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Roxarsone (arsenic)

The Age of Polio: Explosion. Part 7.

[2015 Jan] The FDA Admits That Prior to 2011 Over 70% of U.S. Chickens Contained Cancer-Causing Arsenic  Prior to 2011, the cancer-causing toxic chemical Roxarsone, which in high doses could kill you, was being added to chicken feed on purpose, giving store-bought chicken the illusion of healthy coloring and plump appearance. Shockingly, this was the case with more than 70 percent of all U.S. chickens!

[2011 Aug] TOXIC METALS FOUND IN PANDEMRIX SWINE FLU VACCINE BY SWEDISH DOCTOR A doctor inSwedenhas found traces of the toxic metals arsenic and tin in GlaxoSmithKline’s swine flu Pandemrix vaccine.  The consultant anaesthetist at a University Hospital said he was surprised to find “quite robust amounts of colloidal or nano-sized heavy metals” when he conducted an ICP analysis of GSK’s swine flu vaccine. He found the following concentration in Pandemrix: arsenic [As] = 2.421 ppm and tin [Sn] = 1.511 ppm.

[2010 Jan] Found in wallpapers, dresses and even libido pills: Arsenic, the Victorian Viagra that poisoned Britain  Charles Darwin took arsenic to treat his eczema while at university, something that could explain his lifetime of ill-health. Physicians also maintained that it could cure asthma, thus directing patients to smoke pipes in which tobacco was mixed with the lethal poison.
    Their belief in the medicinal properties of arsenic was based on the notion that the body was out of kilter during illness and that the violent symptoms it produced could somehow shock it back into balance.
    Although this was nonsense, it was true that very small doses of arsenic could stimulate circulation and increase weight gain. There was great excitement in 1851 when a Viennese medical journal reported on the sexual benefits which arsenic consumption was supposed to have brought the peasantry of Styria - a remote mountainous region in Austria.

[1952] The Poison Cause of Poliomyelitis And Obstructions To Its Investigation by Ralph R. Scobey, M.D.