Fluorides Damage Kidneys

Dr. Clive McCay at Cornell University recently (1958) reported that one part per million of sodium fluoride added to the drinking water (most cities in America) of rats caused the reversal of the possible evidence of causing a harder tooth enamel, (although probably an abnormal form that is more brittle). He found that in fact it created tooth decay where it otherwise did not exist, and further caused kidney cell breakdown in the older rats. Dr. Alton Oschner, of the celebrated Oschner Clinic of New Orleans, has reported that older persons lose their teeth faster if they get any fluorides in their water.