If MainStream Doesn’t Hate It… Can It Be Any Good? What is MMS?

Could MMS help with autism; because, it helps remove heavy metals from the body and counteracts inflammation?

However and why it helps, it is dirt cheap and you’re about to learn from the mother of one of the children it has helped.

The same Straight Talk team that created the previous documentary created this documentary on how MMS might be applied to autism.

Please note this video was created in 2012 and quoted a study from 2007 which reported 1 in 88 children were autistic. That’s out of date.

According to a new report that has generated significant debate in mainstream media and all over the Internet, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimate that 1 in 50 children between the ages of 6 and 17 has been diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD).[1] 

This represents a 72% increase in the diagnosis since 2007, when a similar report claimed a rate of 1 in 88 children.[2]

MMS… The more MMS succeeds, the more this 5¢ cure is hated and attacked. Now explore this family’s story.


On this second show, Daniel Bender talks with Kerri Rivera, a mother whose son was diagnosed with Autism back in 2004.


She didn’t accept the official viewpoint that autism is incurable and didn’t give up until she found something that made a significant difference–MMS and the pathogen protocol–which she and others have refined over the years.


Although her son hasn’t fully recovered, he is substantially better than he was.


(Kerri Rivera) …has gone to great efforts to share what she has learned, and as of December 2012, 70 children have now recovered from their autism diagnosis.


Rivera frequently lectures around the world and is very articulate on the subject. Her website is at

Straight Talk on MMS #2 – Autism: Kerri Rivera

We’re taking you on our journey as we explore and discover new material ourselves. This next series provides more information and more success stories. How many more?…

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