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Is There Mercury In The Human Papillomavirus/HPV Vaccine? - Dr. Jones (VIDEO)

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Dr. Jones explains if there is mercury in the Human Papillomavirus/HPV vaccine and if so, explains if women should be concerned.

Dr. Jones:
Absolutely. You should ask your practitioner that gives you the vaccine for a mercury-free vaccine because the mercury is used as a stabilizer in the vaccine and as we know, mercury in vaccines can cause potentially bad sequelae in the future, especially when you’re giving it to someone who is going through puberty as you’re supposed to start the vaccine in the early teenage years.

About Dr. Jones, N.D.:
Dr. Carrie Jones is a Naturopathic Physician with a focus on women’s health and hormones. She has a private practice outside of Portland, Oregon and is an adjunct professor at The National College of Natural Medicine.

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