New Jersey Children Given Wrong Vaccines

An audit found five South Jersey children were likely given the wrong immunizations during a Salem County-sponsored "Shots for Tots" clinic, health officials said. The most egregious error, officials said, was when a toddler boy was likely given an excessive dose of a cervical cancer vaccine.
The free clinic was operated by the Salem County Health Department at Memorial Hospital of Salem County in Mannington Township, officials said. It has since been shut down.

Officials reviewed 22 patient records during an annual audit and found irregularities with shots given to at least five children between July 2014 and June 2015.
A nurse was fired after officials learned a 2-year-old boy was injected with a high dose of Gardasil, the cervical cancer vaccine. The child's mother and pediatrician were notified late last month, officials said.

Shots for Tots Clinic: 5 out of 22 Kids Given Wrong Vaccination

[PHI] Shots for Tots Clinic: 5 out of 22 Kids Given Wrong Vaccination 
Several children in South Jersey were given the wrong vaccination shots and now officials are trying to ease parents' concerns. NBC10's Tim Furlong is in Salem County with the latest on the "Shots for Tots" clinic. (Published Monday, Jul 6, 2015)

Health officials are not sure whether the child would suffer negative effects, but said he may be at risk of neurological damage. Shots of the HPV vaccine are given to boys and girls starting at age 9.
The audit also found $20,000 worth of vaccines were not properly refrigerated. The drugs were thrown away.
Mandi Cassidy, the nurse who was fired, told NBC10 Salem County was throwing her under the bus. She insists she didn't make the mistake and resigned before the medical audit was even released. Cassidy claims the County is to blame. 

"I think they not only let down the residents of the county but they let down the nurse that should've been trained properly," she said. Officials say they will pay for the medical monitoring of the five children. 

Aluminum and Mercury in Vaccines

  • Aluminum gels or salts of aluminum which are added as adjuvants to help the vaccine stimulate a better response. Adjuvants help promote an earlier, more potent response, and more persistent immune response to the vaccine.   
  •  Thimerosal is a mercury-containing preservative that is added to vials of vaccine that contain more than one dose to prevent contamination and growth of potentially harmful bacteria.
  •  Aluminum when combined with mercury in the body becomes an uber-neurotoxin.

Jameela Jamil - Mercury Poisoned!

The UK Daily Mail won't directly admit that Jameela Jamil was poisoned by MERCURY, they instead run the headline:

Can mercury fillings really poison you or is it just a scare story? Jameela Jamil is convinced they triggered her health issues
A quote from the article:
" ... a review by the EU Commission's Scientific Committee in 2008 concluded there was no risk from amalgam, says Professor Damien Walmsley, the British Dental Association's scientific adviser."

So they are implying mercury in people's mouths is inert.  That's a pretty broad statement.  What if the mercury amalgam comes loose, what then?  What if they eat really acidic foods, or constantly drink hot beverages that heats the mercury creating mercury vapors.  Why don't they just chew on aluminum foil with mercury amalgam in their mouths if there is "no risk". 

Watch the mercury eat away this aluminum I-beam.

The original article is here:

Joni Mitchell Mercury Poisoned

Quoted from the above article:

If Morgellons is indeed related to a psychiatric condition, drug use may be a contributing factor, the researchers said. In the hair samples in 50 percent of patients in the study, the researchers found evidence of the use of drugs such as marijuana, amphetamines and benzodiazepines (which are used to treat people with anxiety and insomnia).

Mercury poisoning messes with the ability to produce enzymes for normal body chemistry, so it's not surprising we would see a higher incidence of drug use as the sufferer attempts to stabilize their own body chemistry.
Common symptoms of mercury poisoning include peripheral neuropathy (presenting as paresthesia or itching, burning or pain)