– proved once again by Professor Boyd Haley, Ph.D., of the University of Kentucky!
According to Natural News, a retired professor of chemistry from the University of Kentucky has come out in condemnation of mercury in vaccines, corroborating information released by a top scientist-turned-whistleblower from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) who recently published a study confirming a link between vaccines and autism.
Professor Boyd Haley, Ph.D., says thimerosal, the ethyl mercury-based preservative commonly used in vaccines, is lethal to all forms of life and should never be injected into a human being, especially one who is still a developing baby. Even at very low doses, thimerosal has been shown to kill neuronal cells, a fact that has been demonstrated both in vitro and in animals.
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According to Dr. Haley, ethyl mercury also has a particular affinity for testosterone, becoming increasingly more toxic in its presence compared to when it encounters estrogen. This seems to explain why boys are about five times more likely to develop autism than girls and further validates the connection between exposure to mercury and an increased risk of neurological disease.
“If you give it to animals, if you put it to cells in culture — we know that [thimerosal] kills neuronal cells at a very, very low concentration. Especially in boys or in the presence of testosterone, [thimerosal] becomes incredibly toxic,” said Dr. Haley, whose own research on neuronal cells found that male hormones are particularly susceptible to thimerosal exposure.
Research from the UK came to similar conclusions, having found that mothers who gave birth to autistic children had high levels of testosterone in their amniotic fluid. In other words, the higher the level of testosterone, the greater the risk that a child will be born with symptoms that fall on the autism spectrum.
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