in U.S. populations or other populations with nutritional and sociodemographic variables similar to those in the United States should be conducted. Documentation of subject enrollment with different fluoride concentrations would be useful for addressing the potential genotoxic hazards of fluoridated water in this country.
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Fluoride in Drinking Water: A Scientific Review of EPA's Standards.
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