Did you know formaldehyde is linked to cancer, and it’s in most VACCINES?
Formaldehyde is a colorless, strong-smelling gas used in making building materials and many household products. It is used in pressed-wood products, such as particleboard, plywood, and fiberboard; glues and adhesives; permanent-press fabrics; paper product coatings; and certain insulation materials. It is also used to make other chemicals.
According to the American Cancer Society, exposure to formaldehyde has been shown to cause cancer in laboratory test animals. In 1987, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) classified formaldehyde as a probable human carcinogen under conditions of unusually high or prolonged exposure. Since that time, some studies of humans have suggested that formaldehyde exposure is associated with certain types of cancer. Exposure to relatively high amounts of formaldehyde in medical and occupational settings has been linked to some types of cancer in humans.
Did you know formaldehyde is also a common vaccine ingredient?
Not only that, but formaldehyde is far more toxic when injected than when ingested.
Even a small dose of formaldehyde can do a lot of damage. And with the number of vaccines given to U.S. children, it adds up quickly. Just like the skyrocketing rates of neurological disorders and infertility… hmm. Is it just a coincidence?
Click here for a study outlining the toxicity of formaldehyde. It shows that injection is far more potent than ingestion, topical exposure and even inhalation — and that formaldehyde can cause neurological and reproductive damage, even in tiny amounts.
FORMALDEHYDE – Department of Health Hazardous Substances
Chronic Health Effects: The following chronic (long-term) health effects can occur at some time after exposure to Formaldehyde and can last for months or years:
- Formaldehyde is a CARCINOGEN in humans. It has been shown to cause cancer of the nasopharynx and leukemia.
- Many scientists believe there is no safe level of exposure to a carcinogen.
- Reproductive Hazard
- There is limited evidence that Formaldehyde may damage the developing fetus and affect female fertility.
- Formaldehyde can irritate the lungs. Repeated exposure may cause bronchitis to develop with coughing, phlegm, and/or shortness of breath.
- Formaldehyde may cause a skin allergy. If an allergy develops, very low future exposure can cause itching and a skin rash.
- Formaldehyde may cause an asthma-like allergy. Future exposure can cause asthma attacks with shortness of breath, wheezing, coughing, and/or chest tightness.
Formaldehyde is carcinogenic to humans
Pressured by industry, U.S. EPA slows formaldehyde study release: documents
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, under pressure from the chemical industry, has delayed the release of a study detailing cancer risks from formaldehyde.
“By sweeping scientific assessments under the rug, EPA fails to fulfill its mission of protecting public health. The public has the right to know about public health threats,” said Yogin Kothari, UCS Washington director.
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Does formaldehyde cause leukemia?
“The National Cancer Institute first found a link between formaldehyde and leukemia, a cancer of blood-forming tissues like bone marrow, in 2003. Based on more than 25,000 workers at 10 industrial plants over 40 years, the study found that the risk for leukemia increased for people exposed to relatively high levels of formaldehyde levels at 0.1 to 4 parts per million.”
In 2010, the International Agency for Research on Cancer, a part of the World Health Organization, voted to classify formaldehyde as a cause of leukemia.”
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Chemicals in everyday items like cosmetics linked to cancer in
Researchers found that formaldehyde selectively depletes the BRCA2 gene. This gene helps suppress tumors, which is one-way formaldehyde could increase cancer risk.
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Reproductive and Developmental Toxicity of Formaldehyde: A Systematic Review.
“The mostly retrospective human studies provided evidence of an association of maternal exposure with adverse reproductive and developmental effects. Further assessment of this association by meta-analysis revealed an increased risk of spontaneous abortion and of all adverse pregnancy outcomes combined, in formaldehyde-exposed women”
Review of accidents caused by incomplete inactivation of viruses.
“Recent molecular evidence has now shown that formaldehyde-inactivated Venezuelan equine encephalitis vaccines were the probable cause of the outbreaks of the disease during the 1969-1972 pandemic in Central America. In the author’s opinion, it is remarkable that formaldehyde is still used for the preparation of inactivated vaccines, particularly since it is known that the procedure also affects the immunogenic epitopes of the viruses.”
