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Aiden quinn elementaryNote: Age of Autism's John Stone first wrote about Dr. Ben Goldacre in 2010 What's Behind Ben Goldacre. Read the following article Public Health England withholding vaccines results making it impossible to establish if drugs could be harmful Public Health England withholding vaccines results making it impossible to establish if drugs could be harmful with both eyes. Is the "game" of actual vaccine science seeing the light of day afoot? 

he failure of England's public healthy body to publish results of three major studies into vaccines for children makes it impossible for experts to establish whether the drugs could be harmful, scientists have claimed.

Hundreds of children took part in three potentially risky Government drug trials, but Public Health England (PHE) breached the law by failing to add the findings to the official register set up to allow the scientific community to scrutinise the outcomes.

Experts have accused PHE of an “incomprehensible” violation of the trust of parents who gave their consent for their children to take part in the tests.

The largest trial involved 640 participants under the age of 16 whose parents gave consent for them to be selected at random to try a new meningococcal and whooping cough booster vaccine.

While dangerous side-effects in a trial at this stage are rare, a risk does exist. Participants also take a gamble by offering themselves up for selection for a new drug which might not protect them as well as the standard therapy.

The trial concluded in 2016, but the results have not yet appeared on the EU Clinical Trials Register (EUCTR), in breach of EU law which requires registration within 12 months, nor published anywhere else.

The failure to register means there is currently no way for the public to know how those children fared.

Last night Dr Ben Goldacre, the Oxford academic whose analysis revealed the PHE omission, told The Sunday Telegraph: “It is incomprehensible to me that Public Health England of all the trials it could leave unreported to have failed to comply with the legal requirements to report trials of vaccines. 

“When patients participate and they take a risk with their own health. We have to respect their contribution by publishing the results properly. If we don’t, that is a betrayal of trust.”  Read more at Public Health England withholding vaccines results making it impossible to establish if drugs could be harmful Public Health England withholding vaccines results making it impossible to establish if drugs could be harmful.


Hans Litten

"2 degrees Goldacre" and his Bad Science book is potentially coming back to haunt him.
He is beginning to look like a blithering idiot.
Marco Ruggerio gave an amazing talk at AutismOne about Water memory (x-rays and fish).


The main reason that mainstream medicine has no belief in homeopathy seems to rest in the notion that if a therapeutic substance is diluted to the point that no molecules of the substance remain there can be no therapeutic effect. Professor Josephson* said, “The idea that water can have a memory can be readily dismissed on the basis of any of a number of easily understood invalid arguments” and then proceeded to explain to the audience why these arguments are invalid. He went on to say, "Take for example an assertion stated as dogma by a well known investigator of complementary medicine, whose blushes I will spare by not naming him, who stated: 'no molecules, no effect'. If that were the case, there would be no such thing as magnetic recording, or different crystalline forms of the same substance. Memory of water is immune to this argument.”

British Autism Mother

And I’m thinking back to 1991 when I was instructed to put several drops of a fluoride solution in my children’s formula milk each day to strengthen their teeth. Was this yet another “nail in the coffin” in my child’s descent into acquired autism?

Angus Files

There are a few ongoing and finished Court cases hopefully ending the use of fluoride.according to Prof Exley The synergistic effect of fluoride with i.e. aluminium,exacerbates the ill effects of aluminium .A dash of glyphosphate and if your brain is still as it was, it wont be for long.


Pharma For Prison



Grace ,"Oh jings,wandering weasels" Not a very flattering or wholesome feedback/apprasial for an NHS professional .Silent alarms raised in the NHS corridors a long time ago?

See Rikki Fulton provides the best Jimmy Savile take ever Youtube.


Hans, I have no knowledge of any adverse health effects of fluoridating water at the usual levels (0.5-1ppm) but I have not really looked into the matter.
Fluorine is found in natural waters (fluorine in the element, fluoride is the anion). Clearly excess levels can and do cause harm but it’s hard to quantify. The fluoride ion is reactive. We know it reacts with the calcium in bone and teeth but that is not to say it does not react with anything else in the body. I would be surprised if it did not react with other systems in the body but where, how and at what doses, I don’t know and I have never seen anything that goes into chemical mechanistic detail.
My main point was that fluoride is not particularly effective at controlling caries in people with poor oral hygiene and if you do have good oral hygiene, you don’t need it. So, if there is not significant gain, there is no justification for dosing the chemical into water supplies. People can buy fluoride drops if they think it’s that good. When I worked at Gold Coast, we did not fluoridate but we offered free fluoride drops for those that were interested.

cia parker


My mother's teeth were mottled with brown lines which she said were from fluoridosis. I'll have to google it to see exactly how that happens, but I know it did.

