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Those crackdowns also swept up content related to faux autism cures, including chlorine dioxide. But problems persist. For every book removed from Amazon or private group shuttered on Facebook, others spring up.
And proponents of chlorine dioxide are finding new corners of the internet to colonize, where their most loyal followers — parents desperate for a cure for the incurable — will continue to find them. Childhood rates of autism have risen sharply over the last decade, affecting 1 in 59 children in the U. Doctors are unable to offer parents a cure, and increasingly, parents turn to social media for answers. Now Seigler — who sees autism as a different way of being, not a disease to be cured — spends at least three days a week scouring Facebook for these posts, trying to stop what she has reported to local authorities as the abuse of autistic children.
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After they go to bed, I go online. The groups are filled with parents who say they have tried treating their children with chlorine dioxide. One Georgia mother posted a photo of a long thread of what looks like mucus that she said dislodged after giving her autistic son a chlorine dioxide emema. NBC News reached out to each of the parents behind the posts but did not receive any responses. Evangelists for dubious autism cures have long relied on Amazon and eBay to sell their books and chemicals like chlorine dioxide, YouTube to share their how-to videos, and Skype and other social media to spread the word to their millions of followers — adherents who take to all these platforms to profess their devotion.
Chlorine dioxide — a hazardous mix of sodium chlorite and an acid activator such as citric acid — was first promoted as a miracle cure two decades ago by Jim Humble, a former Scientologist and gold prospector.
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It worked so well, Humble says in his book and on his website, that he named himself the archbishop of a new religion devoted to chlorine dioxide, branded it the Miracle Mineral Solution, or MMS for short, and promoted it as a cure for AIDS, cancer, diabetes and virtually every other malady. Humble did not respond to a request for comment. But it was Kerri Rivera, a former Chicago real estate agent, who brought chlorine dioxide to the autism community and became its best-known proponent. Rivera had made contacts in the autism cure world by trying different en vogue regimens like hyperbaric chambers and heavy metal antidotes.
Rivera changed that, laying out the particulars of her chlorine dioxide protocol in her book, which she promoted on her website, in Facebook groups and in YouTube videos. Today, she lives and operates a clinic offering chlorine dioxide regimens in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, and claims to have cured autism in more than children. But it is illegal under both federal and state consumer protection laws to market or sell chlorine dioxide as a cure for human ailments.
Daniel Brooks. Rivera declined to be interviewed by NBC News, but in emails she defended chlorine dioxide and her credentials. Rivera did not respond to requests for more information about these doctors and the institution that granted her degree. In fact, we do.
In the last five years, poison control centers have managed 16, cases nationwide dealing with chlorine dioxide, according to data provided by the American Association of Poison Control Centers. The data showed serious side effects from chlorine dioxide poisoning in 2, cases since Fifty of those cases were considered life-threatening, and eight people died. The cases included a 6-year-old autistic girl hospitalized with liver failure in In , Jose Serrano called the Indianapolis police department to complain for the second time in weeks that his wife was making their 2-year-old daughter drink a chlorine dioxide solution in an attempt to cure her autism.
Serrano, 29, who was separated from his wife at the time, told NBC News that she had been secretly dosing their daughter in the bathroom to hide it from him and the rest of her family, who all disapproved. She learned about the concoction in a Facebook group, according to the police report.