Do Flu Shots Have Mercury in Them?

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Flu shots contain mercury in the form of thimerosal. Toxic metal mercury is used as a stabiliser in thimerosal, which is used in the flu shots which are mostly for influenza, as well as most well-known vaccinations and shots. Mercury has for a very long time been linked to brain injury and autoimmune disease.
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Using a parts-per-billion statistic is a very 1-dimensional way of looking at this issue. According to an FDA study, Thimerosal in Vaccines , the typical flu vaccine is either mercury
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Manufacturers have stopped adding any mercury as a preservative to flu
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The minuscule amount of mercury from the thimerosal preservative used in some doses of influenza vaccine (single dose vials of the vaccines for the 2009 A-H1N1/09 have no thimerosal
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There are all sorts of things in the flu shots but like anything, it's the dosage that matters. Many of the items the anti-vaccination crowd will scream about are part of the manufacturing
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