“Conclusion: In a case-control study of osteosarcoma patients and hospital-based matched controls, the ingestion of fluoridated water was not found to be a risk factor for osteosarcoma. Hence, no link was found between the occurrence of osteosarcoma and ingestion of residential fluoridated water over the course of a lifetime or during the years of bone development. Given present knowledge, every effort should be made to continue the practice of fluoridating community water supplies.”
Is There A Link Between Fluoridated Water and Osteosarcoma?
Sheila M. McGuire D.D.S., M.S., Eleanor D. Vanable, ED.D., Michael H. McGuire, M.D., Joseph A. Buckwalter, M.D., Chester W. Douglass, D.M.D., PhD .
JADA, Vol. 122, April 1991