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CDC's Vaccine Safety Research is Exposed as Flawed and Falsified in Peer-Reviewed Scientific Journal

Flu Update & CDC's Amazing Alice In Wonderland Website

JabberwockyBy  David M. Burd 

The below U.S. Government text (following my own writing) is current and copied from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC).  As stated by CDC, "The English language content on this website is being archived for historic and reference purposes only."

Though first published by CDC in 2009 their website remains the same in 2014, concerning the vast majority of annual flu shots that contain the ethylmercury (thimerosal) preservative. The CDC repeatedly claims this mercury preservative is completely harmless so I won't bother to specifically cite their repetitions.  Just read for yourself. Be forewarned, you may vomit.  

Importantly, it is worth noting thimerosal/mercury has been banned in vaccines for decades in the rest of the world  BECAUSE it is recognized as a devastating neurotoxin - yet NOT recognized as such by the CDC and its domestic Health Industry Allies as enumerated in CDC's website dogmatic text (below).

It is also crucial to review in 2009 that scores of millions of doses of H1N1 flu shots laden with mercury/thimerosal were injected into infants and pregnant mothers (in addition to the "normal" flu shot) as panicked American parents acquiesced to the national hysteria generated by the CDC. Thus, countless millions received double and even triple doses of mercury.

At the end of said 2009-2010 H1N1 flu season, U.S. "flu-associated" pediatric deaths of 281 were three to nine times so-called normal years, with numerous news accounts of pregnant mothers aborting their unborn babies after getting their CDC-promoted mercury-laden flu shots (with the vaccine-mercury passed into the developing fetus).  

So, as to today, the latest 2013-2014 flu season is over.  Canada's PHAC and the US CDC (using the same flu reporting protocols) have respectively reported zero (0) Canadian pediatric flu-associated deaths; whereas flu-associated U.S. pediatric deaths were ninety-seven (97).  

Guess what?  Ninety-five percent (95%) of Canadian parents refuse flu shots for under two-year old infants (per Pediatrics Journal paper published by canadian doctors two years ago), and Canada had zero mortality this last flu season.  Whereas 52% of pestered, fear-mongered American parents had their babies injected with TWO (2!) toxic flu shots, the first at at six months and the second at seven months, as vigorously promoted by the CDC and followed by America's negligent pediatricians.



Here & now, still in 2014, according to the CDC:  black is white, up is down, plus is minus, neurotoxic poisons are healthy, "just get your damn flu shot."

From the CDC:

General Questions and Answers on Thimerosal

December 15, 2009, 3:15 PM ET

    What is thimerosal?
    What are preservatives and why are they used in vaccines?
    Do the 2009 H1N1 influenza vaccines contain thimerosal?
    Is thimerosal still being used?
    Is thimerosal safe when used as a preservative in vaccines?

What is thimerosal?

Thimerosal is a mercury-based preservative that has been used for decades in the United States in multi-dose vials (vials containing more than one dose) of some vaccines to prevent the growth of microorganisms, such as bacteria and fungi, which may contaminate them.
What are preservatives and why are they used in vaccines?

In vaccines, preservatives are used to prevent the growth of bacteria and fungi in the event that they get into the vaccine. This may occur when a syringe needle enters a vial as a vaccine is being prepared for administration. Contamination by germs in a vaccine could cause serious illness or death. In some vaccines, preservatives are added during the manufacturing process to prevent microbial growth.
Do the 2009 H1N1 influenza vaccines contain thimerosal?

FDA licensed (approved) several formulations of the 2009 H1N1 influenza vaccines, including multi-dose vials and single-dose units. Multi-dose vials contain thimerosal as a preservative to prevent potential contamination after the vial is opened

Some vaccine manufacturers are producing 2009 H1N1 influenza vaccines in single-dose units, which do not require the use of thimerosal as a preservative. In addition, the live-attenuated version of the vaccine, which is administered intranasally (through the nose), is produced in single-units and does not contain thimerosal.
I have concerns about the use of thimerosal. Is thimerosal still being used?

