24 May 2011

Daily Echo Letter

Fluoride a human rights breach?
THE Human Rights claim seems to be very effective in so many incidents these days, so it does seem to me that they could be applied in the interests of all anti-fluoridists, as the introduction of this chemical would amount to a gross breach of health regulations.
Under our Health Act, if anyone should refuse to take any form of medicine, their wishes are granted.
The introduction of this chemical is not even intended to
benefit the health of the majority of us but for a minority who have already exercised their human rights by choosing not to clean their teeth.
Apparently the strategic health authority will be abolished next year but the scheme is still likely to go ahead. Therefore, I think that should any such body take this on, they will be liable to prosecution for breach of our human rights.
BOB SHERGOLD, Southampton.

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