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Medicines That Contain Mercury

Medicines That Contain Mercury

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Learn what common medicines contain the deadly element mercury in them, you will be surprised to learn nasal sprays and contact lense cleaners do. Learn more at http://www.mmsfacts.com
Learn what common medicines contain the deadly element mercury in them, you will be surprised to learn nasal sprays and contact lense cleaners do. Learn more at http://www.mmsfacts.com

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DRUGS THAT CONTAINMERCURY
The Mercury in our drugs & medicines!
 
Visit
http://www.mmsfacts.com
for more importanthealth information they do not want you to know!
 
 
Please consider reading our free book on MMSthat covers Mercury poisoning and many other important health issues and topics.
Get the complete book free at the link below
http://www.mmsfacts.com/miracle-mineral-supplement-book-full-edition-for-free
 
 
 
Mercury in Drug and Biologic Products
The information in this list is derived from submissions made by manufacturers
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inresponse to the agency's call-for-data notices of December 14, 1998 (63 FR 68775), April29, 1999 (64 FR 23083) and February 3, 2003 (68 FR 5299), the agency's DrugRegistration and Listing System, and other agency sources. Products submitted inresponse to any of the call-for-data notices are preceded by an asterisk (*). The mercuryingredients are abbreviated as
TM
for thimerosal,
PMA
for phenylmercuric acetate,PMN for phenylmercuric nitrate,
MA
for mercuric acetate,
MN
for mercuric nitrate, MBfor merbromin, and MOY for mercuric oxide yellow. The list includes nonhomeopathichuman and veterinary drug products and human biological products. Homeopathic drug products are not included because of the low amounts of mercury present in the products.The abbreviation
NS
under the % column means that the information was "not stated" inthe agency's Drug Registration and Listing System.Thimerosal content for biological products can be found atThimerosal in VaccinesandMercury in Plasma-Derived Products.
 
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manufacturers, repackers, relabelers, and distributors

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