Thimerosal... and the "bottom of the dosage bottle" issue

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There is some research going on right now on whether or not thimerosal "sinks" toward the bottom in multiple-dose vaccination bottles.   If a bottle sits on a shelf, and is not "shaken" prior to doses being taken, there appears to be concern that the "last dose" would contain more thimerosal than the first dose taken from the same bottle.   Conclusions are still mixed on this issue, but, I wanted to raise it for parents just the same so that you are at least aware of this "concern".

Thimerosal is 50% mercury by weight.   There is enough mercury in a thermometer to pollute a small lake or 20 acres of land for decades.

Note:  Thimerosal has many names... if you see anything on a label that includes a chemical compound with the letters "mer" as any part of the name, you can be pretty sure that it is mercury!


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