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Until then, what do you think?
It is my belief that you can not in fact self-infect with a disease.
Actually, the vast majority of bacterial infections are self infections. Its a matter of bacteria that normally live harmlessly or even helpfully in one part of the body finding their way into another part of the body where they are not supposed to be. [...]There are relatively few out right pathogens that you "catch" from someone else like Group A strep that causes strep throat, or salmonella from food, and even fewer now because we can vaccinate for many of them.