US regulators crack down on toxic bleach drink marketed as a 'miracle cure' for autism - 2019-08-12

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F19.png US regulators crack down on toxic bleach drink marketed as a 'miracle cure' for autism August 12, 2019, Mia De Graaf, Daily Mail

US regulators are cracking down on a drink called Miracle/Master Mineral Solution - an industrial bleach marketed as a 'miracle cure' for autism, cancer, HIV, and the flu.

The drink, sodium chlorite in distilled water mixed with citrus, has infected social media - mentioned in books that were sold (and recently banned) on Amazon, touted on parent Facebook groups for autism, and promoted on Instagram.

The US Food and Drug Administration first issued a warning about MMS in 2010.

But now, despite that warning, and despite tech firms' efforts to wipe the toxic concoction from their sites, MMS keeps resurfacing.

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{{cite news | first = Mia De | last = Graaf | title = US regulators crack down on toxic bleach drink marketed as a 'miracle cure' for autism | url = https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-7350169/US-regulators-crack-toxic-bleach-drink-marketed-miracle-cure-autism.html | work = Daily Mail | date = August 12, 2019 | accessdate = August 15, 2019 }}