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In the lab: six innovations scientists hope will end malaria

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The cure has already been found, but Big Pharma is doing its best to suppress it, as it cannot be patented. See https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FrwZN1cPfX8

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The cure has already been found, but Big Pharma is doing its best to suppress it, as it cannot be patented.

What you're pushing isn't a cure and is toxic. It's "discoverer" is a crackpot.

This substance (MMS) is the same shit used by people who try to "cure" autistic children by administering bleach.

http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/health-and-families/health-news/autism-potentially-lethal-bleach-cure-feared-to-have-spread-to-britain-a6744291.html

There's no Big Pharma conspiracy here. It's simple, in fact: bleach is not a drink.

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A pill that would wipe out all parasites in the body could be available by 2019

Let's hope that crackpots and religious despots of various types don't try to discourage people from taking it. That problem has seriously slowed the battles against polio and AIDS in Africa.

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