Le débat du fluor
Adaptation française: Action Fluor Québec

ACCUEIL

TABLE DES MATIÈRES

INTRODUCTION

HISTOIRE/
ENVIRONNEMENT

CENSURE

BENEFICES
Question 1
Question 2
Question 3
Question 4
Question 5
Question 6
Question 7
Question 8

ALTERNATIVES
Question 9
Question 10
Question 11
Question 12


SÛRETÉ
Question 13
Question 14

SURDOSE
Question 15
Question 16
Question 17

MALADIES
Question 18
Question 19
Question 20
Question 21
Question 22
Question 23
Question 24
Question 25
Question 26
Question 27
Question 28
Question 29
Question 30
Question 31
Question 32
Question 33

POLITIQUE PUBLIQUE
Question 34
Question 35
Question 36
Question 37
Question 38
Question 39
Question 40

EFFICACITÉ DES COÛTS
Question 41
Question 42
Question 43

CONCLUSION

 

ALTERNATIVES

Question 11

Boire de l’eau embouteillée à long terme peut-il empêcher les gens de bénéficier de l’eau fluorée?

 

Réponse courte de l’ADA, tiré de Fluoridation Facts

Oui. La majorité des eaux embouteillées sur le marché ne contiennent pas la concentration optimale de fluorure (0.7 à 1.2 ppm).  

 

Réplique

S’ils achètent de l’eau non fluorée à très faible taux de fluorure, ce dont les gens ne vont pas bénéficier, c’est des effets néfastes du fluorure. Les scientifiques de l’EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) achètent de l’eau embouteillée non fluorée pour leurs bureaux. (Voir 1-6: "WHY EPA'S HEADQUARTERS UNION OF SCIENTISTS OPPOSES FLUORIDATION," EPA document, May 1, 1999).

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