I've backed up off toothpaste. I noticed every time I brush my tongue, it bleeds; like it has just been scraped.

When I started using a mix of:

  • Arm & Hammer Baking baking soda,
  • teatree oil, (*Fantasia NATURALS 100% Pure TEA TREE OIL - 1oz)
  • and Dr.Tichenor's antiseptic "Peppermint Mouthwash" (*concentrated formula).

My mouth has been sweeter, and my tongue has not bled since...~

By Michael Downey Special to the Toronto Star April 25 , 1999

Two years ago, parents in the United States began noticing the word poison on
their toothpaste tubes. The reason: U.S. drug regulators were beginning to doubt
the safety of fluoride, particularly to children, and demanded warnings on the

Decades of research have been conducted on the dangers of fluoride to human health. The ingredient in toothpaste is pharmaceutical grade sodium fluoride. Even toothpaste tube labels have a warning to call the Poison Control Center if ingested. Fluoride is the poison.

Hydrofluorosilicic acid is what is added to drinking water. It is untreated toxic waste from the phosphate fertilizer industry added to city tap water, and has trace amounts of other toxins in the waste including arsenic and heavy metals. Fluoride is classified as a neurotoxin, just as harmful as lead and aluminum to the human developing brain

There is no point swallowing fluoridated water. The only benefit should come from direct contact with the teeth.

The GW Bush Gang: IG Farben 2001


By Robert Lederman

Secretary of the Treasury, Paul H. O'Neill is the chairman of "Alcoa Aluminum", "one of the world's worst polluters" and a leading corporate supporter of Nazi Germany and eugenics.

O'Neill owns 1.6 million shares of Alcoa, worth more than $50 million.

During WWII "Alcoa" negotiated a deal with the Nazis and IG Farben to supply Germany's war machine rather than the US military with aluminum. (*also see Bush Gang and "tetraethyl")

"If America loses this war," said then Secretary of the Interior Harold Ickes on June 26, 1941, "it can thank the Aluminum Corporation of America [ALCOA]."

Alcoa produces hundreds of millions of tons of fluoride. (see Lockheed Martin and U.S Airforce test Percholate/rocket fuel additive on civilians and nations water supply)

Floride, is a highly toxic waste byproduct of aluminum has been linked in thousands of medical studies to cancer and other degenerative diseases.

In the 1950's Alcoa arranged to have it added to our nation's drinking water rather than disposed of as toxic waste. During WWII in IG Farben's slave labor camps Nazis scientists "discovered" that by adding fluoride to the drinking water they could make prisoners more submissive to authority. O'Neill is a fellow at the RAND Corporation and American Enterprise Institute, two more extreme right-wing think tanks.

Fluoride Linked to Bone Cancer, Again
Fluoride is added to 2/3 of U.S. public water supplies; but is not essential for water purification or dental health.

New York – June 27, 2005 -- Newly available research, out of Harvard University, links fluoride in tap water, at levels most Americans drink, to osteosarcoma, a rare form of bone cancer(1).

The Environmental Working Group (EWG), a highly-regarded Washington DC-based organization, urges that fluoride in tap water be declared a known or probable cancer cause (2), based on this and previous animal and human studies.

Elise Bassin, PhD writes, in her April 2001 Harvard doctoral thesis, “…for males less than twenty years old, fluoride level in drinking water [about 1 part per million] during growth is associated with an increased risk of osteosarcoma.”

Further, EWG charges that Bassin’s lead advisor, Chester W. Douglass, DMD, PhD signed off on her research; but told federal health officials there is no cancer link to fluoride, according to the Boston Herald (2a).

Douglass is also editor-in-chief of the Colgate Oral Care Report, a newsletter that goes to dentists and is supported by toothpaste manufacturer Colgate Palmolive.

“It appears Douglass violated federal research rules, according to the group’s complaint, which they plan to file with the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences,” writes the Boston Herald.
According to EWG, “Research dating back decades, much of it government funded, has long suggested that fluoride added to drinking water presents a unique cancer risk to the growing bones of young boys.” (3)

Citing a strong body of peer-reviewed evidence, including the Bassin study, EWG urges an expedited review of fluoride for inclusion in a U.S. government report of substances known or feared to be cancer-causing in humans. (2)

Richard Wiles, EWG’s Sr. Vice President, told the British newspaper The Observer, “I've spent 20 years in public health trying to protect kids from toxic exposure. Even with DDT, you don't have the consistently strong data that the compound can cause cancer as you now have with fluoride.” (4)

High-quality epidemiological studies show a strong association between fluoride in tap water and osteosarcoma in boys, reports EWG.

