User talk:Michael Frind
Hi... Your recent edits to the article leave me wondering as to the source. The edits you have made imply that the entire paragraph "Safety" is supported by the "Landis, Bruce; Petritsch, Theodore; Huang, Herman (2004)" source, but I don't think that's the case. Could you please take a second look at your edits and clarify sourcing as needed? Thanks! — Twisted86 - Talk - at 22:36, 1 January 2009 (UTC)
Okay, I will check that. Thanks for bringing it to my attention.
Your recent contributions
Please do not add original research or novel syntheses of previously published material to our articles as you apparently did to Thiomersal. Please cite a reliable source for all of your information. Thank you. DMacks (talk) 22:50, 29 November 2009 (UTC)
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