02/24/2016 / By Tara Paras
Do you want to know what’s in your vaccines?
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control’s vaccine additives page is about to give you an idea:
Furthermore, the National Toxicology Programs admits in its own documents that:
Here’s a fact: The FDA requires preservatives like thimerosal in so-called “multi-dose” vaccines, or vials that contain more than one dose of the vaccine. If they wanted to, drug companies could produce clean, single-dose vaccines without thimerosal. Of course, they choose not to, however, because it’s more profitable for them to produce multi-dose vaccines.
As the report admits, “Preservatives are not required for products formulated in single dose vials. Multidose vials are preferred by some physicians and health clinics because they are often less expensive per vaccine dose and require less storage space.”
Less storage space over a child’s health? Clearly, Big Pharma has skewed priorities.
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