EWG’s Wiles writes, “The safety of fluoride in America’s tap water is a pressing health concern….the weight of the evidence strongly supports the conclusion that millions of boys in these [fluoridated] communities are at significantly increased risk of developing bone cancer as a result.”

“The Harvard dissertation…obviously had merit because Bassin was awarded her doctorate,” writes The Observer.

Fluoride chemicals are added to about 70% of public water supplies ostensibly to reduce tooth decay, not to purify the water.

The NRC found The Environmental Protection Agency’s Maximum Contaminant Level Goal (MCLG) for fluoride is too high to be protective of health (4 mg/L) and must be lowered.

EPA scientists have been saying this since 1986; but EPA management caved to political pressure and over-ruled its scientists.

There’s loads of evidence linking fluoride to adverse health effects – even at low doses added to public and some bottled water supplies (See link) At least three members of the NRC fluoride panel believe the MCLG for fluoride should be zero.
What Is Fluoride

Fluoride is a pollutant – a by-product of copper, iron and aluminum manufacturing. The problem of how to legally dispose of fluoride was solved in the 1930’s when a study (funded by one of the country’s largest aluminum companies) concluded that fluoride prevented tooth decay. A successful public relations effort, helped along with some cooperative government cronies, resulted in the good news going out: this miracle chemical, when added to water supplies, will give everyone healthy teeth and brighter smiles.


The NRC study found that the high levels of bone fluoride and the similarity of the mechanisms of action between fluoride-induced DNA damage and chemically-induced p53 mutations lead us to believe that high fluoride bone content might be one of the major factors causing osteosarcoma (bone cancer).

Mutations in the p53 genes are the most commonly observed genetic alterations in human cancer. Ramesh concludes that fluoride probably causes mutations in p53.

In 1990 a National Toxicology Program (NTP) study determined fluoride could be a cancer-causing agent. The NTP study “supplied a detailed description of the toxicology of fluoride, not only in terms of osteosarcoma, but also lesions in the oral mucosa, thyroid gland, skin and uterus…(which) prompted us to re-test the hypothesis of an epidemiological association between water fluoridation and cancer incidences…”, wrote Takahashi who found fluoridation status positively correlates to cancers of the oral cavity, pharynx, colon, rectum, hepato-bilary & urinary organs and bone cancer.

Let’s be perfectly clear: Fluoride is not something your body needs. No one has a fluoride deficiency. Fluoride is a false magic bullet solution from a bygone era. Now, 60 years after water fluoridation began, the word is getting out, that this stuff is just plain bad.

Because osteosarcoma usually develop from osteoblasts (the cells that manufacture growing bone), it most commonly develops in teenagers who are experiencing their adolescent growth spurt. Boys are twice as likely to have osteosarcoma as girls, and most cases of osteosarcoma involve the bones around the knee. (7)

Health of Effects of Ingested Fluoride

Use of Sodium Fluoride
for mass behavioral control in Nazi Germany which is now being carried out in the USA.

It is a matter of record that sodium fluoride has been used for behavior control of populations.

In an "Address in Reply to the Governor's Speech to Parliament", Mr. Harley Rivers Dickinson, Liberal Party Member of the Victorian Parliament for South Barwon, Australia [In Australia, parliamentarian Mr. Harley Dickenson raised the issue in the Victorian Legislative council, which is recorded in the official Hansard report on August 12th, 1987] made a statement on the historical use of fluorides for behavior control.

Mr. Dickinson reveals that,

"At the end of the Second World War, the United States Government sent Charles Elliot Perkins, a research worker in chemistry, biochemistry, physiology and pathology, to take charge of the vast Farben chemical plants in Germany. While there, he was told by German chemists of a scheme which had been worked out by them during the war and adopted by the German General Staff.

"This scheme was to control the population in any given area through mass medication of drinking water. In this scheme, sodium fluoride occupied a prominent place.

"Repeated doses of infinitesimal amounts of fluoride will in time reduce an individual's power to resist domination by slowly poisoning and narcotizing a certain area of the brain, and will thus make him submissive to the will of those who wish to govern him.
"Both the Germans and the Russians added fluoride to the drinking water of prisoners of war to make them stupid and docile."

