It was a day like any other at the Carmichael, California practice of Matthew T. Cohan, MD. A father entered the waiting room with his daughter by his side. The daughter — a new patient — was experiencing upper respiratory congestion. Before she could be seen, standard new patient paperwork needed to be filled out. However, on the final page of this paperwork, the office required new documentation to be complete before the patient could be seen.
Popping up around the country like some uncomfortable dystopian game of whack-a-mole are “Immunization Contracts”. With this form, the public is experiencing yet another unethical attempt by the US medical community to come between and influence a parent’s health freedom and medical choice. The scene at Dr. Cohan’s office ended like so many others with the father refusing to sign his immunization contract. A contract which made the parent agree to have Dr. Cohan’s office give “ALL the recommended childhood vaccinations…”. His contract also included giving a series of three Gardasil shots. A vaccine that is currently experiencing a worldwide backlash due to severe adverse reactions, has been withdrawn in Japan due to damage and whose fraudulent safety research has been exposed by a whistleblower.
What would motivate a doctor to make patients sign a contract to give up their right to medical choice and health freedom? According to Blue Care Network, a medical provider could receive $225 per service achieved in the category of “childhood immunization – combo 2”. There is an additional bonus of $125 if the service falls under the “Well-Child visit”. The Well-Child visit is nothing more than a Center’s for Disease Control and Prevention created and sponsored vaccine tracking session. The provider-initiated appointment is to track each child’s immunization status which is then transferred — typically outside of the parent’s awareness and consent — to the home state’s individual immunization tracking system.
The noose is tightening as providers are pressuring parents — and soon adults — to get all their shots regardless of the controversy, lack of safety studies and proper informed consent. It’s one nation under Pharma until the consciousness shifts fully towards health freedom, full medical consent and returns to medical ethics.
As disappointing as these developments may first seem, immunization contracts could be a blessing in disguise. Upon seeing a contract like the one attached above in this article, a parent can choose to walk out of the office immediately instead of walking blindly into a belligerent doctor that may call child protective services on them. Although infuriating, immunization contracts add clarity about the doctor’s intentions, so that parents don’t get trapped by thinking there is room for their informed choice.
If you or someone you know has experienced “vaccine harassment”, please visit the National Vaccine Information Center and fill out their vaccine harassment form. The information can be used, at your discretion, towards legislative efforts to protect vaccine freedom.