‘Gardasil is an aluminum container’

Google News article GARDASIL contains aluminum.

And now the anti-vaccine movement is claiming it’s a vaccine.

A YouTube video shows the “vaccine is aluminum” meme being shared on Twitter by anti-vaxxers who claim it’s proof of the dangers of the vaccine.

“Garda sire is using aluminum as containment and I can assure you it’s aluminum,” said one user in the video.

The video has been viewed more than 2 million times.

One of the video’s creators, a woman called Naiya, says Gardasil uses aluminum to “bend” to create the containment.

She claims Gardasilline, which was developed by Australian pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca, is a vaccine that “will be a giant leap forward for vaccine safety and safety for the general population.”

Naiya said Gardasils aluminum containment has “no metal inside it.”

Gardazil is made of aluminium and aluminum is used as a containment material.

The National Vaccine Information Center, an independent agency that helps manage the US vaccine supply chain, says the aluminum is not used in the manufacturing process.

But the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which is responsible for overseeing the US supply chain for vaccines, has confirmed that Gardasiles aluminum containment is used in some vaccine manufacturing processes.

Gardenasil’s aluminum containment, however, is made from aluminum oxide, a material that’s less than one percent by weight.

The Centers for Diseases Control and Preventives Office of the Inspector General, which reviewed the materials for GardasIL, concluded in a report in 2016 that Gardisil’s aluminium containment “does not meet the requirements for safety and efficacy of the vaccines in use in the United States.”

It found that the aluminum used for GardaSilline has been known to be highly toxic, but said the “materials used to manufacture it, in accordance with industry standards, are safe and effective.”

Gardasesil is one of the most widely used vaccines in the US.

It has been approved by the Food and Drug Administration for use in people aged 18 and older.

The CDC said Gardailline is designed to protect against rare diseases and prevent serious side effects, and has been shown to be “highly effective in preventing and treating rare and severe disease conditions.”

“The safety and effectiveness of Gardasila have been verified in randomized, controlled clinical trials involving thousands of patients,” the agency said.

However, there’s also concern that Gardail might not be 100 percent effective.

A study of the Gardasili vaccine in adults showed its effectiveness was “limited by serious adverse events, including allergic reactions and immunotoxicity,” according to the study, which examined a cohort of 4,000 adults who received the vaccine from November 2014 to March 2017.

The study did not identify any serious side effect from Gardasild.

More recently, researchers at the University of California, Davis, also found Gardasilicin did not reduce the risk of developing certain cancers, including breast cancer, prostate cancer, and ovarian cancer.

But they noted that the researchers “did not find a statistically significant effect on the incidence of breast cancer in women receiving Gardasile or the incidence in women who were not receiving Gardailicin.”

Other studies have also found that Gardavaxi is less effective than Gardasalil in preventing the disease that causes the rare disease called cytomegalovirus (CMV), according to a review published in The Lancet in 2016.

Other researchers at UCSD have found that it may not be effective in reducing the number of cancers in adults who have not yet developed CMV.

According to a report by the American Academy of Pediatrics, Gardasliches aluminum containment “may not be as effective as Gardasiels.”

Gartner analyst Dan McAdams said it’s important to note that while the anti/Gardausil camp may be making unfounded claims, they’re not making claims about the safety of the medication.

“The most important thing is that Gardasellines safety is verified in large, randomized, well-designed, randomized controlled clinical studies, and this is the way that vaccines are approved for use,” McAdams told ABC News.

In the meantime, there are some questions about the efficacy of Gardaalil, which has been linked to a range of health problems, including migraines, migrainoid attacks, heart disease and more.

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