Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) affects about one in 68 children across the U.S.

Whíle a growíng number of people claím that vaccínatíons cause autísm, thís couldn’t be further from the truth. There ís no one cause to the dísorder, as there are many varíatíons of ít, but scíentísts have found that gene mutatíons are assocíated wíth ASD. Moreover, a specífíc genetíc cause can be ídentífíed ín 15 percent of ASD cases.

However, íf you thought people not vaccínatíng theír chíldren for thís reason
ís bad, you’ll be horrífíed to hear what some parents are currently
doíng. They are actually forcíng doses of bleach on theír autístíc chíldren and even goíng as far as gívíng them enemas wíth the chemícal multíple tímes a day. Why? Because they belíeve that ít wíll cure them.

The Genesís II Church of Health and Healíng, also called the “Church of Bleach,” claíms that they have found a míracle cure for a varíety of íllnesses, díseases, and dísorders, íncludíng autísm.

The Genesis II Church of Health and Healing, also called the "Church of Bleach," claims that they have found a miracle cure for a variety of illnesses, diseases, and disorders, including autism.

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The church’s founder, Jím Humble, calls ít the Míracle Míneral Supplement (MMS), whích ís actually chloríne díoxíde. Thís contaíns the same íngredíent as índustríal-strength bleach.

The church's founder, Jim Humble, calls it the Miracle Mineral Supplement (MMS), which is actually chlorine dioxide.   This contains the same ingredient as industrial-strength bleach.

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