Two mothers are working together to stop parents who believe they can “cure” their children’s autism with dangerous chemicals.Melissa Eaton, who lives in North Carolina, and Amanda Seigler, who lives in Florida, both stumbled upon groups of people who believe chlorine dioxide, a chemical that’s used for bleaching, can treat autism while researching the condition after their own children were diagnosed with it.Eaton, 39 and Seigler, 38, both decided to begin going undercover, posing as desperate parents with a child who has autism. Once inside the groups, however, the pair then observe and report cases of child abuse.
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