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CDC now Calling U.S. Households and Demanding Child Immunization Records as Part of Vaccine Surveillance and Tracking Program

Thursday, 29 September 2011 05:51

‘The U.S. Centers for Disease Control, which has been comprehensively exposed as a vaccine propaganda organization promoting the interests of drug companies, is now engaged in a household surveillance program that involves calling U.S. households and intimidating parents into producing child immunization records. As part of what it deems a National Immunization Survey (NIS), the CDC is sending letters to U.S. households, alerting them that they will be called by “NORC at the University of Chicago” and that households should “have your child’s immunization records handy when answering our questions.”

This NIS vaccine compliance program is revealed in a letter being sent to U.S. households by Edward J. Sondik, PhD, the director of the National Center for Health Statistics at the CDC. The CDC, you may recall, was instrumental in pushing the false swine flu pandemic scare and encouraging governments to order billions of dollars worth of vaccines from drug companies. Following this marketing fraud, the former head of the CDC, Dr. Julie Gerberding, went on to accept the lucrative job as the president of Merck’s global vaccine division.’

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  1. November 18, 2012 at 3:46 pm

    They’re probably just coitunng U.S. Cases? Also, this was presented in January the second person who survived the protocol in the U.S. Got sick until May of this year. Although, I’m surprised they didn’t mention the Texas girl who survived with no treatment at all in? 2009 (that’s a miracle).

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