It is interesting that Dr. George Estabrooks, an advisor to the United States Government on hypnotism and psychological behavior control, later became chairman of the "Department of Psychology at Colgate University".

Internationally, Colgate was and remains today the most ardent producer and advocate for fluoridated toothpaste. The use of chemicals by the government to modify behavior of select population groups is not new. During the first two World Wars, bromides were administered to service men to dim the libido in an attempt to inhibit forays into local bordellos.

Today, in Australia, the military fluoridates the drinking water of the soldiers, ostensibly to protect the teeth. However, since the mythical ability of fluorides "to prevent tooth decay" only exists for those under the age of 12, it is certain that the real purpose is less altruistic.

In volume one of Matrix III, we discussed the role of Alcoa Aluminum in the production of fluoride, the role of Alcoa lawyer Oscar Ewing, who eventually gained control of what was to become the United States Public Health Service, his promotion of fluoridation and the use of advertising and false propaganda in an attempt to sell water fluoridation to an unsuspecting public. Interestingly, it turns out that Alcoa transferred its sodium fluoride production technology to Germany in 1939 under the Alted Agreement, and Dow Chemical Company transmitted its experience and technology to Germany during the same period.

Charles Kettering, vice president and director of research at General Motors from 1920 to 1947, under his leadership, in 1928, scientists at GM patented Freon, the fluoride-based refrigerant. GM and DuPont together manufactured Freon and jointly reaped the benefits -- sales of Freon increased by a factor of 17 between 1931 and 1943, generating $35 million in gross revenues. But in 1935, a GM and DuPont toxicity study revealed that hydrofluoric acid, also known as hydrogen fluoride and a key component of Freon, was highly toxic no matter how small the exposure. Workers who breathed the gas suffered lung hemorrhaging and liver damage.

Six months after the study was complete, Kettering was named to the American Dental Association's (ADA) three-person advisory committee on research in dental caries, which published a compilation of research on tooth decay. The volume drew heavily on the work of fluoride promoters, and Kettering's financial interest in fluoride was never disclosed to the dentists who read the publication. Nor was the fact that he had donated his own money to support the ADA's activities.

In 1950, the ADA and the federal Public Health Service -- then under the control of the ex-Alcoa lawyer Oscar Ewing -- worked together to usher in the age of artificial water fluoridation. And in turn, Ewing would rely upon the public relations wizardry of Bernays to make it all happen.

(In 1932, the Public Health Service, working with the Tuskegee Institute, began a study to record the untreated symptoms of syphilis in hopes of justifying the racial difference of "untreated syphilis in blacks and whites". It was called the "Tuskegee Study of Untreated Syphilis in the Negro Male." Although originally projected to last 6 to 8 months, the study actually went on for 40 years. It has been called "arguably the most infamous biomedical research study in U.S. history."

* Edward L. Bernays, the nephew of Sigmund Freud and the most influential public relations master of the twentieth century, admitted to his role in engineering the push for nationwide fluoridation. THE FLUORIDE DECEPTION by Christopher Bryson

So, we have the U.S. transmitting technology to Germany before the war that allows Germany to experiment on select elements of the European population, and then after the war Nazi scientists and the results of experiments are brought back to the United States under Operation Paperclip. Curious, isn't it?

A little research turned up the fact that I.G. Farben developed organophosphate nerve agents, Zyklon B cyanide-based extermination gas used on the Jews during the war, and many other interesting substances (abortion pills, and the Mirena Implant. Both contain "Levonorgestrel" a known "organophospate pesticide").

I.G. Farben, financially supported by the United States, was the first to develop and process heroin and cocaine. They also developed fluorinated nerve gases Sarin and Soman. Farben had many interconnections with companies in the United States and Britain. Consult the illustrative chart in this book.

In a letter abstracted from Fluoridation and Lawlessness, published by the Committee for Mental Health and National Security (with obvious implications) from the aforementioned Charles Perkins, U.S. appointed post-war head of I.G. Farben, to the Lee Foundation for Nutritional Research, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, October 2, 1954, we read the following:

"We are told by the fanatical ideologists who are advocating the fluoridation of the water supplies in this country that their purpose is to reduce the incidence of tooth decay in children, and it is the plausibility of this excuse, plus the gullibility of the public and the cupidity of public officials that is responsible for the present spread of artificial water fluoridation in this country.

