WHAT VACCINES CONTAIN ALUMINUM, AND ARE THE AMOUNTS HARMFUL? IS IT POSSIBLE TO GET VACCINES WITHOUT ALUMINUM?

Many vaccines contain alum, which has been used in vaccines for over 75 years and has been found to be safe. Alum is an adjuvant. Adjuvants are used to help our bodies create a better immune response to vaccines, making the vaccines more effective. Without an adjuvant, children may need more shots or have lower immunity to the infections. We routinely ingest aluminum. For example, a quart of infant formula contains about the same amount of aluminum as the entire schedule of recommended pediatric vaccines.

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