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ADA NSW advocacy efforts continue in Port Macquarie water fluoridation debate

5 April 2021

ADA NSW is continuing its advocacy efforts in Port Macquarie, with the Council deciding on whether to hold a non-binding community poll on removing fluoride from the local water supply.

ADA NSW believes even considering the poll is a huge backward step for the oral health of the 80,000 residents in the area and we are speaking out on this issue when and wherever possible. Watch this piece from NBN News featuring ADA NSW President Dr Kathleen Matthews.

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