Here is a quote from Dr. Sherri J. Tenpenny, board certified in emergency medicine and osteopathic manipulative medicine:
"We've got to stop calling chicken pox and measles diseases, because they're not. They're infections, and infections come and go in a week to 10 days, and leave behind a lifetime of immunity. A disease is something that comes and stays and frequently can't be cured.
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"So when you vaccinate to avoid an infection, what you are potentially doing is causing a disease."
Joyce Pinke, Mason City