The Curious Case of Autism and MMS | HuffPost

I’m going to say something radical, something that may shock you. Brace yourself. Are you ready? Here goes:

It’s not a good idea to make children drink bleach.

If you’re not familiar with the autism community, you may wonder why my statement would ever be considered controversial. Unfortunately, in the autism community, where there are disagreements about everything, even this seemingly straightforward statement causes arguments.

The controversy, such as it is, began during the Autism One conference, held in Chicago from May 23-27. The conference is a one-stop shop for parents looking for alternative treatments for autism, and it featured some of the most prominent supporters of the idea that vaccines cause autism, including discredited scientist Andrew Wakefield and celebrity autism mom Jenny McCarthy.

 

Source: The Curious Case of Autism and MMS | HuffPost

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