On August 20, 2007, the Water Quality and Operations Committee of the Metropolitan Water District of Los Angeles held a public commentary meeting. They had decided back in 2003 to fluoridate the water for the 18 million people in their supply area, but had yet to implement that decision. One of the people who commented was Kathleen A Thiessen, PhD, of the SENES Oak Ridge, Inc., Center for Risk Analysis. In her five minute presentation, she cogently and succinctly showed how water consumption varies tremendously, making it impossible to control the delivered dose of fluoride in the population. Fluoridation unavoidably produces overdoses of fluoride, especially among infants.
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