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To: neverdem

Isn’t aluminum a suspect in Alzheimer’s and other neurological disorders? Sounds a little dangerous to be injecting it directly into our veins.


11 posted on 05/22/2008 4:17:44 AM PDT by IronJack (=)
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To: IronJack; chuckles
“Isn’t aluminum a suspect in Alzheimer’s and other neurological disorders? Sounds a little dangerous to be injecting it directly into our veins.”

Think about what happens with the preservative, Themerosol (mercury), once commonly used in vaccines.

13 posted on 05/22/2008 5:01:09 AM PDT by wolfcreek (I see miles and miles of Texas....let's keep it that way.)
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To: IronJack
Isn’t aluminum a suspect in Alzheimer’s and other neurological disorders?

See cmment# 17. A corrrelation has been made only with Alzheimer’s, IIRC. A corrrelation is not causation.

Sounds a little dangerous to be injecting it directly into our veins.

Vaccines are not administered directly into our veins. As luck would have it, I looked up DNA vaccines yesterday for a different thread.

UQ researchers make West Nile vaccine breakthrough

What the Heck is a DNA Vaccine?

Usually, we receive an injection of material underneath our skin (MMR) or into our muscle tissue (influenza vaccine) and tetanus vaccine.

In medical lingo, that's subcutaneously and intramuscularly, respectively. When you're trained to give injections, you're told to check that your not in a blood vessel by withdrawing the piston in the hypodermic, and making sure that you don't see blood before giving the injection.

19 posted on 05/22/2008 11:09:03 AM PDT by neverdem (I'm praying for a Divine Intervention.)
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