People have a right to expect the vaccines they receive are safe and effective. CDC and FDA also hold vaccines to the highest standards of safety. That is why CDC and FDA continually evaluate new scientific information about the safety of vaccines. Since 2001, no new vaccine licensed by FDA for use in children has contained thimerosal as a preservative, and all vaccines routinely recommended by CDC for children under six years of age have been thimerosal-free, or contain only trace amounts, except for multi-dose formulations of influenza vaccine. This was done as a precautionary step and not because there was evidence confirming that thimerosal-containing vaccines were causing health problems. The most recent and rigorous scientific research does not support the hypothesis that thimerosal-containing vaccines are harmful.  

Thimerosal is an important preservative that protects vaccines against potential microbial contamination, which may occur in opened multi-dose vials of vaccine. Such contamination could cause serious illness or death. Since seasonal influenza vaccine is produced in large quantities for annual immunization campaigns, some of the vaccine is produced in multi-dose vials, and contains thimerosal to safeguard against possible contamination of the vial once it is opened.

Three leading federal agencies (CDC, FDA, and NIH) have reviewed the published research on thimerosal and found it to be a safe product to use in vaccines. Three independent organizations [The National Academy of Sciences’ Institute of Medicine, Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP), and the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP)] reviewed the published research and also found thimerosal to be a safe product to use in vaccines. The scientific community supports the use of thimerosal in influenza vaccines.
Is thimerosal safe when used as a preservative in vaccines?

CDC places a high priority on vaccine safety, surveillance, and research.  CDC is aware that the presence of the preservative thimerosal in vaccines and suggestions of a relationship to autism has raised concerns. These concerns make the decisions surrounding vaccinations confusing and difficult for some people, especially parents. Numerous studies have found no association between thimerosal exposure and autism. Since 2001, no new vaccine licensed by FDA for use in children has contained thimerosal as a preservative and all vaccines routinely recommended by CDC for children under six years of age have been thimerosal-free, or contain only trace amounts, except for some formulations of influenza vaccine.  Unfortunately, we have not seen reductions in the numbers of children identified with autism indicating that the cause of autism is not related to a single exposure such as thimerosal.

The federal government is committed to assuring the safety of vaccines. This is achieved by FDA oversight of rigorous pre-licensure trials and post-licensure monitoring by CDC and FDA. This commitment not only stems from our scientific and medical dedication, it is also personal – for most of us who work at CDC are also parents and grandparents. We too, place tremendous value on the health and safety of children.

David M. Burd is a Medical Technology Consultant.

Comments

 Bob Moffitt

"Thimerosal is a mercury-based preservative that has been used for decades in the United States in multi-dose vials (vials containing more than one dose) of some vaccines to prevent the growth of microorganisms, such as bacteria and fungi, which may contaminate them."

So .. because thimerosal has been "used for decades in the United States" .. the CDC says we ought not worry?

If I remember correctly .. lead in gasoline had been used for decades in the United States .. until someone had the courage to expose the dangers to our environment because of it.

The fact this mercury toxic substance has been "used for decades in the US" .. and .. continues to be used .. is clear and convincing evidence the entrenched federal regulatory agencies responsible for protecting the public health can no longer be trusted to do so.

Benedetta

OHHHHH P.S.

Congress controls the purse strings -- right?

Just cut off all these federal agencies funding to the bone.

Benedetta

Three federal agencies says vaccines are safe -

There federal agencies will have to be investigated and many given prison time.

Can Congress multitask?
Can they handle Mr. Holden - giving weapons to drug cartells - and still investigate the IRS and find out where those missing e mails be -- and still proscute the EPA for faking global temperature records -- and then get around to the fake stats and cheating done on vaccine safty.

How many Congressmen do we have in all???

I am thinking it is not enough --

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