John Stone


I am not sure it’s whether BG is listened to in high places or whether he is strategically deployed by those places to lead public opinion. It does however look as if there is some shift in what the public is supposed to think, and possibly even a division. I guess it is interesting,

Jenny Allan

The following extract from Public Health England's public report on Laboratory Confirmed Measles cases January to March 2018, could explain why Ben Goldacre is targeting PHE for criticism. Whatever his motives, Ben Goldacre has 'clout' and will be listened to in high places.

Laboratory confirmed cases of measles, mumps and rubella, England: January to March 2018 Health Protection Report Volume 12 Number 19 Advanced Access report 1 June 2018
Quote from above:-
" In England, 265 new measles infections were confirmed in the first quarter of 2018 compared to 149 in the period between October and December 2017 [2] (figure1). In this quarter there has been a relative increase in confirmed cases amongst adults with 42% confirmed cases in adults aged 20 years and above compared with 19% in the previous quarter. 11% confirmed cases occurred in infants under the age of 1; this is higher than the 7% reported in the previous quarter. The hospitalisation rate remains high at 36%, although lower than the previous quarter (45%). 71% confirmed cases reported no measles containing vaccine."

From this report we are told 42% (almost half) of confirmed measles cases were adults over 20 years.
The Wakefield et al Lancet article was published 20 years ago during 1998. Parents of children already one year old then might have changed their minds about MMR vaccine, but monovalent measles vaccine was still available, and it seems the numbers of children vaccinated with monovalent measles vaccines have not been recorded. Booster MMR doses at 5 years old might have been refused by parents of children aged 2-5, but the single MMR vaccine dose, administered 12-18months, was then stated to be more than 90% effective by UK health authorities.

We are also told "71% confirmed cases reported no measles containing vaccine." From this we can assume 29% of confirmed cases DID receive at least one vaccine.

Most worrying of all, we are told "11% confirmed cases occurred in infants under the age of 1" .
Mothers who contracted measles during childhood, as I did, passed their immunity to their babies during the first year of life. It seems vaccine measles protection is less effective than natural measles immunity.

Grace Green

Morag, who would have thought it? Simon Wessily is the long time persecutor of those of us with M.E. A crazy and dangerous spychiatrist.


It's always a good idea to give folk the benefit of the doubt until there is no room left to do so?
Perhaps the rose tinted reading glasses are no longer effective? and/or ye just don't know what could be going on in someone elses day!

Science with silly sausages .
The strange case of the magnetic wine - Bad Science Ben Goldacre Dec 2003
and Drawn to drink -A double- blind randomised crossover trial of the effects of magnets on the taste of cheap red wine Jan 2007 G James Rubin, Gareth Hahn, Simon Wessely
I hope the NHS did not have to pay for this playground, playtime trial?

Hans Litten

Posted by: David Smith | September 17, 2018 at 05:02 PM

And David do you have any thoughts on the reduction of IQ from water fluoridation ?
Or the carcinogenic impact that fluoridation might have ? Dean Burk ?
Osteoporosis ? In fact the list of ill health from it are considerable arent they ?
Calcification of the pineal gland ?
The increased uptake of aluminium into the body because of the presence of fluoride ?

The fact in the Eurozone there are no differences in dental outcomes between the relatively few fluoridated areas versus the unfluoridated ? In fact I would argue the fluoridated populations are worse off (fluorosis). I understand the Republic of Ireland is the most heavily fluoridated population in the world > 70% and at the highest levels (because the US reduced exposure in 2014)?

And then there is those persistent rumours no one ever likes mentioned of where water fluoridation practices first began ?