"However - and I want to make this very definite and positive - the real reason behind water fluoridation is not to benefit children's teeth. If this were the real reason, there are many ways in which it could be done which are much easier, cheaper and far more effective. The real purpose behind water fluoridation is to reduce the resistance of the masses to domination, control and loss of liberty."


"When the Nazis decided to go into Poland, the German General Staff and the Russian General Staff exchanged scientific and military ideas, plans and personnel. The scheme of mass control through water medication was seized upon by the Russian Communists because it fitted ideally into their plans to Communize the world. I say this in all earnestness and sincerity of a scientist who has spent nearly 20 years research into the chemistry, biochemistry, physiology and pathology of fluorides. Any person who drinks artificially fluoridated water for a period of one year or more will never again be the same person, mentally or physically."

When Major General Racey Jordan was in charge of the massive lend-lease airlift operations from Great Falls, Montana to Russia, via Alaska, he queried the trans-shipment of considerable amounts of sodium fluoride. He was told frankly that it was to put into the drinking water of the prisoner of war camps to take away their will to resist. It is also interesting that former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, who has a background in academic chemistry, initiated a program involving astronomical expenditures of UK revenue on a fluoridation campaign in Northern Ireland.

Note: In his interview (below) Oscar R. Ewing describes his duty as Administrator over the PHS and his encounter with Dr. Parran.

Thomas Parran, Jr was Surgeon General during the Tuskegee "untreated syphilis study" and even wrote a book about his "unsavory" conduct called, Shadow on the Land

A quick synopis ,of Dr. Parran's duties, as Surgeon General from "Nutrition and Physical Degernation by WESTON A. PRICE, MS., D.D.S., F.A.G.D:

Chapter 2

"...The general health problem has been thoroughly surveyed and interpreted by the Surgeon General of the United States Public Health Service, Dr. Parran.

Probably no one is so well informed in all of the phases of health as is the head of this important department of the government. In his recent preliminary report (1) to state and local officers for their information and guidance, he presented data that have been gathered by a large group of government workers.

The report includes a census of the health conditions of all the groups constituting the population of the United States--records of the health status and of the economic status of 2,660,000 individuals living in various sections, in various types of communities, on various economic levels. The data include records on every age-group.

He makes the following interpretations based upon the assumption that the 2,660,000 offer a fair sampling of the population, and he indicates the conclusions which may be drawn regarding conditions of status for the total population of some 130,000,000 people". end qoute

Thomas Parran, Jr.

In office
1936 – 1948

President Roosevelt appointed Parran as Surgeon General of the United States; he was sworn in on 6 April 1936.

Parran's syphilis control campaign was in full swing by the fall of 1936. Title 6 funds supported efforts to identify "untreated syphilis".

The National Venereal Disease Control Act of 1938 made funds available for rapid treatment centers that employed the new sulfa drugs and, later, penicillin which was never administered to Black particpants.

By 1947 penicillin had become the standard treatment for syphilis.

The US government sponsored several public health programs to form "rapid treatment centers" to eradicate the disease. When campaigns to eradicate venereal disease came to Macon County, however, study researchers prevented their "untreated patients" from participating.

During World War II, 250 of the subject men registered for the draft. They were consequently diagnosed and ordered to obtain treatment for syphilis before they could be taken into the armed services.

PHS researchers prevented them from getting treatment, thus depriving them of chances for a cure.

Women stood in lines to get cured from syphilis during the "study", but were denied treatment. This study was reserved for men 25 and up. No exceptions. ..."The problem was that as many women as men showed up at the field clinics and efforts to segregate the men often aroused suspicion." "Bad Blood" (Jones; pg.104 & 120)

During 1937, Dr. Parran wrote his book about syphilis called, "Shadow on the Land", was published and very well received. However, his work in "untreated syphilis" was tainted by the Tuskegee Syphilis Study which was conducted during his tenure as Surgeon General.

Beyond his tenure as Surgeon General, Parran remained prominent in international health, active in the Pan American Sanitary Organization and in Rockefeller Foundation programs.

