Thursday, March 23, 2006

Oh The Webs We Weave...

“Oh what a tangled web we weave when first we practice to deceive”

The US government establishes a safety limit to the amount of mercury that children can be subjected to. That measure in itself is a good public health policy. These standards formed the basis of placing limits on the amounts of fish that are to be consumed when caught in polluted rivers and lakes. Unfortunately when pharmaceutical companies decided that they need to add a preservative, thimerosal, to children vaccines that are mercury based the government looked the other way.

No one has shown conclusively that the thimerosal causes Autism, yet. There is, however, a preponderance of evidence that Autism in the US has exploded with the beginning of the use of the mercury based preservative in vaccines. The amounts injected in each child are above the safety standards set by the US government.

Autism is currently occurring in one out of each 166 births in the US. It is a developmental disability that makes it difficult for autistic to communicate verbally or to interact socially. The cost is huge in human and dollar terms. The CDC has refused to ban the use of thimerosal on the grounds that there is “no evidence” of a causal link between the preservative and autism but they immediately add that no evidence of harm does not mean that it is safe!!!!

Sure let us use the children as guinea pigs because we are not sure that there is an evidence of harm and let us not remove heavy metal from flu vaccines because that might open big pharma to liability suits. What ever happened to the precautionary principal?

7 comments:

Frank Marchese said...

It is about time to destroy these pharma corporations because they are holding back human progress and standard of living for the youngest of our society I believe that this is an act against humanity and must be taken out with swift and severe punishment. Equal the playing field by fineing them heavly and bringing all of them into custody. Its time to make examples of people who thrive on the populous's ignorance for their own personal greed. String them up and leave them as a example for all others.

marie said...

The government always seems to look the other way when companies are profiting from a certain product, even if it is potentially harmful to their citizens. It's unfourtanate but Ive heard cases like this one many other times. Everything from the situation in Love, NY to off the wall asthma rates in chilren living by poor communities near trash dumps are instences of the government "turning their cheeks". I don't think it will end until capitalism is abolished.

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