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The intersection of science, politics and social outcomes
Water fluoridation is only one example—childhood vaccination is another—of an issue that remains controversial for some, even as a great majority of scientific studies indicate there’s little, if anything, to worry about from their implementation.
We talk about the intersection of science and social outcomes with Daniel Sarewitz, Co-Director of the Consortium for Sciences, Policy and Outcomes at Arizona State University.