New 100% mercury vaccine stopped in Phase III of trial due to safety concerns

New 100% mercury vaccine stopped in Phase III of trial due to safety concerns

The bid for a 100% mercury vaccine was dealt a blow today as the researchers announced they were halting the study due to safety concerns.

“We know that we can have upwards of 70% mercury in vaccines [as we currently do] and we were hoping to push it even higher,” said lead developer Dr. David Horseki. “Unfortunately, our all-mercury vaccine has shown some signs that it may not be perfectly safe.”

In order to come to market, vaccines must not a) cause any more than 30% of children given the vaccine to get autism and b) that the researchers have adequately demonstrated they have pharma shills and doctors lined up and ready to defend the vaccine against da troof.

“Bringing a vaccine to market is not easy,” says Merck CEO Dr. Gillian Barre. “Getting a vaccine below that 30% autism threshold is very, very difficult.”

What exactly the all mercury vaccine was supposed to protect against was unclear as the researchers have kept it under lock and key. One theory is that it was being used to protect against mercury-injuries which are linked to GMOs….and chemtrails.

 

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  • Mandir Chavan

    Mercury was first used in 14th century for medical purpose in Ayurveda and it was in India.

  • Jill Higgs-Boson

    what a ridiculous article. I don’t even know where to start. Nobody would ever inject 100% mercury into a person because it would kill them. So would 30%. Go pick up a chemistry book and try again. There is no link between vaccines and autism. There was one paper which was retracted because it suggested getting the MMR as three separate doses. He would have profited from this. That’s all it was, and anti-vaxxers paid for their own study and also found no link. Let it go, it was a mistake that got fixed with the retraction of the bogus paper.

    • writergrrl11

      (the article is satire)

      • Emellbee

        So fun to watch though, right?

    • Chris

      Plus the MMR never contained thimerosal.

      Please check the three little words under the main title (“The Science Post”) at the top of the page. Then go the end of this page and read the sentence on the the last line on the right.

    • Emellbee

      Ummm. you know this is fake right? Stand down.

    • phazerave

      HAHAHAHAHAHAHA, apparently you’re not a golfer.

    • Chris

      “There was one paper which was retracted because it suggested getting the MMR as three separate doses.”

      Edit to add: no, it was retracted due to research fraud and other ethics violations, nothing in the actual paper suggested getting single vaccines, that was just Wakefield saying it at a press conference with absolutely no supporting evidence.

      There was also this “paper”:
      Med Hypotheses. 2001 Apr;56(4):462-71.
      Autism: a novel form of mercury poisoning.
      Bernard S, Enayati A, Redwood L, Roger H, Binstock T

      None of them have any kind of real scientific expertise, but they were all associated with the anti-vax organization called Safe Minds. They have paid for studies, and even paid a freelance travel writer to pen a book (Evidence of Harm). Read more here:
      http://www.nature.com/neuro/journal/v8/n9/full/nn0905-1123.html

      Thimerosal was removed from pediatric vaccines as a “precaution” over fifteen years ago, but they still the beat the “mercury causes autism” drum. Even after one of the studies they paid for came to the opposite conclusion! (PMID: 25690930, paper titled “Examination of the safety of pediatric vaccine schedules in a non-human primate model: assessments of neurodevelopment, learning, and social behavior”).

      This article is poking fun at them.

    • Kimberly Kjellberg

      Would it even be injectable?

      Anyway truth is nowhere to be find on this site, because:
      The Science Post All stories are made up. Seriously. Powered by Science –

      • Maynard G Krebs

        Sure, it can be injectable! It’s just a matter of viscosity, you’d need a pretty large bore needle.

  • TRAPPER

    MERCURY THROUGH CHEMTRAILS