1. a light-colored crystalline powder (trade name Merthiolate) used as a surgical antiseptic
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  • Thimerosal, as a preservative, is no longer contained in any childhood vaccine, with the exception of the influenza vaccine. Thimerosal
  • The others were chlorocresol, cresol, parabens, phenol, phenylethanol, phenyl mercuric salts and thimerosal;
  • Now, antivax bloggers suggest the vaccine is not safe for children and pregnant woman because of a preservative in the vaccine called thimerosal. CNN Transcript Oct 29, 2009
  • The CDC cited one study (Thompson, NEJM, 2007), which "found that increasing exposure to mercury from birth to age 7 months was associated with motor and phonic tics in boys," and added that "an association between exposure to thimerosal and tics was found in two earlier studies (Andrews, Pediatrics, 2004; Verstraeten, Pediatrics, 2003). David Kirby: CDC to Study Vaccines and Autism
  • Among the prime cellular targets of mercury are mitochondria, and thimerosal-induced cell death has been associated with the depolarization of mitochondrial membrane, according to the International Journal of Molecular Medicine among several others. David Kirby: Government Concedes Vaccine-Autism Case in Federal Court - Now What?
  • The theory that thimerosal is singularly culpable in bringing about autism is only one of three upon which courts will decide," the news media report. Federal court hears case of potential autism-vaccine link
  • However, injected flu vaccines may contain thimerosal, a mercury-containing preservative, which many doctors believe is safe but others believe may be responsible for effects on the brain and nervous system. Facts About Swine Flu
  • Thimerosal has been proven to be a carcinogen, immunotoxic, genotoxic, nephrotoxic and neurotoxic. Deirdre Imus: Over Medicated and Over-Vaccinated: The Unintended Consequences of Medicines Meant to Protect
  • And because thimerosal is added in the manufacturing process, its presence may not even have to be disclosed on the labeling.
  • PS, and phosphatidylethanolamine in a thimerosal-sensitive manner. Journal of Biological Chemistry current issue
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