Updates on the Fight for Mercury-Free Dentistry
2 monthes ago - By Mercola
By Dr. Mercola
In this interview, Charlie Brown, founder of Consumers for Dental Choice, provides us with an update to the global mercury-free dentistry campaign you've so generously helped us support through the past eight years.
We are now incredibly close to the ultimate finish line, thanks to Brown's persistent and dedicated efforts and your unrelenting financial support. I want to extend a personal thank you to all who have contributed to this mission in the past, and are considering doing so now.
"We've been a great team since 2010," Brown says. "It's been fantastic. Without...
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