It has long been known that in fluoridated cities there is more lead to be found in children’s bodies.

Masters and Coplan give their theory of how this works.

Citizens of El Paso have succeeded in getting Texas not to renew Asarco’s permit to dump eight tons of lead into the air, soil, and water each year.

We are trying to get hunters to quit using lead. It would make sense that we should try to get all lead out of drinking water.

Washington has a get out the lead program, but it does not give any consideration to lead in fluoridation materials or the power of fluorosilicates to capture lead that might otherwise be excrete it and cause the body to retain it.

Get the Lead Out

The CDC claims that silocofluorides have no effect on lead in water main but admit possible problems in old homes and schools because of leaded brass in fittings and spiggots. Virtually all brass fittings still contains some lead.

http://www.cdc.gov/fluoridation/fact_sheets/engineering/corrosion.htm

Chloramines, Lead, and Fluorosilicates Together are Touble

http://www2.fluoridealert.org/Alert/United-States/National/Chloramine-Lead-Pipes-Fluoride-Contaminated-tap-water

NeuroToxicology article by Masters and Rockefeller: Fluorosilicates cause higher levels of lead uptake in children.

http://www.dartmouth.edu/~news/releases/2001/mar01/flouride.html

It has long been known that in fluoridated cities there is more lead to be found in children’s bodies.

Masters and Coplan give their theory of how this works.