Senior Toxicologist with the U.S. Department of Agriculture Published a Sixty-Page Review on Fluoride Poisoning

In 1933, Dr. Lloyd DeEds, senior toxicologist with the U.S. Department of Agriculture and lecturer in pharmacology at Stanford University, published a sixty-page review on fluoride poisoning. He wrote, “The possibility of fluorine hazard should . . . be recognized in industry where this element is dealt with or where it is discharged into the air as an apparently worthless by-product.” Vegetation and livestock near aluminum plants were being poisoned. “The superphosphate plants were pouring 25,000 tons of fluorine into the air and adding 90,000 tons to the top soil each year.”19

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