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Hancocks, Stephen
March 2015
British Dental Journal;3/13/2015, Vol. 218 Issue 5, p263
Academic Journal
The article presents the author's views on caries and water fluoridation. Topics discussed including why despite great strides in improved oral health there is still unnecessarily high levels of the caries and zero fluoridation; why only 10 percent of the population in Great Britain have drinking fluoridated water; and growing resistance of micro-organisms to antibiotics.


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