History

The collective public history of fluoridation is in line with the account of debate on fluoridation in Wilmington, NC. From the City minutes of Wilmington, NC on August 18, 1954 the policy of fluoridation was discussed in City Council. Unfortunately, there is no contextual backdrop to City minutes, they are simply the record of what was said, but it is clear that those charged with investigating it for the City were not comfortable with the policy. Learn More...

Health

It is generally accepted that if a substance can induce genetic damage there is a heightened risk that it could cause cancer as well. According to the National Toxicology Program, "the preponderance of evidence" from laboratory 'in vitro' studies indicates that fluoride is a mutagen. Learn More...

Environment

The Hydrofluosilicic acid (HFS) dosed to Wilmington, NC area citizens is an extremely toxic and volatile industrial by-product. It would cost millions of dollars for industry to get rid of these noxious compounds. Instead, they charge us money (about $20,000 per year before labor and equipment) to slow release their pollutants down our throats and toilets. Learn More...