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Dena Churchill

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Dena Churchill is a Canadian former chiropractor, who was forced to surrender her license in 2019 for promoting anti-vaccination conspiracy theories[1][2] on her Facebook page[3] and her blog Dr. Sexy Mom.[4]

Churchill continues to peddle woo such as essential oils[5] through social media such as YouTube[6] and Twitter,[7] and like disgraced MD Andrew Wakefield, misleadingly continued to use the title "doctor" as of June 2019.

In July 2019, she was ordered to pay $100,000 CAD (about $77,000 USD or €68,000) to the Nova Scotia College of Chiropractors as part of a settlement for bringing the "profession of chiropractic into disrepute."[8]

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