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  • Mercurochrome and merthiolate -- that red stuff mothers dabbed on cuts -- were extremely popular up until relatively recently.

    Kate Kelly: The Politics of Mercury and Your Teeth

  • Instead she leads me to the tub and softly washes my back, then gently dabs at each stripped spot with the wand from the merthiolate, the pink acrid drops stinging so fiercely that I want to turn on her, take my anger and helplessness and horror out on her.

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  • Other common agents are merthiolate-iodine-formaldehyde (MIF), sodium acetate-acetic acid-formalin (SAF), and Shaudinn's Fixative.

    We are in Mexico and my husband is ill

  • "The comparative in vitro studies of mercurochrome, metaphen and merthiolate [Thimerosal] on embryonic (developing) tissue cells and bacterial cells by Salle and Lazarus [Proceedings of the Society of Experimental Biology & Medicine, February 1935] cannot be ignored," they said.

    FDA Knew Dangers Of Thimerosal-Vaccines For 60 Years

  • Do not use alcohol, iodine, merthiolate, or other strong antiseptics.

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  • April 1986, Use of a diploid cell line for detecting the toxic components in medical immunobiological preparations attesting to the acute toxicity of Thimerosal (merthiolate).

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  • My suggestion, is that you stock up on baking soda, merthiolate, Crest, and WD-40.

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  • I am now diagnosed with mercury toxicity from merthiolate being applied to my gums twice daily for a year as a child.

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  • "... merthiolate in admissible concentrations show the highest degree of CTA [cytotoxic action]."

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