Dr. Sauerheber is a medical research scientist and educator at Palomar Community College, San Marcos, California. He completed his PhD in Chemistry in 1976 from the University of California, San Diego. He studied at the UCSD School of Medicine and became a Research Associate at the Scripps Clinic in La Jolla, CA.
Dr. Sauerheber was awarded a lifetime teaching credential for the California Community Colleges in 1982 and later became a professor of physiology at Palomar. He was a principal investigator for the National Institutes of Health and supervised the research laboratory of the Rees Stealy Clinic Research Foundation for 10 years. He published 30 full research articles in scientific journals on diabetes, insulin action, and cell membrane function, and five books on diverse topics in science including discoveries in Calculus, and the nature of light. He collaborated and published with many world-reknown scientists.
Recently, Dr. Sauerheber’s articles on the toxicology of fluoridated water in man and racehorses were published in Journal of Environmental and Public Health and the journal Fluoride.
As an expert in chemistry, Dr. Sauerheber is well aware of the vast harm this misguided public policy of medicating the water supply with a powerful chemical waste stream which is capable of effecting physiology on vast levels. These government officials that knowingly suppress the science and manipulate the data and hide the truth should be held to account.