As one might expect, the EPA filed a motion to dismiss the lawsuit.Fortunately, United States District Judge Edward M.So, the case is scheduled for trial that will last two weeks or longer in the federal district court of San Francisco.Thousands of pages of testimony have already been gathered in preparation for the trial. Please consider donating to this history-making lawsuit.As explained by Connett, the TSCA allows citizens and nongovernmental organizations to petition the EPA to remove toxic substances found to pose a threat either to the general population or a subset of that population.The petition was made on the grounds that a large body of research demonstrates fluoride is neurotoxic at doses within the range now seen in fluoridated communities, and included over 2,500 pages of scientific documentation detailing these health risks.The reason it jumped from six to 18 was that my son, Michael, who spearheaded much of this …research into neurotoxicity, had translated many of the Chinese studies …
These 27 studies were done over a period of 21 years. They were done in different geographical areas of China. Despite all that variety of research, 26 of the studies showed that the children with the higher fluoride exposure … As explained by Connett, it’s not the concentration of fluoride in the water (measured in mg per liter) that is significant for health.
In all, there are more than 300 animal and human studies demonstrating fluoride can cause: In the featured video, Paul Connett, Ph.
D., a toxicologist, environmental chemist and the founder and current director of the Fluoride Action Network (FAN), provides an update on FAN’s lawsuit against the U. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to stop water fluoridation nationwide, along with the history behind and the science underpinning it.
Now, they pointed out many weaknesses in the study designs.
They didn’t feel they had enough information in many of those studies.By 2010, when we published our book ‘The Case Against Fluoride: How Hazardous Waste Ended Up in Our Drinking Water and the Bad Science and Powerful Politics That Keep It There,’ which I published with Dr. Spedding Micklem from Scotland, the number [of studies] had risen to 23 …