Bleach-Based Autism 'Cure' In FDA Crosshairs After Comments, Recent AERs
FDA says it "recently received new" AERs linked to products as it repeats a warning initially made in 2010 about dangers of products marketed as "Miracle Mineral Solution," "Miracle Mineral Supplement," "MMS," "Chlorine Dioxide (CD) Protocol," "Water Purification Solution (WPS)" and with similar brand names.
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