Prof. Albert Burgstahler (1928 – 2013)


Fluoride Action Network tribute by Prof. Paul Connett

Dear Supporter,

By now you have probably heard the sad news that one of the rocks of the fluoridation opposition movement for over 40 years has passed away. On Saturday October 12 Albert W. Burgstahler died at the age of 85.

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Prof. Burgstahler’s last recorded fluoride presentation

This is the University of Kansas Chemistry Club Fluoridation Forum, recorded on March 27, 2013. Prof. Burgstahler demonstrates his usual sharpness and integrity, encouraging the audience to critically examine the standard fluoridation dogma, whilst providing valuable summaries and information, then taking audience questions.

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Prof. Burgstahler’s University of Kansas staff profile bio

Throughout much of his career, Professor Burgstahler was actively engaged in research on the synthesis and chemistry of natural products. In later years he conducted studies on the chiroptical properties of chiral dienes and enones and devised a variety of undergraduate chemistry experiments and lecture demonstrations. Following his retirement in 1998, he was elected… to be editor of the quarterly scientific journal FLUORIDE founded in 1968 by the International Society for Fluoride Research.

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Additional materials

> AFAM Video / Audio Archive | Burgstahler
> AFAM Book List | Burgstahler

Author: AFA Mildura

Administrator, Anti-Fluoridation Association of Mildura

2 thoughts on “Prof. Albert Burgstahler (1928 – 2013)

  1. Thank you for posting this information. If all scientists had the integrity of this great man the world would be a vastly different and much better place.

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