Parents feeding kids bleach to ‘cure autism’ draws anger, frustration | Fox News

While it has been dubbed in some alternative medicine circles as “Miracle Mineral Solution” or “MMS,” there are growing concerns among medical and legal professionals over parents feeding a bleach solution to their children under the guise of it “curing autism” – but in some cases, the alarm isn’t yet enough for law enforcement to …

Chicago Quackfest with Jenny McCarthy (aka Autism One) and the #BleachCult | Eve Reiland

2016 conference Today, in Chicago, queen of the #BleachCult, Jenny McCarthy, is hawking 'autism cures' and 'recovery' in Chicago at a 3-day quackfest. YES, right now, Jenny and friends are sharing how to 'heal' their autistic kids - recover them -- with bleach, turpentine, chelation, hyperbaric oxygen chambers, zappin the kids brains and so on. Utter bs. …

Generation Rescue – Wikipedia | Circa 2005 – Present

Source: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia     Jump to navigationJump to search Generation Rescue Inc Founded May 13, 2005; 13 years ago[1] Founders Lisa Handley,   J.B. Handley Tax ID no. 20-2063267[2] Legal status 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization Headquarters Sherman Oaks, California, United States[2] President, Director Jenny McCarthy[2] Directors J.B. Handley, Lisa Handley, Deidre Imus, Samir Patel, Rowena Salas, Donnie …

WTF?!?!  | Why Did Amazon Endorse a Ghastly Autism ‘Treatment?’ | Jim Humble’s #MMS Given “Amazon’s Choice” Label 

‘It’s Amazon promoting something that is not merely ineffective, but actively harmful and dangerous.’   Welcome to Debunker, a weekly breakdown of misleading (and sometimes flat-out wrong!) news from the worlds of science, health, and more—for Beast Inside members only. Just a few weeks ago, Humble’s Mineral Solution (also known as Miracle Mineral Solution, or …