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The level would be "shockingly high" if people drank flu vaccine. But most of us don't.The level of mercury in a jar of mercury is 1,000,000 parts per million - zillions of times higher than the permitted level in drinking water. So what?
Tests conducted via ICP-MS document mercury in the Flulaval vaccine at a shocking 51 parts per million, or over 25,000 times higher than the maximum contaminant level of inorganic mercury in drinking water set by the EPA.(1)
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Quote from: profound on 03/06/2014 07:34:52It says the vaccine was not tested for safety.Explain that.
It says the vaccine was not tested for safety.Explain that.
Since 2001, no new vaccine licensed by FDA for use in children has contained thimerosal as a preservative and all vaccines routinely recommended by CDC for children younger than 6 years of age have been thimerosal-free, or contain only trace amounts of thimerosal, except for some formulations of influenza vaccine. Unfortunately, reductions in the numbers of children identified with autism have not been observed indicating that the cause of autism is not related to a single exposure such as thimerosal.
NaturalNews (formerly Newstarget) is a website operated by Mike Adams. It is dedicated to alternative medicine and various conspiracy theories, such as "chemtrails", the alleged dangers of fluoride in drinking water, (as well as those of monosodium glutamate and aspartame) and alleged health problems caused by "toxic" ingredients in vaccines, including the now-discredited link to autism.It features guest authors such as anti-vaccinationist Joseph Mercola, and anti-vaccinationist and conspiracy theorist Jon Rappoport, and has featured interviews with Russell Blaylock, Sandor Katz, and others.
Quote from: profound link=topic=51523.msg436233#msg436233 It says the vaccine was not tested for safety.Explain that.Who or what is the "it" you are referring to ?The epidemiological evidence is against the mercury compound used in some vaccines (Thimerosal ) being the cause of Autism : reduced use of Thimerosal since 2001 has not produced a reduction in the incidence of Autism ...That the average human life-span has more than doubled over the last two centuries, corresponding with increasing amounts of childhood vaccination over that period , illustrates that Mike and his anti-medicine team are incorrect ...
The graph you show is irrelevant.i mean you could link it to oil consumption or coca cola consumption or the sale of diapers and get the same result.Who you trying to fool.
Fluoride is bad for you :-
Your attempts at discrediting Mike Adams in favor of corporatism are very very sad.
Quote from: profound on 04/06/2014 07:09:45The graph you show is irrelevant.i mean you could link it to oil consumption or coca cola consumption or the sale of diapers and get the same result.Who you trying to fool.In the pre-vaccination era most people died before reaching adulthood because of infectious diseases.They did not die in childhood because of Coca-Cola deficiency. Quote from: profound on 04/06/2014 07:09:45Fluoride is bad for you :-And what has that non-sequitur got to do with the title of this thread ?.BTW in case you didn't notice, Less fluoridation => more tooth-decay => more people with toothache => a larger market for Mr Adams to sell his quack remedies for toothache.https://www.google.com/search?q=tooth+pain+site%3Awww.naturalnews.com [nofollow]Quote from: profound on 04/06/2014 07:09:45Your attempts at discrediting Mike Adams in favor of corporatism are very very sad.Mike Adams's "Natural News" is part of a corporation , ( see "inc [nofollow]" ). Quote from: naturalnews.com[attachment=18800]http://www.naturalnews.com/terms.html [nofollow]What differentiates Mike Adams's corporation from other corporations selling health-care products ?, apart from Mike's products generally not having been proven to be safe and effective.
What is the The death rate from Mike Adams products
What is the The death rate from Mike Adams products ?
QuoteWhat is the The death rate from Mike Adams productsA good quack product won't have an attributable death rate because (a) it doesn't contain any active ingredient that isn't present in a normal diet and (b) the market is so small and dispersed that even if it killed 50% of its users, nobody would find the connection. On the downside, it won't cure or prevent anything.A licensed pharmaceutical will have been properly tested to show that it does more good than harm when properly used. But if it is cheap and widely adopted, jealous or stupid people will take the good for granted and look for correlations of harm, however spurious.If teenagers (other than psychiatric in-patients) are being prescribed antidepressants, there's something wrong with the society they live in, not the antidepressant. Given the absolute stranglehold of the FDA over all medical products, it's surprising that anyone with Glaxo's expertise got caught promoting stuff for unapproved use. More surprising still is that any doctor or pharmacist would have prescribed any pharmaceutical for off-label use without ethical committee approval for a controlled trial, however good the marketing campaign, in such a litigious society. But Glaxo is a British company, so it would be no surprise if a US competitor assembled the case in order to promote their own product.