The site does have many issues, but that particular paper is pretty good.
Actual studies are taking place. There are no miracles, but there are some interesting developments.
I have had discussions with many medical professionals. They seem to gravitate to two extremes. In one camp we have those that say oxidation beyond the normal bodily processes does more damage than good. In the other camp are those that have an understanding of hyperbaric oxygen, ozone, and hydrogen peroxide uses. They view chlorine dioxide as another oxidizer and the discussion turns from oxidation as a method of treatment to delivery and safety. By the way, these are huge obstacles.
protocol is flawed and it uses dangerous concentrations of the chemicals, but chlorous acid has a lot more benefits than rubbing a raw potato over your face. I agree, let's throw Jim Humble and his church out, but I am not ready to throw the baby out with the bath water.
I think that Jim Humble lost what little credibility he had when he admitted that Miracle-Mineral-Supplement
doesn't always work and in those cases you need to chlorinate your colon with Miracle-Mineral-Supplement
2. When I talk to medical professionals about ingesting calcium hypochlorite, I can find no support at all.
Is it possible that sodium chlorite solutions can aid in healing? I think Dr. Hesselink's most recent paper outlines a possible course of study that may answer that question. Since he is currently actively involved with clinical trials it will be interesting to see if anything comes of this.
Jim Humble still doesn't understand how these chemicals work, and he is not capable of conducting a clinical trial. His elevation to the position of Bishop may be the best use of his "talents..."