Fluoride doped Hydroxyapatite in Soft Tissues and Cancer – A Literature Review
Inorganic Fluorides are potent bio-accumulative poisons with no nutritional value and there is abundant evidence from the published literature that they are genotoxic carcinogens affecting numerous organs. Fluoride interferes with the tumour suppression by Melatonin. Fluoride will
increase the deposition of Hydroxyapatite crystals in the tissues and these crystals accelerate malignant cancer growth.
Fluorides are so highly toxic that a single truckload of the industrial waste from the phosphate fertilizer industry, used to fluoridate public drinking water, is sufficient to kill the whole Australian populace outright. The largest recorded knock down of humans, animals and crops by Fluoride was
the eruption of Lakagígar in Iceland over an eight-month period between 1783 and 1784, where a mixture of Hydrogen Fluoride and Sulfur Dioxide is estimated to have claimed up to 6 million lives directly or indirectly (through starvation due to loss of livestock and crops) in the Northern
Hemisphere [Wikipedia 2015].
Humans and farm animals have not evolved to deal with Fluoride intoxication as have some other organisms [Li 2013] and recent studies have shown how the cells of these organisms can eject the toxin through specific ion channels [Stockbridge 2015]. It is a general rule that such highly toxic elements are carcinogenic and this review looks at the evidence that has been published with an emphasis on more recent findings.