A British former clairvoyant and three Ugandans have been charged with distributing a liquid called Miracle Mineral Solution (MMS) to poor Ugandans, including infants as young as 14 months old, which they claimed cured HIV, malaria and cancer. The liquid used in water treatment and bleaching has no known health benefit and can be extremely dangerous.
British Man Charged With Poisoning Ugandans With 'Miracle Cure'
allAfrica, 31 July 2019
A British former clairvoyant and three Ugandans have been charged with distributing a liquid called Miracle Mineral Solution (MMS) to villagers in poor areas, which they… Read more »
Video screenshot of an infant being given chlorine dioxide, an oxidizing agent used in bleaching.
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