This response is as relevant today as it was back in 2010.
Nothing has changed in the recent recycled FDA warning, as MMS is still just as safe, with no deaths confirmed from its use so far.
Uploaded on Aug 24, 2010
The FDA has backed up a warning (7/30/2010) against the use of MMS with a coordinated mis-information campaign. Jim Humble, who uncovered the potential of using small amounts of chlorine dioxide inside the body (through
its effects on malaria
), and developed protocols for its human use, comments. Interviewed by Adam Abraham.
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