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  2. The Center for Disease Control refuses a CBS investigative reporter team’s FOIA request for state-based H1N1 data in the wake of the announcement of a “national emergency”.

    • Joy B. on November 2, 2009 at 11:24 pm

    feeling that there’s a flu out there that IS truly epidemic (but not as deadly as feared), but which isn’t regular A or B or Unicorn. Or, maybe it is Unicorn, just not the 2009 H1N1 they’re testing for. The 60-85% negative rate on testing that is being done doesn’t explain sudden flu-like illness and serious respiratory distress that very much is epidemic right now and feels a heckuva lot like flu (I can say that because we got whatever it is in August).

    Perhaps their 2009 H1N1 test is so crappy it just doesn’t register. Maybe they’re testing the wrong chimeric component of that beastie, and if they tested for one of the other elements it would register. There is an epidemic afoot, even CDC doesn’t trust the testing or they wouldn’t have stopped tracking. I like your name for it best – Unicorn Flu.

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