Thimerosal Linked to Autism in Confidential CDC Study

Morrison, Amy
March 2002
Mothering;Mar/Apr2002, Issue 111, p27
Reports the role of thimerosal in autism in children. Composition of thimerosal; Amount of thimerosal fatal for children; Call for removal of thimerosal in vaccines.


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