So if you can’t find harm, cause a study is flawed or lack of studies thereof, then it’s safe?
In trying to see what supporting “Fluoride is safe to drink science” from the 2015 Federal Register …they reference “Ludlow 2007”,
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Subject: Misleading statement on Fluoride’s role on CKD
“A review did not find evidence that consuming drinking water with fluoride at the level used in community water fluoridation presents health risks for people with chronic kidney disease (Ludlow, et al., 2007)”.
Ludlow M, Luxton G, Mathew T. Effects of fluoridation of community water supplies for people with chronic kidney disease. Nephrol Dial Transplant 2007; 22:2763-2767.
HOWEVER that document referenced, https://academic.oup.com/ndt/article/22/10/2763/1833116
has an actual conclusion being INCONCLUSIVE ...“The poor evidence quality and deficient methodological rigour of the identified studies means that no definitive conclusions regarding the association between consumption of optimally fluoridated community water and CKD can be made”.
Please comment on this misleading statement.
Ludlow, et al., 2007