Pratt says countries like Canada,
the UK and Germany have banned or advised against the use of mercury
An Auckland woman is taking her fight against mercury amalgam
teeth fillings to Parliament.
Juliet Pratt is handing a petition with more than 1400 signatures
to Green MP Sue Kedgley today.
She hopes to have the use of the fillings banned in children
and pregnant women.
Pratt says she has suffered personally from having mercury
amalgam fillings in her teeth.
She says she had chronic fatigue syndrome and it wasn't until
she had her fillings removed that she got her health back.
Pratt says countries like Canada, the UK and Germany have banned
or advised against the use of mercury amalgam.
She can't understand why mercury amalgam is considered hazardous
waste once it's removed, yet it's still used in people's mouths.
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