Ewing's interview portion about Dr. Parran at length:

EWING: Well, Dr. Parran was Surgeon General when I became the Administrator of the Federal Security Agency in August of 1947. The statute describing the duties and responsibilities of the Administrator stated that all of the units [199]

in the Agency were to act under the supervision and direction of the Administrator. The Public Health Service had been put into the Agency when the Federal Security Agency was established by President Roosevelt by means of an Executive Order in 1939. There were a number of other governmental agencies that were brought in, too. The Office of Education, the Social Security Administration, the Food and Drug Administration, and so forth. Those separate units had been scattered through other departments.

The Public Health Service had been in the Treasury Department. The Food and Drug Administration had been in the Department of Agriculture; the Office of Education had been in the Department of Interior. All of the various bureaus of the new agency had come from other departments of the Government, and the heads of those bureaus really didn't like the idea of being under anybody's supervision and direction and they more or less resented it.

The day I was sworn in as Administrator, the various bureau chiefs came in to congratulate me. Dr. Parran was one of them. We had a very nice chat, and to make conversation, I told him of an experience that Mrs. Ewing had had. She had high blood pressure, hypertension,


but had got wonderful relief from a Doctor Walter Kempner who was at Duke University Hospital. When Mrs. Ewing first went down to Duke she couldn't walk three hundred yards, and by the time she left three months later, she could walk three miles a day. It was a miraculous improvement. I'm sure Doctor Kempner kept her alive for us for a number of years. I told all of this to Dr. Parran, who said, "I think the National Institutes of Health are making Dr. Kempner a grant for some research he is doing."
And I answered, "Well, that's very nice."

And a few days later I received a letter from Dr. Kempner congratulating me on my appointment. In answering his letter I included a statement that, "I understand the Public Health Service is giving you a grant and I'm very glad to hear that." I got a letter back from him saying, no, the Public Health Service was not giving him a grant, that he had applied to the Public Health Service for a grant and also to the insurance companies for a grant. The insurance companies had made him a grant but not the Public Health Service.

Later I saw Dr. Parran and told him what Dr. Kempner had written me. "Well," he said, "I thought we were but [201]

I'll make a check." He came back in a day or two and told me it was true that the Public Health Service was giving no grant to Dr. Kempner.
I asked, "Don't you think you ought to? This is marvelous work he is doing."

From then on, because the Administrator had suggested a grant, Dr. Parran was determined that no grant would be made.
FUCHS: What was his reply to your suggestion, immediate reply?
EWING: Oh, at first, he said he'd look into it, and then he said that the advisory committee had turned down the application for the grant and there was nothing that he could do about it. He had a dozen reasons why it couldn't be done. He had one of his assistant Surgeon Generals come and talk to me about it.

I didn't want to interfere or make any suggestions that were not justified; and certainly I wouldn't, as a layman, normally know anything about what ought to be done in this research field. But it just so happened that because of this experience with Mrs. Ewing I knew more about Dr. Kempner's work than anyone in the Public [202]

Health Service, and I felt, therefore, justified in insisting that they make Kempner a research grant. After all, high blood pressure was one of the great killers.

But Dr. Parran was determined to make no grant. Well, I got very annoyed with Dr. Parran over this. It was about this time that the Surgeon General had to fill vacancies in several of his advisory committees in the various Health Institutes. For instance, we had the Cancer Institute, we had the Heart Institute, the Dental Institute, there were five, I think, at that time. The advisory group personnel would change from time to time. There were vacancies that Dr. Parran wanted to fill and the appointments had to be approved by the Administrator. I just wouldn't act. The situation got rather critical. Some of the Institutes couldn't function because their advisory committees could not muster quorums. As a result, Dr. Parran came into my office one day mad as a hornet. He announced, "You've got to approve these appointments."
I asked, "Who is going to make me?"

"Why," he replied, "you've got to do it under the law."

"Well," I answered, "I'm not going to until

you can do something about this grant for Dr. Kempner."
"I can't do anything," he replied. "That advisory group doesn't meet until the first of the year." It being then, I'd say, mid-October.
I said, "Well, all right. That's all right."

So he left my office in a storming rage. As he went out my executive assistant, Mrs. Keyes, stopped him. She said, "Dr. Parran, you're making a big mistake if you get into a fight with the Administrator."
He answered, "Well, I can't do anything. That advisory group doesn't meet until January."

She replied, "There's a long distance telephone, Doctor. You can clear the grant quite quickly if you want to."

So, in a few days, about three or four days later, I was told that the advisory group had approved a grant for Dr. Kempner.

