- Dear Taylor,
- I would be more than happy to put this on my lists for
you. You are right, I know about fluoride and if you will go to http://www.dorway.com
you will see Dr. Russell Blaylock's paper on the interaction of aspartame,
MSG, fluoride and RBGH. It's discussed also in the doctor's books. I'll
send you another post by private email of recent press releases that will
have all the resources.
- We also have an Aspartame Information List you can subscribe
to on http://www.wnho.net And I'll see if I can get this put on some web
- All my best,
- Dear Dr. Martini,
- As I have taken note that you are also not a supporter
of forced artificial fluoridation of municipal water sources, I want to
call something to your attention, even though it's likely you already know.
- Recently a Harvard Oral Epidemiologists was caught red-handed
covering up the very negative results of a fluoridation/bone cancer connection
to boys between the ages of 5 to 10.
- This dental researcher reported to federal officials
and the National Academy of Sciences that there was no connection between
drinking fluoridated water and osteosarcoma, a rare bone cancer in males.
However, this same individual, as supervisor and advisor to a key PhD student
studying this problem, signed off in 2001 on the epidemiological work carried
out by the doctoral subordinate that showed a robust correlation between
drinking fluoridated water and much higher rates of osteosarcoma in boys.
- In fact, this cover-up on the part of an esteemed dental
researcher has recently hit the mainstream press, some of which can be
easily accessed from the home page of www.fluorideaction.net or www.fluoridealert.org.
(Warning: don't type in fluoridealert.com, because doing so routs you to
- The reason that I am contacting you is to encourage you
to mention something about this cover-up in any of your online submissions.
- Thank you for all of your work on behalf of the public
through your drive to educate consumers about the awful truth regarding
aspartame. There will be reason to celebrate if the tragedy of aspartame
and water fluoridation ends some day.
- Mr. Taylor Moore