Grace Green

David Smith,
That's very interesting. I feel I should have added to my comment the most important fact which is often overlooked or even denied by dentists. My children had no cavities even without fluoride in their water or toothpaste, because we didn't eat sugar. I think British dentists are only now beginning to accept sugar as the primary cause of dental caries, and topical fluoride as remedial.

Jenny Allan

Sorry I forgot to put in the link to the PHE reported measles lab positive cases in England 2008 first quarter. Here it is:-
Laboratory confirmed cases of measles, mumps and rubella, England: January to March 2018 Health Protection Report Volume 12 Number 19 Advanced Access report 1 June 2018


Wendy Stephen

The ECDC report published 14th September 2018 covering the period between 1st August 2017 and 31st July 2018 had a total of 1714 cases of measles and a laboratory confirmed rate of 1714 cases in the UK.

Between January and August 2018, there were 1551 cases.(1)

(1) https://ecdc.europa.eu/en/publications-data/monthly-measles-and-rubella-monitoring-report-september-2018

Jenny Allan

For some time Ben Goldacre has been campaigning for all clinical trial results to be publicly reported, an initiative I fully support. http://www.alltrials.net/

Public Health England has got completely out of hand. This ‘nanny state’ UK Government agency, regularly reports to the press and media. Ben Goldacre was also scathing about this recent nonsense telling a bemused UK public to test themselves with this DIY test for heart health!
“Online heart age test is just nonsense, health chiefs are told amid fears they are needlessly scaring people”
“Public Health England launched campaign urging people to take its online test
But leading scientists have criticised the Heart Age Test as ‘ridiculous’
They say it can overestimate a person’s heart age if – like most – the individual does not happen to know their cholesterol levels and blood pressure readings “

“Dr Ben Goldacre, author of the book Bad Science, wrote on Twitter: ‘This test is ridiculous. Try it. PHE’s tool tells a woman in her 30s that her heart age is older than her real age because she’s not had her cholesterol done. And tells her to get her cholesterol done by [going to see her] GP.”
“A spot test by a 43-year-old male gave a heart age of 41 when he entered all his details including cholesterol and blood pressure. When he omitted these readings, his heart age shot up five years to 46.”

PHE are presently engaged in attempts to ‘scare’ teenagers and young adults into accepting further MMR vaccinations. As usual, Dr Wakefield and a temporary UK dip in MMR vaccinations, during the early 2000s, gets dug up and used to claim unvaccinated young persons are to blame for measles outbreaks, which are more likely linked to recent mass migration in Europe, shades of Disney at Anaheim, which resulted in Senator Pan’s draconian legislation. Similar mandatory MMR child jabs in Italy and elsewhere in Europe, have resulted in huge street protests, and in Italy a change of Government.

Strangely, the laboratory confirmed measles surveillance totals for the 2018 first quarter in England differ widely in 2 different reports. 91 in official Government surveillance figures and 265 in a recent PHE report.

1. Measles cases confirmed by oral fluid IgM antibody tests and/or PCR in each quarter compared to the number of notified cases. First Quarter 2018:-
January –March 2018:-
Notified 1202 :Tested 748 (62.2%):Positive 91(12.2%)

2. January –March 2018 :-
Notified 1201: Tested 750 (62%): IgM Pos 175 : PCR pos 72
Other pos 3 : Tested Locally 15: Total 265.
PHE are also ‘guilty’ of reporting suspected (notified) measles cases as ACTUAL cases, in their press and media reports. This blatant scaremongering is NEVER corrected later.

David Smith

FYI my 2016 Submission to NHMRC on the Efficacy of Low Levels of Fluoride in Drinking Water in Australia
David (retired water chemist)

Abstract: Fluoride has a proven role in both making healthy enamel more decay resistant and remineralising decaying enamel. The efficacy of fluoride is so demonstrated when applied to cleaned teeth in vitro. The efficacy of low levels of fluoride in drinking water applied to plaque coated teeth in vivo is questionable as is the extent of the anti-microbial effect of fluoride on cariogenic bacteria.

The use of fluoride toothpaste appears to be an effective decay prevention strategy as it applies a high concentration of fluoride topically for a sufficient period of exposure at a time when teeth are at their cleanest. It is thus unlikely that individuals with good dental hygiene will benefit from water supply fluoridation. Conversely, there is little quality evidence that an individual who does not brush and floss well regularly can expect to avoid caries merely through exposure to drinking water fluoride.

