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Q&A: Is it true that silver fillings can cause alzheimers after a while?





Question by Chris C: Is it genuine that silver fillings can result in alzheimers soon after a although?
Someone not too long ago told me that silver fillings can cause alzheimer’s because they are toxic, I was just wondering if this was genuine or just an additional silly rumour that has gone round.
Also, if it is accurate, is it expensive to get any silver fillings I have altered for none toxic ones, if there are any that is.

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Answer by jareyn2002
FDA Confesses Mercury Fillings Neurotoxic Hazard

http://www.stamfordplus.com/stm/data/nws1/publish/local_two/fda_reverses_its_position_on_the_safely_of_dental_fillings_printer.shtml

The U.S. Meals and Drug Administration has asserted for years that mercury in dental fillings is harmless, but has changed its position following a class-action lawsuit settlement this month concerning the security of silver fillings. Now why has it taken this extended with the FDA more than this concern? Politics and Massive Income by the American Dental Association.

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