Fifteen years ago, the CDC researchers discovered and documented that injected aluminum can remain in the body for more than 50 years.
VaxCalc research shows that by age 18 months, a fully vaccinated infant could receive up to 4,925 mcg of aluminum.
Is this safe? The FDA claims that it is safe because aluminum has been used in vaccines for more than 60 years. However, emerging research suggests something different.
According to the Comparative Toxicogenomics Database, a project run by MDI Biological Laboratory & North Carolina State University and funded by the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences: increased aluminum correlates with or plays a role in the causation of Alzheimer disease, Parkinson disease, and Autism Spectrum Disorder (and many other diseases).
How can you protect your family from these risks?
Carefully choosing one brand over another for the same vaccine, in some cases, amounts to an almost 50% reduction in aluminum – or completely avoids it altogether.
VaxCalc helps you minimize potentially toxic exposures by making it easy to compare vaccine brands and dig into the latest vaccine-ingredient research: