A British man who claims that diluted bleach can treat autism has been dropped from a conference in Waterford next month.
The Open Minds Ireland Conference includes speakers on topics including “natural health,” “exposing corruption” and “life mysteries”.
Clive de Carle, who describes himself as a specialist in health mastery, was dropped for speaking of the potential benefits of miracle mineral solution (MMS), a type of diluted bleach produced by mixing two chemicals. There is no scientific evidence that it works and it can be actively harmful.
– BS & The Quackery –
- Covid-19: beware online tests and cures, experts say | World news | The Guardian
- Online Coronavirus Tests Are Just The Latest Iffy Products Marketed To Anxious Consumers | California Healthline
- Coronavirus: Nearly 300 dead after drinking methanol after wrongly thinking it cures Covid-19 | Metro News
- Magic masks, cleansing amulets and the persuasive power of Covid-19 pseudoscience – Noncompliant – the podcast
- Capitalising on Corona – Vandana Shiva – #1 – Myles Power