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10 Times More Thimerosal in Canadian
Non-Adjuvanted H1N1 Vaccine

According to this Public Health Agency of Canada website, the non-adjuvanted vaccine [ie: the H1N1 vaccine without the ASO3 (otherwise known as squalene-oil-water adjuvant)] will contain 10 times the amount of Thimerosal as in the adjuvanted vaccine presently being distributed. This, they want to give to young kids and pregnant women.

The excuse for this allowable mercury in the vaccine, is that it is different from the mercury you get in food, like tuna fish; and, it amounts to less than the daily allowable limit (from food).

I suggest anybody who wants to learn more about how the type of mercury in Thimerosal is more toxic than the mercury from consuming fish, please read the book “Evidence of Harm” by David Kirby. By the way, when you eat the fish, you only absorb a very small portion of the mercury. When you inject it into your muscle – of course, you have absorbed 100% of the dose.

“Q4. Is it true that there is mercury in the vaccine? How much mercury?

Both vaccines contain a small amount of thimerosal. Thimerosal is a form of mercury used in the H1N1 flu vaccine to stabilize it and maintain its quality during storage. Thimerosal is a different form of mercury than the mercury known to cause health problems. The amount in the H1N1 adjuvanted flu vaccine is much less than the daily limit recommended for environmental exposure to mercury. For example, there is significantly less mercury in the vaccine than you would find in a can of tuna fish.

Q5. Is it true that there is 10 times more mercury in the unadjuvanted vaccine? How can that be safe for pregnant women?
Yes, the unadjuvanted vaccine does contain 50 ug of thimerosal while the adjuvanted vaccine has only 5 ug of thimerosal. The 50 ug remains within the daily limit recommended for environmental exposure to mercury. There’s significantly less mercury in the vaccine than you would find in a can of tuna fish.

Thimerosal is approximately 50% ethyl mercury by weight. 50 ug (micrograms) of Thimerosal equals 25 micrograms mercury.

* A full list of h1n1 vaccine ingredients, alerts and warnings.

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Canada Decides To Approve
Unlicensed Adjuvanted Vaccines

Canadians Will Be Immunized Faster
Than Other Parts of the World

Impending Mandatory Vaccinations Will Affect The Health, Jobs of Canadians

Public Health Officials in Canada Engaged
in Cover-Up Operation To Conceal Flu Origin

Canadian Province May Suspend Flu
Shots After Vaccine's Safety Questioned

Canada's Largest Province Distributing
H1N1 Flu Propaganda Kits

Canada Plans To Vaccinate The Entire
Population Against H1N1 Swine Flu

Canadian Medical Journal, Population Health Expert Call For Greater Pandemic Powers

Canadians Will Be Inoculated With H1N1 Vaccine Before Trials Are Completed

Canada is Rushing Approval
For Untested H1N1 Vaccines

Forced Vaccination and
Quarantine Laws in Canada

Targeted Native Populations in Canada
Dying of Tamiflu and Antiviral Intoxications

Health Expert in Canada Calling For
Compensation For Flu-Vaccine Injuries

Reference Sources: 183
November 4, 2009


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