Posted by: Calilo | June 25, 2017

Aluminum in Vaccines: History and Toxicity.

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Here is the Toxicological Profile on Aluminum, prepared by the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry, or ATSDR.

If you were to read through the 300+ pages of this report, you would find that it’s full of information on scientific research which aims to determine the effect of aluminum exposure on the body – whether ingested, inhaled, etc., at what exposure limit it has been found safe or harmful, and the scientific research which supports the proposed safe limits. You would also find that the amount of aluminum that is allowed in a vaccine is 0.85mg/dose (or 850mcg). However, there’s some important information missing when it comes to understanding why this amount was chosen.

Where does this number come from?

This dose was scientifically determined to be the amount of aluminum which is most effective when used as an adjuvant in vaccines. This is the amount of aluminum…

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