October 1, 2017: Mercury & State of Vermont Flu Vaccine Clinics

Here’s What You Need to Know: Some Shots Will Contain 25 micrograms of mercury.

On May 18th, Vermont Public Radio listeners heard:  

You are not going to get the multi dose if you get vaccinated in Vermont.”

But just 4.5 months later, the State announced flu vaccination clinics for Vermont State Employees & Retirees. They will include shots that have 25 micrograms of mercury per dose.

Question: “Does this vaccine have the mercury-based preservative called thimerosal?”

Answer (see FAQ):

“Yes. Multi-dose vials have a small amount of thimerasol to prevent contamination and growth of potentially harmful bacteria. We will have a limited supply of thimerasol preservative-free vaccine available upon request for anyone who is allergic, pregnant or breastfeeding.”

Note: “Thimerosal dissociates in the body to ethyl mercury. The evidence for its reproductive toxicity includes severe mental retardation or malformations in human offspring who were poisoned when their mothers were exposed to ethyl mercury or thimerosal while pregnant, studies in animals demonstrating developmental toxicity after exposure to either ethyl mercury or thimerosal, and data showing interconversion to other forms of mercury that also clearly cause reproductive toxicity. The evidence for PMA comes from numerous findings of developmental toxicity in laboratory animals and interconversion data.” – State of California, Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment, in response to pharma attempt to delist thimerosal…

Voices for Choice asked for clarification from the Vermont Department of Health on this policy.
Read the email exchange:

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For more information about how to fight mercury poisoning from vaccines, please visit: www.worldmercuryproject.org