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HPV VACCINE KILLS RATS
For those of you too young to remember, Ronald Reagan, back in his B movie actor days, hawked 20 mule team borax on his television show. Sodium borate, a hazardous chemical, is the main ingredient. It's also found in rat poison and in the ingredient list for the HPV vaccine. What's it doing in a vaccine being injected into 9 year-old girls and potentially boys and men? It's probably a preservative.

Sodium borate is a boric acid salt (also known as borax). It has many common uses. It's used as a rat poison, and found in laundry detergents, cosmetics, flame retardants, enamel glazes, and chemical buffer solutions. Though used in the past as a food additive, countries like Australia no longer allow that.

Boric acid was commonly employed in medical preparations in the past. For instance it was used to disinfect and treat wounds. Due to its caustic nature people who received this treatment over time could get sick and according to the U.S. National Library of Medicine. The Library of Medicine also suggests the treatment for exposure-pumping out the stomach, IV liquids, and kidney dialysis.

The EPA considers boric acid as moderately acutely toxic due to acute effects including oral and skin toxicity, and eye and skin irritation. EPA studies using animals resulted in blood and metabolism disorders as well as effects to the testicles, hormonal system, brain weight, and size ratios among various organs and glands. It is considered harmful if swallowed, inhaled, or absorbed through the skin, causing irritation to the respiratory, digestive, skin, and eyes.

Some additional information to consider if you are weighing the pros and cons of the vaccine. Do you really want to inject a rat poison into your daughter or son's body?

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