"Clastogenic activity of sodium fluoride in great ape cells"
"NaF [sodium fluoride] is known to induce chromosome aberrations at these concentrations in human cells, but not in most rodent cells. The results
showed that the clastogenicity [chromosome damage] of NaF [sodium fluoride] was limited to human and great ape cells."
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"Is there a need of extra fluoride in children?"
"Fluoride consumption by human beings increases the general cancer death rate, disrupts the synthesis of collagen and leads to the breakdown of
collagen in bone, tendon, muscle, skin, cartilage, lungs, kidney and trachea, causing disruptive effect on tissues in the body. It inhibits
antibody formation, disturbs immune system and makes the child prone to malignancy. Fluoride has been categorized as a protoplasmic poison..."
"Regression analysis of cancer incidence rates and water fluoride in the U.S.A. based on WHO data..."
"...cancers of the oral cavity and pharynx, colon and rectum, hepato-biliary and urinary organs were positively associated with Fluoridated
Drinking water (FD). This was also the case for bone cancers in male, in line with results of rat experiments. Brain tumors and T-cell system
Hodgkin's disease, Non-Hodgkin lymphoma, multiple myeloma, melanoma of the skin and monocytic leukaemia were also correlated with Fluoridated
"Age-specific fluoride exposure in drinking water and osteosarcoma (United States)."
"We explored age-specific and gender-specific effects of fluoride level in drinking water and the incidence of osteosarcoma. ..."
"Our exploratory analysis found an association between fluoride exposure in drinking water during childhood and the incidence of
osteosarcoma among males but not consistently among females."
"Relationship between fluoride concentration in drinking water and mortality rate from uterine cancer in Okinawa prefecture, Japan"
"The Okinawa Islands located in the southern-most part of Japan were under U.S. administration from 1945 to 1972. During that time, fluoride was
added to the drinking water supplies in most regions. The relationship between fluoride concentration in drinking water and uterine cancer mortality
rate was studied in 20 municipalities of Okinawa and the data were analyzed using correlation and multivariate statistics. A significant positive
correlation was found between fluoride concentration in drinking water and uterine cancer mortality in 20 municipalities "