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UK Against Fluoridation

Saturday, July 08, 2006

Side affects?

GM spray could keep dentist at bay
IAN JOHNSTON
SCIENCE CORRESPONDENT
A SINGLE dental treatment that involves spraying genetically-modified bacteria into a patient's mouth could cut the risk of cavities by up to 90 per cent, according to new research. The spray, which could be on the market in as little as three years and should last a lifetime, contains bacteria similar to that found naturally in the mouth - with one crucial difference.

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