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AbbreviationCDC
Predecessor• Office of National Defense Malaria Control Activities (1942)
• Office of Malaria Control in War Areas (1942-1946)
• Communicable Disease Center (1946-1967)
• National Communicable Disease Center (1967-1970)
• Center for Disease Control (1970-1980)
• Centers for Disease Control (1980-1992)
Formation1 July 1946
Parent organizationUnited States Public Health Service
HeadquartersDeKalb County, Georgia (state), USA
Staff15,000
SubpageCDC/MMR vaccine fraud

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is a part of the US government with responsibility for diseases.

Tuskegee syphilis experiment

Full article: Tuskegee syphilis experiment
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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention carried out a study on syphilis, which resulted in many deaths and denied its subjects treatment for syphilis. It intended to continue the study until all subjects had died and been autopsied but was forced to close it in light of the public outcry after it was exposed by the commercially-controlled media.

Intellectual property claims

In 2010, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention was granted patent #CA2741523A1 on a particular strain of ebola - that is, it claims to have invented that disease strain. Natural News has questioned whether the desire to increase its patent portfolio and explain the decision to bring sufferers of the 2014 ebola outbreak to USA.[1]

MMR vaccine fraud allegation

Full article: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention/MMR vaccine fraud

In 2014, William Thompson, a senior scientist at CDC who had been working there for over 15 years claimed that he had been involved in covering up MMR vaccine fraud into the relationship between vaccines and autism.[2]

Water Fluoridation

Full article: Water Fluoridation
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In 2015, for the first time since 1962, the CDC announced a lowering of the recommended limit of fluoride (to 0.7 milligrams per liter of water) with the explanation that "Americans now have access to more sources of fluoride, including toothpaste and mouth rinses, than they did when municipal officials first began adding the mineral to water supplies across the United States". This follows increasing evidence of health damage due to fluoridated drinking water.[3]

2017 Censorship

In December 2017, CDC officials were prohibited from using 7 words in official documents being prepared for 2018. The prohibited words were: “vulnerable,” “entitlement,” “diversity,” “transgender,” “fetus,” “evidence-based” and “science-based.”[4]

 

Event Planned

EventDescription
Tuskegee syphilis experimentA murderous experiment which looked at the progression of syphilis. Subjects were told that they were being treated, while in fact treatment was denied them. Exposed after 40 years by a whistleblower who went to the press.


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