Autism is Avoidable, Treatable, and Curable – The Chlorine Dioxide Protocol Part 2

Kerri Rivera made the following remarks about the Chlorine Dioxide Protocol during her 2019 presentation at AutismOne. She stated: "Autism is avoidable, treatable, and curable. I have seen the faces of the children. I have met them. I have spoken with them and with the mothers, the parents, and the families who got their lives back. They are back – they are totally back from autism – and I want to share that with you. The CD protocol is tried and true. This is the tenth year for this protocol. I appreciate you keeping an open mind for recovering yourself and your children from illness, especially autism. For those of you who want the information about the CD protocol and are ready for it, here it is. I am happy to help you and I wish you all the best in your journey." The protocol brings about healing by killing pathogens, resolving systemic inflammation, and revitalizing damaged immune system functioning. It addresses candida, bacteria, parasites, viruses, and heavy metals. The CD protocol is not just for autism. It also addresses conditions such as Asperger's, PANDAS, PANS, PITAND, ADD and ADHD, and PDD-NOS (Pervasive Developmental Disorder-not otherwise specified) which is often another label for autism. These related conditions can exist side by side with autism, overlap with it, or be separate from it. If 557 people have already lost their autistic diagnosis through the use of the CD protocol, then how many more must be set free from this modern illness before the scientific and medical communities will wake up and recognize the truth that autism can be treated and cured?

Autism can be Cured – How to use the Chlorine Dioxide Protocol to Recover Broken Lives

Kerri Rivera has been researching methods to recover lives of people with autism and related conditions since 2006. She completed DAN based training for the biomedical treatment of autism in 2009 (DAN refers to “Defeat Autism Now”). She has a degree in homeopathy, and has been trained to provide hyperbaric therapy. She is the developer of the chlorine dioxide protocol, which has been used to recover 557 people from autism and related conditions.