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Germ theory denialism

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Germ theory denialism

Germ theory denialism is the belief that [5] Similarly, the following month, Maher wrote that he "understand[s] germ theory," but that he still thought that "Western medicine ignores too much [sic] the fact that the terrain in which bacteria can thrive is crucial and often controllable, which shouldn't even be controversial."[6] Harriet Hall published an article in Skeptic where she describes her experience arguing with germ theory denialists.[7]

An opposite kind of Hulda Regehr Clark in her book The Cure for all Cancers.[8]


  1. ^ NeuroLogica Blog » Germ Theory Denial
  2. ^ Apostles of cleanliness
  3. ^ Is Bill Maher really that ignorant? – Respectful Insolence
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  7. ^ I reject your reality: Germ Theory Denial and Other Curiosities
  8. ^ Hulda Regehr Clark, The Cure for All Cancers New Century Press, 1993.

External links

  • Germ theory denialism: A major strain in “alt-med” thought, David Gorski
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