During immunization, children are injected with Triton X-100, a chemical surfactant made by Dow Chemical | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


During immunization, children are injected with Triton X-100, a chemical surfactant made by Dow Chemical

Many people have been inadvertently allowing a toxic detergent chemical to enter their bodies. The list of vaccine excipients that the CDC released in January 2017 contains some of the most dubious and toxic ingredients used by the pharmaceutical industry. One such ingredient, Triton X-100, is an industrial grade detergent used mainly in textile and agrochemical production. The chemical is also used in manufacturing household and industrial cleaners, paints and coatings, as well as oilfield and metalworking fluids.

Apparently, the toxic detergent is also used in the production of the influenza vaccine. As per CDC data, five influenza vaccines contain the hazardous compound. Surveillance data from the CDC also revealed that more than 20 percent of U.S. based clinical laboratories examined tested positive for influenza viruses during the Oct. 2, 2016 to Feb 4, 2017 period alone. Nearly half of public health laboratories across the U.S also tested positive for the influenza virus during the same period, data showed. More than seven percent of influenza-positive patients were younger than four years old, while 30.4 percent were between the ages five and 24. Another 30 percent of patients were between 25 and 64 years old, and 31 percent were seniors aged 65 and older.

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