Please forward this error screen to 67. Please forward this error screen to 209. Remember a lifetime ago when we figured out that not only did the US Childhood vaccine schedule dramatically exceeded the Federal government’s recommended daily limit for mercury, but that the limit that they had set was likely many times what it should have been in the first place? They stated that prepare your child for vaccination DTP the U.
The EPA sets the daily limit at 0. 1 microgram per kilogram of weight. In fact in 1995, Gilbert and Grant-Webster had recommended that the limit be at least cut in half. International Program of Chemical Safety as one of the six most dangerous chemicals in the world’s environment. HHS never undertook any review, or made any adjustments.
Well everything old is new again. James Lyons-Weiler and Robert Ricketson have reviewed the Aluminum content in the US vacine program, to find that not only is there a lot of it, and not only does it exceed daily limits, but yet again, the daily limits are not even based on sound safety data. Aluminum levels in vaccine is based on immune efficacy and ignore body weight for safety. Several critical mistakes have been made in the consideration of pediatric dosing of aluminum in vaccines. Safety inferences of vaccine doses of aluminum have relied solely on dietary exposure studies of adult mice and rats.
On Day 1 of life, infants receive 17 times more aluminum than would be allowed if doses were adjusted per body weight. The evidence is that the industry and governments are afraid of exposure and are going for broke. The growing challenge in the vaccine landscape is that it is no longer isolated individuals who are thinking twice or refusing vaccination, but that there are growing groups of people who are not only expressing their individual right to question and to choose, but are increasingly connected with others and demanding the right to choose as part of a larger movement. Yes, there are potential risks—there will always be potential risks with any medical treatment. And we don’t talk enough about that. Anybody might reasonably be worried about safety of something over which they are being threatened with censorship.