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International Toxicology Professor In Town

International Toxicology Professor In Town

INTERNATIONAL TOXICOLOGIST LECTURE OPEN TO PUBLIC


Dr Paul Connett (a university Professor of Toxicology from New York) is visiting Auckland briefly as guest speaker at the conference of the New Zealand Academy Of Oral Medicine & Toxicology
(NZAOMT).

The Academy - headed by Dr Mike Godfrey of Tauranga - has generously opened Dr Connett's lecture to the public. This is a rare opportunity to hear a speaker of Dr Connett's experience and
calibre.

His presentation will focus on new evidence that casts further doubts on the safety and effectiveness of water-fluoridation. Dr Connett coordinates the international Fluoride Action Network that operates the website http://www.fluoridealert.org, he has travelled the world speaking on this topic.

Novotel, Ellerslie
Saturday 20th November
1:00pm
Gold Coin Entry
All welcome

Enquiries? trevor@naturalwellness.co.nz


Caren McConnell BScTech

Publicity Officer
Fluoride Action Network (NZ)
www.fannz.org.nz

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