CDC Falsifies Pregnant women stats-ignoring up to 3, 587 miscarriages

A shocking report from the National Coalition of Organized Women (NCOW) presented data to the CDC  from two different sources demonstrating that the 2009/10 H1N1 vaccines contributed to an estimated 1,588 miscarriages and stillbirths.  A corrected estimate may be as high as 3,587 cases. CDC’s

Dr. Marie McCormick hides VAERS miscarriage data Press Release

Raw Data (VAERS) miscarriages & stillbirths, McCormick transcript denying miscarriages click here….

4 thoughts on “CDC Falsifies Pregnant women stats-ignoring up to 3, 587 miscarriages

  1. Sandy

    An interesting and depressing article: same old story, unfortunately, about falsifying stats. Statisticians are employed with pharmaceutical companies and health authorities to “process” figures before they are publicised.
    Statistics are like bikinis. What they show is interesting, but what they conceal is vital!

  2. Lou

    The CDC does not work for the American Citizen. The CDC does not even work exclusively for big pharma. No the CDC is a wholly owned appendage of the eugenic Rockefeller clan. This is not to say the decent CDC workers are not honest hard working souls. They are; it is the political bosses that have sold out.

    Eugenics and depopulation is the name of the game folks and the sooner we admit it the sooner we can change it. You do not have to look too hard to see eugenics and depopulation all over the US landscape; our food supply, our insane “vaccination” policy, our health system, our insane allopathic toxic drugs for chronic disease.

  3. Alan Schmukler

    The CDC, FDA, USDA and other regulatory agencies have been in the pocket of industry forever. That’s why we have mercury laden vaccines, genetically engineered…irradiated…pesticide laden food and toxic drugs. The arthritis drug Vioxx, killed 60,000 Americans while the FDA sat on its hands. I imagine they were too busy regulating those “dangerous” vitamins to notice the bodies piling up.

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