The decision to mandate the dosing of a chemical into the water supply is serious and in the case of fluoride, makes it difficult for dissenters to avoid exposure. The decision to mandate any chemical into the water supply requires strong evidence that the benefit far outweighs any possible harm associated with the practice. Normally a significant challenge to universal public health would have to be demonstrated. It is difficult to believe that the rate of caries in non-fluoridated areas of Queensland (for example) prior to legislation was ever a significant challenge to public health.

The dosing of fluoride into drinking water carries the risk of dental fluorosis that is more than just a cosmetic concern and it introduces a reactive element into the circulatory system where it can possibly have unwanted consequences.
With regards to dosing fluoride into the water supply, the case for clear benefit does not appear as strong as originally thought irrespective of any possible harm associated with the practice.
It appears that people with good dental hygiene will see no benefit and those with poor dental hygiene will also see no benefit. It is possible that people in between will experience a variable benefit according to where they are in the spectrum. This is not quantified and in any case would not amount to a basis for mass medication through the water supply.

Background: The author of this submission has qualifications in chemistry and biochemistry. The author also has 20 years of experience in the quality control of drinking water and recycled water having been employed at Caboolture, Gold Coast, Melbourne and South East Melbourne water authorities.
The author is not (nor has ever been) part of any group or organisation with any fluoride agenda.
This submission is not made on behalf of a water utility.
Around 2002-2003, water levels fell quite low on the Gold Coast and there was concern about the safety of the water as the dam levels sunk lower. The Director and the author made several presentations around this topic and others to AMA meetings on the Gold Coast. After the talks on a few occasions we were approached by one or two doctors asking why we didn’t fluoridate the water. We didn’t have an opinion on the topic and just said that it had been voted out years ago and that there had been no recent discernible community interest in its reintroduction. These individuals were quite passionate about fluoridation.
Around 2004 the Queensland Dept. of Health wrote to the Gold Coast City Council suggesting that Gold Coast Water (GCW) should introduce fluoridation of the drinking water supply. The director of Gold Coast Water referred the letter to the water quality coordinator (the author of this submission). The Dept. of Health suggested that GCW should consider the York report to see that fluoridation would be an act of beneficence. The issue of fluoridation was not under consideration by GCW at the time and there was no prejudice one way or the other towards the topic. The Quality Control Coordinator (a chemist) appointed two PhD chemistry staffers to review the York report. One of these chemists is now with SEQ Water and the other has gone on to pursue a career in medicine. At the time, the references quoted in the York report were accessed (and some of the references within these). The chemists reported that they had a similar view to York University in that fluoridation may be of some marginal benefit but was hampered by a lack of evidence of its efficacy when applied to uncleaned teeth. We were surprised that QH were so enthusiastic about the York report as we did not see clear support manifest in the text.
After some months GCW informed the Health Dept. that some decades earlier, the citizens of Gold Coast had decided against fluoridation and that after reading the York Report (and references) the current staff were unable to see sufficient benefit in reintroducing fluoride. GCW suggested that if the Dept. Of Health wanted GCW to fluoridate than they should act to mandate the practice as we had no public pressure, no evidence of need and little evidence of beneficence. The Dept. of course did so a few years later.
The Author left GCW in 2005 to work at Melbourne Water (MWC) where fluoridation had been practised since 1973. Fluoridation is not particularly popular with MWC staff as the fluoro silicic acid is unpleasant for workers and has corrosive fumes. Each load for dosing is accompanied by a lab report showing the levels of contaminants and these are supposed to be checked against the product specification before dosing. The author has been at South East Water in Melbourne since 2008 primarily managing the quality control of recycled water. Fluoridation is rarely discussed in water authorities and is mostly just regarded as a regulatory responsibility. Operationally, its removal would be welcomed.
It seems that early research on cleaned teeth set the stage for the belief that fluoride was the silver bullet for caries protection and much of the enthusiasm in medical and dental circles probably stems from this work in the 80s and 90s. It is doubtful if all of these supporters have closely read the original literature. The media have bought into the belief and we see people with no scientific training whatsoever fearlessly branding anti fluoride people as fringe lunatics. That is usually a sign that hype is at work.

