The Vaccine Mom Discusses Thimerosal in Vaccines
May 20, 2020

The Vaccine Mom, a molecular biologist and mother of two, explains:

  • Why thimerosal, a preservative containing ethyl mercury, was added to some vaccines
  • How ethylmercury differs from methylmercury (the kind found in tuna)
  • What research shows about the safety of thimerosal in vaccines

Resources

Like this video from The Vaccine Mom? Watch more of Taryn’s videos on Shot of Prevention or on VYF’s YouTube channel. 


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