That whole experience annoyed me so much that when Dr. Parran's term as Surgeon General expired the following May, I did not recommend him for reappointment. I recommended Dr. Leonard Scheele. The President knew Dr. Scheele and was very happy to appoint him.

FUCHS: What had his position been?


EWING: He was an assistant Surgeon General, and a very able man.
FUCHS: You didn't ask Dr. Parran for a recommendation when you told him you weren't going to recommend him for reappointment?

EWING: When I called him up and told him that I was not going to recommend him and had decided on someone else he asked who it was. I told him it was to be Dr. Scheele. Dr. Parran was highly complimentary of Dr. Scheele. He was, I think, pretty bitter at me and quite understandably so. But as a matter of fact, I got him the job that he went into after he left the position as Surgeon General.

I found out that the Mellons had set up a research organization in Pittsburgh and they were looking for a director, and I recommended Dr. Parran for the job. I called him up to ask if it would interest him. Apparently he had been to a cocktail party so he told me in no unmistakable terms that he'd like me to keep my nose out of his business. But he took the job.

FUCHS: Well, now did the Mellon people write you as Federal

Security Administrator for a recommendation?


FUCHS: You did this on your own?

EWING: The head of that institution (Andrew W. Mellon, founder of Alcoa) was a man who had been in the department "previously" (as Surgeon General) and I knew him (Oscar Ewing was his lawyer).

He had come down to talk to me about the possibility of Dr. Parran and it was his thought that they might use Dr. Parran very well. Dr. Parran took the job and stayed there for several years.

FUCHS: Did you formally recommend him by letter after Dr. Parran had told you to mind your own business?

EWING: No. What had happened was that the man who was helping the Mellons find personnel for the project they would finance at the University of Pittsburgh came to me. He had read in the paper of Dr. Parran's resignation and asked if I thought Parran would be a good man to head the work. He remarked that Dr. Parran had a national name and was known as a very competent man and would I recommend him. I said, "Most assuredly." Then I thought I ought to advise Dr. Parran of the inquiry that had been made of me and of the recommendation that

I had made. And he told me to keep my nose out of his business. But he took the job.

FUCHS: Did you aver have any conversation with him after that?
EWING: Oh, I saw him three or four times after that and he was very nice and there was no evidence of any acrimony then.
FUCHS: When you first called him and said that you were not going to recommend him for reappointment as Surgeon General did he remonstrate with you or just how did he accept it?

EWING: Well, I think he was surprised but I don't recall that he offered any objection. He had been there for twelve years, and wholly apart from this personal controversy that had arisen between him and me there was a question of policy involved which was whether it was wise to keep one man as head of an organization like the Public Health Service indefinitely. There are younger men coming up and if they feel that they have no chance at the top job, they would be more likely to go off to other positions. From my own

experience where I was Administrator five years, I became thoroughly convinced that a man had contributed about all he can in five years. Actually, you run out of ideas and I don't think it's good to have a man in that kind of position too long.

Original Study papers
  • Caldwell, J. G; E. V. Price, et al. (1973). "Aortic regurgitation in the Tuskegee study of untreated syphilis". J Chronic Dis 26 (3): 187–94.
  • Hiltner, S. (1973). "The Tuskegee Syphilis Study under review". Christ Century 90 (43): 1174–6.
  • Kampmeier, R. H. (1972). "The Tuskegee study of untreated syphilis". South Med J 65 (10): 1247–51.
  • Kampmeier, R. H. (1974). "Final report on the "Tuskegee syphilis study". South Med J 67 (11): 1349–53.
  • Olansky, S.; L. Simpson, et al. (1954). "Environmental factors in the Tuskegee study of untreated syphilis". Public Health Rep 69 (7): 691–8.
  • Rockwell, D. H.; A. R. Yobs, et al. (1964). "The Tuskegee Study of Untreated Syphilis; the 30th Year of Observation". Arch Intern Med 114: 792–8.
  • Schuman, S. H.; S. Olansky, et al. (1955). "Untreated syphilis in the male negro; background and current status of patients in the Tuskegee study.". J Chronic Dis 2 (5): 543–58.

Peace be upon you

Oral History Interview with
Oscar R. Ewing

(237) FUCHS: In the administration of the Federal Security Agency did you have to deal with any other controversial matter that might be of interest?
EWING: Yes. There was quite a controversy over fluoridation...
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