Yet remarkably very little if any research has been undertaken since then to verify or examine these findings further. This is quite astonishing, even more so that the distinguished American Academy of Paediatrics or the Journal of Pediatrics in reporting on the early onset of puberty would either not be aware of else deliberately ignored these findings. This is particularly so when in 2001 the U.S Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry, US Department of Health and Human Services, similarly reported that fluoride negatively affected endocrine systems.
Finally, why is all this important? well for apart from shortening childhood years, early sexual maturation has both physiological and psychological consequences in humans. For girls, it is also associated with an increased risk of certain cancers in later life.,
Public health authorities are also failing in their duties not to have commissioned detailed epidemiological health studies or not to have provided appropiate safety standards for the most sensitive subgroups of the population to prevent overexposure to Fluoride in particular babies, diabetics or individuals who are iodine deficient or who suffer from any thyroid disorder. Obviously, its not in their interest, as after all they are the very instigators of this crime in the first place, and the last thing they would wish is to further incriminate themselves.