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Is there aluminium in vaccines? Definitely.

Is it harmful? Some say it is, some say not when within in the specified limits.

Is it present in vaccines within the specified limits? Not always, according to researchers affiliated to Keele University, Staffordshire.

What vaccines are we talking about? Quite a number, again according to Keele University researchers.

So what to do? ICAN is petitioning the FDA (Food and Drugs Administration in the US) to do its job of ensuring that the vaccines that it approves are the vaccines that are actually in use.

"We found that only three vaccines contained the amount of aluminium indicated by the manufacturer. Six vaccines contained a statistically significant (P < 0.05) greater quantity while four vaccines contained a statistically significant (P < 0.05) lower quantity. The range of content for any single vaccine varied considerably, for example, from 0.172 to 0.602 mg/vaccine for Havrix"

Aluminium is recognised as a heavy metal that is essentially toxic. It needs be used with care, especially when injected into young children.

Read the press release from ICAN.

Simple enough one would think.

In the UK, the MHRA is the regulatory body equivalent to the FDA.