Discussion: The researchers Hicks, Silverstone and Featherstone are prominent in the papers referenced in the York report and these workers have shown that fluoride can not only prevent decay in tooth enamel but can also repair damaged enamel. In order to demonstrate the performance of fluoride, these workers used cleaned teeth that had been extracted by orthodontists.
Hicks et al (Ref: 1) suggest that fluoride incorporated into cleaned enamel might act against plaque bacteria but they say high levels are required for some bacteria. However, the work they did perform was on cleaned teeth. Ref: 1/1 (Clarkson et al) is similar.
Silverstone et al (Ref: 2) show the efficacy of fluoride rinses (0.2% or 2000ppm). As with the previous references, they do not specifically promote fluoridation of the water supply and of course possible adverse events associated with ingesting fluoride are not in scope. Further Silverstone et al in another paper (ref: 3) suggest a high Calcium solution with 1ppm fluoride gives best effects (on clean teeth) and that after five x 6 minute exposures, 80% of the benefit was achieved. The kinetics are thus quite rapid.
Ref 1/5 (Hicks et al) is similar suggesting a 0.2% NaF solution rinse is effective with 5 minute exposures. They advocate low concentrations with frequent exposure which suits the approach of dosing drinking water. Again the work is on cleaned teeth.
Ref: 4 (Den Besten) indicates that dental fluorosis is more than just the appearance of white spots on tooth enamel. The author shows that the tooth enamel is structurally weakened and damaged by the fluoride. The extent to which this occurs is determined by cumulative exposure.
Ref: 5 (Limeback) concentrates on the failure to differentiate between the systemic and topical effects of fluoride. Limeback says that if you are fluoridating the water supply, the use of additional fluoride supplements on children under 3 might be harmful.
Ref: 6 is by the confident and influential John Featherstone. He claims that fluoride acts topically (not systemically) on three fronts. Two of these (prevention of enamel mineralisation and remineralisation of damaged enamel) have been demonstrated. The third is more controversial. That is, that fluoride incorporated into plaque inhibits the action of plaque bacteria. Featherstone cites workers who suggest that the H+ ions from fermented organics in the plaque combine with F- (from NaF) and form HF which then enters the plaque bacteria and impairs activity. Other authors (G Bowden & I Hamilton) not cited here have since carried out further work in this area and are not as decisive about the net effect of the anti-microbial effect of fluoride on cariogenic bacteria. Featherstone himself acknowledges the complexity of this topic and mentions that the chemistry at the plaque/enamel interface varies during the day. Interestingly, when interviewed in 2012 Featherstone laments fluoridation “did not solve the problem to the extent it was hoped”.
That fluoride exhibits cytotoxic qualities and interferes with metabolic enzymes is of interest given it is ingested through drinking water and many metabolic enzymes are shared in the planet’s numerous life forms.

Ref: 7 (Hicks et al) is more recent (2004). This paper reinforces the role of fluoride in reducing caries but emphasises its catalytic role such that far smaller amounts are effective than previously thought necessary (page 208).
Hicks further states that remineralisation of enamel is limited when there are organics substances attached to the enamel (contact cannot be made).
Page 208; “……. With constant bathing of the carious lesions by saliva following periodic plaque removal, reversal of a lesion by endogenous saliva is possible.
Page 211; “Although systemic fluoridation in the form of water fluoridation has been touted in the past for the decline in dental caries, it has been realised that the primary reduction in dental caries is because of the topical effect of water fluoridation and the availability of fluoridated toothpastes. In several European countries without water fluoridation, a similar level of caries reduction was found following introduction of fluoride-containing toothpastes.”
The authors nevertheless believe there is a benefit in water fluoridation because one experiences some level of topical treatment from the traces of fluoride in the saliva. Again though the presence of plaque is recognised as problematic (despite the earlier claimed anti-microbial qualities of fluoride.)
High dose fluoride with less frequency does not help white spot lesions but is of help where high caries activity is occurring and where restorative work is required.
Plaque control is recognised as a major issue (page 212).

