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Jim Humble and his allies claim that the Food and Drug Administration is lying to you when the FDA says Humble’s sodium chlorite solution is quackery. Although the Red Cross/Red Crescent disputes in the strongest terms Humble’s medical conclusions in this video, Humble says the rush is on to suppress proof of Miracle Mineral Solution’s effectiveness against malaria.

Despite the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s warning that “Miracle Mineral Solution” is potentially lethal and that “consumers who have MMS should stop using it immediately and throw it away,” MMS believers are holding firm. In January, The Washington Post reported on an Arkansas man named Hal Stanley. The report suggested that Stanley’s use of MMS contributed to law enforcement officials taking into custody the Hot Springs man’s seven children.

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