Thimerosal: Why Is It in Our Vaccines?

Morrison, Amy
November 2001
Mothering;Nov/Dec2001, Issue 109, p32
Examines the use of thimerosal as a preservative in vaccine manufacturing in the United States. Discussion of thimerosal-containing vaccines and neurodevelopmental outcomes in the National Academy of Sciences of Medicine; Proposal for a stop on thimerosal in childhood vaccines; List of precautionary measures on mercury exposure for pregnant women.


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