posted on Mar, 16 2004 @ 09:33 AM
Originally posted by DeltaChaos
I'm glad I was here to give you some feedback on this subject, because it's important.
and I , too, believe that sharing your feedback is important. Thanks for not being a military drone
. Thanks very much for sharing your perspectives
and being corageous enough to do so.
here's some info I scanned the Internet for based on the toxicity of vaccinations.
"The final product contains no more than 2.4mg aluminum hydroxide
(equivalent to 0.83 mg aluminum) per 0.5 cc dose. Formaldehyde
a final concentration not to exceed 0.02%, and benzethonium chloride, 0.0025%, are added as preservatives."
here's some info on Formaldehyde as a toxic substance to be avoided:
"Formaldehyde (HCHO) is a colorless, flammable gas with a pungent suffocating odor
. It is the most important aldehyde produced commercially,
and is used in the preparation of urea-formaldehyde and phenol-formaldehyde resins. It is also produced during the combustion of organic materials
and is a component of smoke
Health effects associated with exposure to HCHO fall into several categories. These include: irritant effects, sensitization, and carcinogenicity
. HCHO is intensely irritating to the mucous membranes, which includes membranes of the eyes and respiratory tract. Common symptoms from exposure to
HCHO include: burning eyes, nose and throat, headache, and less commonly nausea.
HCHO has the potential to sensitize exposed individuals, which
can involve both asthma symptoms and skin reactions. Some people exposed to HCHO will develop asthma symptoms. These symptoms include wheezing and
chest congestion. Urticaria (a skin condition marked by intensely itching wheals usually caused by an allergic reaction) has been reported following
inhalation of HCHO fumes. HCHO can be considered a sensitizing agent. Documentation of this effect has been seen in dialysis patients, as well as
persons chronically exposed to low levels in mobile homes. HCHO has been designated as a probable human carcinogen, and has also been designated as a
workplace carcinogen by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH)."
[Edited on 3/16/2004 by AlnilamOmega]