The Art of Being Wrong

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“No, no, no, I don’t believe it,” Rogan continued. “That people who catch COVID when they’re young have a higher risk of myocarditis than people who get the vaccine have a higher risk of myocarditis.”

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Dr. Justin D. Henderson is a psychologist, educator, and organizational consultant. He’s a Medium Top Writer in Leadership and Business.

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