SPOTLIGHT: Study tracks mercury in vaccines


A new study indicates that the mercury in vaccines disappears quickly from the blood. Investigators in Argentina were exploring the controversial claim that the mercury in vaccines was responsible for a spike in autism. While the preservative thimerosal is no longer in use in the U.S., it is still used in a variety of other countries. Article

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