Thimesoral is the mercury based ingredient in vaccines that you probably refer to?
According to Centers For Disease Control And Preventation: "(scientists) haven’t found any evidence that thimerosal causes harm."
Where is the source for the statement that they are the most profitable medical product ever? That just shows the amount of revenue, it doesn't compare it to other medical products.
What do you mean by "demanding liability" or "reducing toxic exposures"?
Wheres the source for the "most profitable medical product ever", my suspicion would be that antibiotics would be much more profitable?
Thanks! We will fix that.
#coop fact of the day!
Relevant article by @ntnsndr
"The Green New Deal Could Dramatically Expand Economic Democracy"
Had a break in tooting these, will be back tooting daily now.
#coop fact of the day!
Credit unions were started by those marginalized by mainstream society and are now challenging the status quo of the big banks.
If #creditunions continue to grow at the pace they have in the last 10 years, most adults in the UK will be members by 2030!
One of the problems I have with Reddit is that lot of the discussion about anything political turns into US and Trump jokes.
I'm trying to read about Turkish local elections and what policies the opposition party supports, what sort of campaign did they run, etc. but the most popular comments are about GOP gerrymandering in Florida.
What are some major inventions made by cooperatives?
Why cooperation, not competition, is the driving force behind innovation?
Read this article to find out!
An article I wrote about how the Preston/Cleveland model could be used to support #platformcoops.
What are "lighthouse" institutions and why we need them in addition to anchor institutions? Read the article to know.
It's a commentary on a recent NESTA and Cooperatives UK report titled "Platform co-ops and the capital conundrum"
Platform cooperative replacements that allow anyone from anywhere to join at anytime below:
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