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I say they don't understand the chemistry because they don't understand the chemistry.  There are many who have disagreed with it in the past who have demonstrated an understanding of chemistry.  They ask different questions, usually based on chemistry.  People trained in science tend to ask questions, not make statements... it's a basic fundamental of learning but esp in science.  I've four subjects left to complete my health science degree, I'm currently preparing for...
  When people keep saying mms just makes you sick and you don't even get a benefit from it, it was compared to chemo and that is a fair comparison based on the MMS beliefs here of sickness vs efficacy.  I brought out the numbers to prove that chemo has a proven low rate of success because a doctor suggested it is a decent method of treatment and didn't believe me when I quoted the actual percentage.  The rest is for you to sort out, because oncology shares my belief that...
I'm not sure what levels are recommended in drinking water.  I know that 1 drop (15mg chlorine dioxide) treats 1 liter of water when you travel.  That is about 4 drops per gallon.  3 drops is an MMS dose, which is apparently in the system an hour or so as the gas is used up fast.  So I would assume from that it is higher than the dose used to treat water.     The patents relied on the fact that at concentrations below 0.001%, ClO2 is isotonic - cannot harm red blood...
  AnnieMac and WK, even if you add in rare cancer, the success rate would have to be quite high for it to push up the overall rate of 2.1%.  Most people, including doctors I've spoken to about this, quote a 5% success rate, and I feel that is being generous as you can see.   Clinical Oncology published those numbers, so they feel it is relevant to know overall chemo success rates.  For many of the cancers, the overall rate is higher than the specific rate (such as...
  MMS, even in much stronger dilutions, will not harm bugs in your garden or the plants themselves if you spray it on them.  Clorox will kill bugs on your plants, and the plants themselves.  That is because there is chlorine in clorox.     I assume that confuses people unfamiliar with chemistry.  But it is a significant thing to grasp if you want to get deep into this.  
Hence why I trusted your brain to read the literature which is rather extensive adn explains WHY it is safe... which is why I linked it.  For evidence of SAFETY, not efficacy.  Don't confuse them.  They need to be dealt with as separate issues, because they are separate issues.  Does it work?  Is it safe?  Two different issues, following?  And I clearly stated I was showing evidence of SAFETY, as everyone keeps calling it poison, which is fine if  that turns them on......
Yes it does.  I  can go and cherry pick a study that doesn't show 100% success rate, too.  But some do show 100% and close to 100%.       Wiki:  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Artemisia_annua#Malaria_treatment     Three days after treatment, 133 (100%) of the evaluable patients in the CGP56697 group and 128 (93%) of the evaluable children in the P/S group were free of parasites.  http://www.drugs.com/npp/sweet-wormwood.html   The isolated chemical from wormwood with another...
Look, the safety of MMS is established for the dose level.  It is less than 10% of a 0.001% concentration.     I know you won't read these links, but, sigh, tperhaps you'd like to read through some patents that have been applied for on uses against AIDS and various other pathogens IN THE BLOOD and the papers establish safety to such body tissue.   Patent # 4944920  Novel Method to Treat Blood: http://www.patentstorm.us/patents/4944920/fulltext.html   Patent...
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I already posted the link.  The overall rate of chemo success is actually less than 3%, if you want to get particular.         http://fiocco59.altervista.org/ALLEGATI/MORGAN.PDF   excerpt: http://healyourselfathomefl.health.officelive.com/HEALTHPROBLEM_CANCER_ChemotherapySuccessRates.aspx    
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