22 Mar, 2021 23:15 am

Fluoridation Decision A Disgrace

Fluoridation Decision A Disgrace
It is disgraceful! The Government’s latest move on the Fluoridation Bill to now shift decision making solely to the Director General of Health proves its intention of mandatory fluoridation. This will make New Zealand one of only three countries ...

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