Moolenburg, H. (1987). Fluoride: The Freedom Fight. pp 103-107. Mainstream Publishing, Edinburgh.
90. Pennsylvania Cable Network (1999). Debate on Fluoridation: Dr. Paul Connett versus Representative Tigue (Pa.). Oct. 23, 1999. Videotape available from Ellie Rudolph, 645 Ninth Street, Oakmont, Pa. 15139. Tel: 412-828-5096.
91. Hirzy, J.W. (1999). Why the Union Representing US E.P.A's Professionals in Washington, D.C. Opposes Fluoridation. Waste Not # 448. May 1, 1999. For more information call Dr. Hirzy at the National Treasury Employees Union Chapter 280. Tel: 202-260-4683 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
92. According to Albert Burgstahler the term "protected pollutant" appears to have been first been first used in the pamphlet: The Case of the Protected Pollutant. Jerard, E. Distributed in 1969. Copies available from Dr. Albert Burgstahler, Chemistry Department, University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS 66045-0046.