An ex-scientologist called Jim Humble owns a brand called MMS, which sells products that supposedly cures, among others, autism and aids.
In an RTE Primetime special, an uncover film shows this group of professors and salespeople allegedly selling everyday bleach that is meant to be therapeutic and can fix autism and many other ailments.
According to the facts, autism is untreatable to the extent that is not curable.
There’s concern that the product could be causing fat or internal tissue damage. There’s numerous websites selling these products for around $35, and up to $300 to attend seminars.
It’s very heavily marketing, feeding off anti vaccine and anti medical doubt.