Mercury in vaccines has been the subject of controversy for years. Critics of immunization programs say the toxic element is present in many of the medicines used in vaccines. Most healthcare workers and organizations deny high levels of mercury in immunizations.
Testing of influenza vaccines by Natural News found concentrations of mercury 25,000 times higher than the EPA allows in drinking water. The highest concentrations seen in the vaccines were 100 times higher than Natural News had ever previously tested. These high levels of the toxin were measured in samples of Flulaval, manufactured by GlaxoSmithKline.
Tests were designed to be highly-accurate, eliminating errors often found in mercury tests of water and sea life.
Many health practitioners state that mercury has been removed from all vaccines, but this new high-end chemical testing shows the element is still present in medicines being injected into children.
The insert contained with packages of Flulaval reads "Safety and effectiveness of Flulaval have not been established in pregnant women, nursing mothers or children."
Mercury has been added to many vaccines in the form of a preservative called Thimerosal, developed in the 1930's.
The CDC writes, "There is no convincing evidence of harm caused by the low doses of thimerosal in vaccines, except for minor reactions like redness and swelling at the injection site." (1)
A pair of studies of the risks of Thimerosal sponsored by the CDC found no links to autism or other health disorders. Three of the authors of that research admitted to a conflict of interest.
Federal agencies claim the element has been removed from all childhood vaccines, except those for influenza.
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