A High-Temperature, High-Throughput Method for Monitoring Residual Formaldehyde in Vaccine Formulations.
“Formaldehyde is diluted during the vaccine manufacturing process, but residual quantities of formaldehyde are still present in some current vaccines. Although formaldehyde is considered safe for use in vaccines by the Food and Drug Administration, excessive exposure to this chemical may lead to cancer or other health-related issues.”
Mortality from solid cancers among workers in formaldehyde industries.
“In the most recent follow-up of the largest cohort study from the USA of industrial workers exposed to formaldehyde, a statistically signi – cant excess of deaths from nasopharyngeal cancer was observed in comparison with the US national population, with statistically signi cant exposure–response relationships for peak exposure and cumulative exposure.”
Mortality among chemical workers in a factory where formaldehyde was used.
“Significantly increased mortality due to nasopharyngeal cancer was observed among formaldehyde-exposed workers compared with the U.S. and regional populations.”
Formaldehyde: an experimental multipotential carcinogen.
“In a study with life-long exposure to formaldehyde, beginning in utero (transplacentally), there was an increased incidence of smooth-muscle tumors of the small intestine (leiomyosarcoma) in female offspring”
Formaldehyde, 2-butoxyethanol and 1-tert-butoxypropan-2-ol.
“Formaldehyde is a known cause of allergic contact dermatitis and, somewhat more controversial, of occupational asthma. Nasal biopsies of workers chronically exposed to formaldehyde showed chronic in ammation, loss of cilia, mild dysplasia, hyperplasia and squamous metaplasia.”
Occupational exposure to formaldehyde, hematotoxicity, and leukemia-specific chromosome changes in cultured myeloid progenitor cells.
“Possible involvement of formaldehyde in leukemogenesis.”
Aldehydes Pose a Threat to BRCA2 Mutation Carriers
“The public health significance of our findings is emphasized by the ubiquity of exposure to formaldehyde and acetaldehyde, particularly in the urban environment, from sources including tobacco smoke, e-cigarettes, automobile combustion emissions, building materials, and even cosmetics.”
“There is sufficient evidence in humans for the carcinogenicity of formaldehyde. Formaldehyde causes cancer of the nasopharynx and leukemia. Also, a positive association has been observed between exposure to formaldehyde and sinonasal cancer.”
The formaldehyde dilemma
“In June 2014, the European Union followed and classified formaldehyde as a cause of cancer.”
Reproductive and Developmental Toxicity of Formaldehyde: A Systematic Review
“The mostly retrospective human studies provided evidence of an association of maternal exposure with adverse reproductive and developmental effects. Further assessment of this association by meta-analysis revealed an increased risk of spontaneous abortion.”
Review of the Environmental Protection Agency’s Draft IRIS Assessment of Formaldehyde (2011)
“All three studies showed an association between formaldehyde exposure and increased incidence of upper respiratory tract infections.” (Chapter: 5 Systemic Health Effects)
Formaldehyde Confirmed as Known Human Carcinogen
“The committee agreed that there is sufficient evidence to support an association between formaldehyde and cancer in humans.”
Formaldehyde and cancer risk: a quantitative review of cohort studies through 2006
“For brain cancer and lymphohematopoietic neoplasms there were modestly elevated risks in professionals”
Formaldehyde and cancer morbidity among male employees in Denmark
This study provides further evidence that occupational exposure to formaldehyde increases the risk for sino-nasal cancer.
Epidemiologic evidence on the relationship between formaldehyde exposure and cancer
Evidence of exposure-response relationships, the fact that direct contact with formaldehyde may occur at these upper respiratory sites, and the consistency of these findings with experimental studies make this assumption highly probable.
Formaldehyde is an ingredient in most vaccines
The National Industrial Chemicals Notification and Assessment Scheme
Formaldehyde Material Safety Data Sheet
If you don’t eat pesticides, why would you inject the same ingredients?
Johnson & Johnson remove harmful chemicals, like formaldehyde, from its line of consumer products