Dr. Cammy Benton graduated Magna Cum Laude at Eastern Carolina University (ECU), then earned a Doctor of Medicine at ECU before completing her residency at University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill. An integrative medicine advocate, she is currently pursuing certification in the practice of Functional Medicine and is Board Certified with the Board of Integrative and Holistic Medicine. In 2012, Dr. Benton traveled with Bless Back Worldwide Medical Mission to Haiti and has volunteered at the refugee clinics in Charlotte. She is a current member of the American Academy of Family Physicians and enjoys caring for patients ranging in age from birth to seniors.
“In 2008, when my entire family got sick after the flu vaccine for the third year in a row, I got motivated to research the flu vaccine. Studying the actual data regarding vaccine efficacy and influenza mortality really opened my eyes. In spite of this, I followed the standard childhood vaccine recommendations for all my three children, and it took all three of them having serious adverse reactions after vaccination for me to finally question the vaccines they were receiving. I was so indoctrinated to believe that vaccines are safe and effective, that it took me years to see that they could actually cause such harm.”