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FDA warns against drinking so called, “Miracle” products

TUCSON – The Food and Drug Administration is urging people not to drink a solution often promoted online as a remedy for autism, HIV, cancer and other conditions.

The products, Miracle and Master Mineral Solution, MMS and Chlorine Dioxide Protocol, are not approved by the FDA.

The FDA says ingesting the solution, when mixed, is the same as drinking bleach and it can have potentially life-threatening side effects.

For more on this warning, visit fda.gov

John Overall

John Overall

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