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Major Error Found in Vaccine Aluminum Safety Calculation

When evaluating the safety of vaccines, adjuvants must be taken into account. The most commonly used vaccine adjuvant is aluminum, a demonstrated neurotoxin that is added to certain vaccines to increase your immune response and, with that, theoretically a higher response of protective antibodies. Despite aluminum's known health risks, it's widely suggested that aluminum in vaccines is safe, including for newborn babies, but a math error in a key U.S. Food and Drug Administration study — revealed by scientists at Physicians for Informed Consent (PIC) — raises new safety concerns. When the aluminum adjuvant was first approved for use in vaccines more than 90 years ago, it was approved based on demonstration of efficacy — safety studies weren't performed. Read more...

 

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