When people wonder why there, these days, there is such a high prevalence of childhood cancer, I just let them know that it’s CERTAINLY NOT (in part) due to the formaldehyde being injected directly into their bloodstreams via vaccines – permeating their entire biological system… every one of their bodily organs.

Despite formaldehyde being classified as carcinogenic by the CDC, when it is used as a vaccine ingredient, it magically transforms into a healthy, non-cancer-causing substance.

#SeemsLegit! #NothingSuss! 😏

Now, you pro-vaxxers… Pay careful attention here. I don’t want to lose you peeps. Just follow the baseball gloves in the screenshots below…

πŸ“Substances Listed in the Fourteenth Report on Carcinogens:

Review of Human Carcinogens (Package of 6 volumes A,B,C,D,E,F):

πŸ“Vaccine Excipient & Media Summary:

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~~ Facts About Formaldehyde ~~

πŸ“On this page:

β€’What is formaldehyde?

β€’Where formaldehyde is found

β€’How you can be exposed to formaldehyde

β€’Health effects of formaldehyde

β€’What EPA is doing to protect against formaldehyde exposures

β€’EPA formaldehyde research and risk information

πŸ“What is formaldehyde?

Formaldehyde isΒ aΒ colorless, flammable gas at room temperature and has a strong odor. Exposure to formaldehydeΒ may cause adverse health effects.

πŸ“Where formaldehyde is found:

Formaldehyde is found in:

β€’ ResinsΒ used in the manufacture of compositeΒ wood products (i.e., hardwoodΒ plywood, particleboard and medium-densityΒ fiberboard)

β€’ Building materials and insulation

β€’ Household products such as glues,Β permanent press fabrics, paints and coatings, lacquers and finishes, andΒ paper products

β€’ Preservatives used in some medicines, cosmetics and other consumer products such as dishwashing liquids and fabric softeners

β€’ Fertilizers and pesticides

It is a byproductΒ of combustion and certain otherΒ natural processes, and so is also found in:

β€’ Emissions from un-vented, fuel burning appliances, like gas stoves or kerosene space heaters.

β€’ Cigarette smoke.

Learn more from the Consumer Product Safety Commission about products that contain formaldehyde (PDF) (12 pp, 607Β K, About PDF).

πŸ“How you can be exposed to formaldehyde?:

The primary way you can be exposed to formaldehyde is by breathing air containing off-gassed formaldehyde. Everyone is exposed to small amounts of formaldehyde in the air that has off-gassed from products, including composite wood products.

Learn how to protect yourself and your family from formaldehyde exposure.

πŸ“What EPA is doing to protect against formaldehyde exposure:

β€’ WeΒ finalized aΒ regulation toΒ set limits on how much formaldehyde can be released from composite wood products and establish a program in which independent certifying organizations will verify that composite wood panel producers are complying with the limits on formaldehyde release

β€’ We are implementing and enforcing other statutes that pertain to formaldehyde

β€’ We conduct research to refine our understanding of what levels of exposure might affect human health

πŸ“Health effects of formaldehyde:.

Formaldehyde can cause irritation of the skin, eyes, nose, and throat. High levels of exposure may cause some types of cancers.

Learn more from the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry about the health effects of formaldehyde exposure.

πŸ“EPA formaldehyde research and risk information:

β€’Integrated Risk Information SystemΒ (IRIS) toxicological profile for formaldehyde:

IRIS is a human health assessmentΒ database thatΒ contains information on health effects that may result from exposure to environmental contaminants.

β€’Status of IRIS toxicological review of formaldehyde (inhalation):

EPA is currently revising its IRIS assessment of formaldehyde to address the 2011 National Academy of Sciences peer review recommendations. This assessment addresses both noncancer and cancer human health effects that are relevant to assessing the risks from chronic inhalation exposure to formaldehyde

. When finalized, the updated toxicological profile for formaldehyde will appear in the IRIS database.

β€’Acute exposure guideline levels (AEGLs) for formaldehyde (PDF)(71 pp,Β 301 K, About PDF):

AEGLs describe the human health effects to humans from once-in-a-lifetime, or rare, exposure to airborne chemicals. They are used by emergency responders when dealing with chemical spills or other catastrophic exposures

β€’List of EPA research projects on formaldehyde in EPA’s Science Inventory Databases

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~~ IARC Monographs On The Evaluation Of Carcinogenic Risks To Humans ~~

The IARC Monographs identify environmental factors that can increase the risk of human cancer. These include chemicals, complex mixtures, occupational exposures, physical agents, biological agents, and lifestyle factors. National health agencies can use this information as scientific support for their actions to prevent exposure to potential carcinogens.

Interdisciplinary working groups of expert scientists review the published studies and evaluate the weight of the evidence that an agent can increase the risk of cancer. The principles, procedures, and scientific criteria that guide the evaluations are described in the Preamble to the IARC Monographs.

Since 1971, more than 1000 agents have been evaluated, of which more than 400 have been identified as carcinogenic, probably carcinogenic, or possibly carcinogenic to humans.

For answers to commonly asked questions on the evaluation process, read the IARC Monographs Q&A.

The IARC Monographs have received funding from:

πŸ“β—¦ United States National Cancer Institute (Cooperative Agreement 5-U01-CA33193)

πŸ“β—¦ United States National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences

πŸ“β—¦ European Commission Directorate-General for Employment, Social Affairs, and Inclusion (initially from the Unit of Health, Safety and Hygiene at Work, and since 2014 from the European Union Programme for Employment and Social Innovation, EaSI)

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~~ IARC Monographs ~~

The IARC Monographs identify environmental factors that can increase the risk of human cancer. These include chemicals, complex mixtures, occupational exposures, physical agents, biological agents, and lifestyle factors. National health agencies can use this information as scientific support for their actions to prevent exposure to potential carcinogens.

Interdisciplinary working groups of expert scientists review the published studies and evaluate the weight of the evidence that an agent can increase the risk of cancer. The principles, procedures, and scientific criteria that guide the evaluations are described in the Preamble to the IARC Monographs.

Since 1971, more than 1000 agents have been evaluated, of which more than 400 have been identified as carcinogenic, probably carcinogenic, or possibly carcinogenic to humans.

For answers to commonly asked questions on the evaluation process, read the IARC Monographs Q&A.

πŸ“The IARC Monographs have received funding from:

β—¦ United States National Cancer Institute (Cooperative Agreement 5-‘U01-CA33193)
β—¦ United States National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences
β—¦ European Commission Directorate-General for Employment, Social Affairs, and Inclusion (initially from the Unit of Health, Safety and Hygiene at Work, and since 2014 from the European Union Programme for Employment and Social Innovation, EaSI)

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