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LAXlover
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What do you think? Sounds truthful to me. Told my LLMD about it. Thinking about trying it for Babs since other treatments don't seem to be working for me. I also posted this on the MMS thread.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5jY2yab0uLc

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lululymemom
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Very interesting.. Too bad the Red Cross isnt endorsing their own trials. Considering how successful it was.

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Promising that it kills Malaria in the water. I do worry about the rush to put chemical purifiers (that is what this is, right?) in water supplies. The questions from me would be; what are the long term effects of drinking this water treated with this? Also, who might be profiting from the addition of this into water?
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MMS is dirt cheap. The reason that the doctors who are shills for the FDA try to discredit MMS is because it's made up of natural elements. You can't patent it. That's like patenting and selling the air that you breathe.

MMS's biggest proponents don't sell it or make a dime off of it.

There is not much money to be made from the sale of MMS. It's not a drug.

Instead of being skeptical of MMS, we should be skeptical of all the drugs that doctors prescribe.

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Awesome youtube video!

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Lymetoo
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Posted by emla999:

The Red Cross posted a comment about this MMS "trial" on their website.


The Red Cross stated that at NO time were they ever involved in clinical trials related to treating malaria with the Master Mineral Solution (MMS) aka Miracle Mineral Supplement (MMS).


Here is the link to the Red Cross website where you can read that statement.


http://www.ifrc.org/en/news-and-media/opinions-and-positions/opinion-pieces/2013/ifrc-strongly-dissociates-from-the-claim-of-a-miracle-solution-to-defeat-malaria/


http://www.pepijnvanerp.nl/2013/05/fake-and-unethical-trial-video-claims-miracle-mineral-solution-cures-malaria/

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tick battler
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Laxlover - thank you for posting this.

Of course the Red Cross would never publicly admit to administering a new, non-pharmaceutical, controversial treatment that was not already supported by extensive clinical trials or big pharma, even if there may have been coordination through them, as was clearly demonstrated by this video. The wording in the Red Cross statement does not deny that MMS was administered. They do deny that an official "clinical trial" was conducted. Clearly their lawyers are dancing around the issue.

I'm not sure what other proof is needed to demonstrate this, but it is very clear to me that the Uganda Red Cross workers are administering MMS....the bottles are the same ones used here in the US and the process they are using to prepare it is the same. Drops of sodium chlorite in a cup and then drops of citric acid....waiting 20 seconds, it turns yellow, then adding water. The Red Cross workers were doing this!

I have consulted with three very respected and knowledgeable doctors in our area (two D.O's and one chiro who is Dr. K's primary ART instructor and who treats with DR. K's protocols) about my son taking the MMS/autism/parasite protocol and they all have said good things about it and recommend he do the protocol. My son developed PANDAS/PANS this year and tourettes with violent and inappropriate outbursts. He lost the ability to focus on his school work and had to miss 2 months of school. I strongly suspect parasites are the root cause, since he herxed so badly on the parasite cleanses, but then improved. I have read a lot about the protocol and they are actually CURING autism with it. If you watch the video about Kerri Rivera, it is pretty exciting stuff. To see these videos, go to the MMS thread - I have the link posted as do others on the thread.

Of course, with any new treatment, you have to do your own research and do what for what is best for you and your family. But I feel it's important to look at both sides thoroughly before forming an opinion.

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"Whether you believe that such a product as MMS can cure diseases or not, there is no excuse whatsoever to carry out a trial bypassing all ethical en scientific research standards as was clearly the case in this trial. The only reassurance is that the participants probably had no malaria to start with, they also looked quite healthy." This is a quote from Lymetoo's second reference.

I think the important point here is that there is some deception involved in the part about the video being sponsored by the Red Cross.

MMS may kill pathogens, although I hardly believe it wipes out Malaria in one day. If it did, I am sure Bill Gates would be all over this protocol!

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Lymetoo
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Jim Humble and MMS:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miracle_Mineral_Supplement

http://www.guardian.co.uk/science/2010/sep/15/miracle-mineral-solutions-mms-bleach

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