100 Year old WHO medicine Suramin can reverse Autism

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This is essential medicine and they keep it from people, not only now but back in autism with our discovery. There was an old antiviral drug, a hundred-year-old drug, called Suramin, on the WHO [World Health Organization] listed essential medicine. It literally gave kids with autism a voice, a life. What did Bayer and Monsanto do? They took it away from everybody. You couldn’t get it to save your life right now.

It’s 100- year old essential medicine WHO essential medicine for African Sleeping Sickness. You can inoculate the tiniest amount of Suramin and reverse autism.

Dr.Judy Mikovits Ph.D

Consult with your doctor if Suramin is right for your child.  Suramin is available here.

Customer Testimonial:

“I would like to let you know that my son responded well to the Suramin. He has a really bad case of autism. 3 weeks after Suramin, he stopped screaming and his aggression almost disappeared. I’m a single mom of 2 and was so desperate with him.

Here where we live, we don’t have any help for kids with autism, so I’m so happy that something finally works. I tried almost everything on earth to help him.

His case is really difficult, he is at the bottom of the spectrum. So I wasn’t expecting to see much improvement from the first session. But in terms of behavior, there was a dramatic improvement. His aggression is almost gone and he is not screaming anymore. Before the treatment, screaming became so unbearable that all neighbors were complaining and I was losing my mind on what to do with the situation. Now he is a calm, mostly happy much more manageable boy. He is 11 years old.”

Sarah.S

Research Articles of Interest

Autism Made in the USA | Documentary

Using Suramin for Autism treatment

Low-dose suramin in autism spectrum disorder

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