Aluminum is an adjuvant that is added to some vaccines to help them work better.
A metal, aluminum is commonly found in nature we safely ingest small amounts in our food, water, and even breast milk and baby formula. The amount of aluminum in the vaccines in the childhood immunization schedule is not a safety concern.
For more information:
- Do Vaccines Contain Aluminum?
- Aluminum – Demystifying Vaccine Ingredients
- CDC – Vaccine Adjuvants
- Aluminum – Fact or Fiction
- Aluminum – Vaccine Ingredients
- Comment on “Do aluminum vaccine adjuvants contribute to the rising prevalence of autism?”
- What we’re up against: Aluminum as the new mercury and end of expertise
- Aluminum – What goes into a Vaccine