Why It Is Impossible to Prove That Viruses or Bacteria Cause Disease

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Dr. Tom Cowan, MD, says that scientists have never proved that either viruses or bacteria cause disease, because they never have been isolated and purified sufficiently to eliminate the possibility that something else was the cause. Even Louis Pasteur wrote in this diary that he was unable to do this. Without proof, the entire germ theory of infectious disease is based on belief, not science.

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11 months ago

It may be true that absolute proof does not exist, but there is overwhelming (and I do mean overwhelming) evidence that some virus and bacteria cause diseases. This is one of those interesting issues that is worth further investigation from many angles, but anyone who believes no diseases are caused by virus or bacteria has not looked at the evidence.