I microchip causano tumori negli animali domestici

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  • #58723

    zret
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    I microprocessori provocano tumori negli animali domestici: non impiantiamoli nei nostri amici animali.

    http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=18531


    #58725
    Richard
    Richard
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    #58726

    zret
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    Utile approfondimento, Richard.

    Ciao


    #58724
    Richard
    Richard
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    questo è utile
    me lo salvai durante una discussione in un forum anni fa, un nuovo utente si inserì per mostrarcelo, è uno studio sui Verichip
    http://rapidshare.com/files/373965056/NO-NWO-VERICHIP-SUBCUTANEOUS-MICROCHIP-IMPLANT_06_2007.doc.html


    #58727

    ezechiele
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    'Pet owners should be clearly advised'

    Neither Albrecht nor the American Veterinary Medical Association recommend having microchips removed from pets that exhibit no reactions after the chips have been implanted because doing so would require invasive surgery.

    ho capito male o sconsigliano comunque di rimuoverli ove NON diano problemi?


    #58728
    Richard
    Richard
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    esatto
    perchè farlo significa chirurgia invasiva


    #58729

    ezechiele
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    grazie della conferma Richard,


    #58730
    Richard
    Richard
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    “FDA: No studies linking chip implantation to cancer

    In 2004, after investigating microchipping, the Food and Drug Administration found the process to be safe enough for use in humans and animals. In 2007, the New York Times reported federal regulators said animal data had been considered in the review of chip implantation in humans and that there were no controlled scientific studies linking chip implantation to cancer in dogs and cats. Lab rodents were said to be more prone than other animals to develop tumors from all types of injections.

    “If there are any cancers from the chips, they are so rare that losing pets is far more serious,” Dr. Lawrence D. McGill, a veterinary pathologist at Animal Reference Pathology, a veterinary laboratory in Salt Lake City, told the Times.”
    mmah…
    http://www.wnd.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.printable&pageId=131533


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