A private clinic could face an investigation after it recommended using bleach to treat autistic children.
Julia Chaplin, who runs the Healthcare Clinic in East Preston, West Sussex, told an undercover reporter how to use chlorine dioxide, also known as industrial bleach.
Chlorine dioxide is listed by the NHS as a “fake and harmful” treatment. Its advocates claim that it can cure autism by targeting pathogens in the body, contrary to medical evidence.
One in every 100 people in the UK has some form of autism, for which there is no cure.
Ms Chaplin is not a doctor but a podiatrist registered with the Health and Care Professions Council, although she said her practice was “like your GP”….
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