The author of this submission has not personally experienced any noticeable reduction in plaque formation since moving from a non-fluoridated supply to a fluoridated supply 10 years ago. That is to say, plaque still forms as always. Whether it has different characteristics to the plaque generated in the presence of a non-fluoridated supply, is not known.


Ref 1: Fluoride uptake in vitro of sound enamel and caries like lesions of enamel from fluoride solutions of relatively low concentration.
Authors: Hicks, Flaitz & Silverstone
Source: Journal of Pedodontics (Vol 11:47, 1986)

Ref: 1/1 (reference 1 within paper 1) Redistribution of enamel fluoride during white spot lesion formation: an in vitro sturdy on human dental enamel.
Authors: Clarkson, Wefel and Silverstone
Source: Caries Res. 15: 158-165 (1981)

Ref 2: Dynamic factors affecting lesion initiation and progression in human dental enamel. II. Surface morphology of sound enamel and caries-like lesions of enamel.
Authors: Silverstone Hicks & Featherstone
Source: Special report- Quintessence International Vol 19 number 11 (1988)

Ref 3: Dynamic factors affecting lesion initiation and progression in human dental enamel. I. The dynamic nature of enamel caries.
Authors: Silverstone Hicks & Featherstone
Source: Special report- Quintessence International Vol 19 number 10 (1988)
Ref: 1/5 (reference 5 within paper 1) Initiation and progression of caries-like lesions of Enamel: Effect of periodic treatment with synthetic saliva and NaF
Authors: Hicks, Flaitz and Silverstone
Source: Caries Res. 19: 481-489 (1985)

Ref 4: Biological mechanisms of dental fluorosis relevant to the use of fluoride supplements.
Authors: Den Besten
Source: Community Dentistry and Oral Epidemiology 27: 41-47 (1999)

Ref: 5 A re-examination of the pre-eruptive and post-eruptive mechanism of the anti-caries effects of fluoride: is there any anti-caries benefit from swallowing fluoride?
Authors: Limeback
Source: Community Dentistry and Oral Epidemiology 27: 62-71 (1999)

Ref: 6 Prevention and reversal of dental caries: role of low level fluoride.
Author: J. Featherstone
Source: Community Dentistry and Oral Epidemiology 27: 31-40 (1999)

Ref: 7 Biological factors in dental caries: role of remineralisation and fluoride in the dynamic process of demineralisation and remineralisation (part 3)
Authors: Hicks, Garcia-Godoy, Flaitz
Source: Journal of Clinical

Grace Green

I've always assumed that the intention was for the fluoride in water to enter the system, and from there, the bones (which means the whole skeleton! - can't be good). When I was a child and fluoride was first being added to toothpaste my dentist, who was a very good one, performed an experiment on himself of applying the paste to a cavity, and found it got no worse. I have found this to be true, as I used fluoride-free when my kids were young so that they wouldn't swallow it. I found an improvement when I started using the added fluoride version again. Dentists are now telling people, including children, not to rinse out after brushing, meaning they will swallow the fluoride. I think this will prove to be a big mistake.


I don't want to get off-topic, but to follow the comment from Hans Litten, above....
I have looked, and I can't find any evidence of exactly *HOW* the human body extracts dissolved fluoride from drinking water and deposits it on teeth? In other words, just exactly *HOW* does fluoride *work*? You'd have to hold fluoride-laced water in your mouth for an hour, for any fluoride to *naturally* transfer to teeth. I'm saying that the line about adding fluoride to water to "prevent tooth decay" is a LIE. A topical application of fuoride *might* have some benefit, but there's no way that adding it to water does anything besides either NOTHING, or else make people SICK.....
Hey, I'd love for a pro-fluoride person to prove me wrong, but it hasn't happened yet....

Hans Litten

Perhaps Mr Goldacre (who hold 2 degrees you know) could also comment on the Public Health Englands decision to add fluoride to the milk of 10,000 infants in working class labour held Blackpool South 2016 ?

Or in another Labour constituency (because Labour is the party of the people you know) to fluoridate the water supply of the city of Hull 2017 ?

I am sure Mr Goldacre who has been v quiet since August 2014 should comment further ?
Much further ? Ben is of course an expert in BAD SCIENCE apparently ?

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