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"Since its inception in 2000 SafeMinds has: Established the link between mercury and autism through the landmark paper, “Autism, A Novel Form of Mercury Poisoning.” SafeMinds is the driving force pushing forward science that links environmental factors, such as mercury, to autism. Sponsored almost $1.5 million in research related specifically to mercury and adverse neurological outcomes. This level of financial commitment establishes SafeMinds as the largest private non-profit organization funding mercury and autism-related research."[1]


Accessed March 2014: [2]



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  1. Safe Minds History, organizational web page, accessed March 11, 2014.
  2. Safe Minds Board, organizational web page, accessed March 11, 2014.