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Thimerosal, a mercury based preservative might be removed from vaccines

More than 96.2% of children worldwide are vaccinated when most vaccines contain toxins including mercury and formaldehyde. As a result millions of these kids across the globe are poisoned with a known neurotoxin related to learning difficulties, autism, ADD, ADHD, Alzheimer’s, multiple sclerosis (MS), fibromyalgia, arthritis, depression, and bipolar disorder.


Recently, the vaccine industry has been panicking after the UN decided to ban the use of the deadly toxin known as Thimerosal (which is mercury based) used as preservative in most vaccines. 

The vaccine industry knows the UN ban on mercury in vaccines can mean an end to vaccine industry as we know.

Dr. Mark Geier, M.D., Ph.D. the president of Genetic Centers of America explains how the pharmaceutical companies use Thimerosal as a preservative because it will enable the vaccine industry to produce vaccines in cheap and old factories that are mostly cost effective.

However, according to a report by the consumer advocate Tim Bolen, the removal of Thimerosal is challenged by drug industry that has a long history of benefiting from drugs that have been destroying and damaging the public health. He also mentions that if Thimerosal is removed from vaccines, the neurological issues in the new children would vanish but the lawsuits against the pharmaceutical industry will never end. These lawsuits wouldn’t just be from individuals but it will be from states or countries that are experiencing a much higher rate of autism and neurological problems after the introduction of vaccines.

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