A two-fold greater prevalence or risk of Down's Syndrome births has been found in communities with 1 ppm or more fluoride than in those with little or none in the water.
Down's syndrome was the subject of a series of investigations by the late Ionel Rapaport, a French-trained endocrinologist at the Psychiatric Institute of the University of Wisconsin, Madison. He had no prior interest in fluoride and was led to it by his investigations. He presented these findings to the French National Academy of Medicine in Paris in November 1956.
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