NBC News reached out to each of the parents behind the posts but did not receive any responses.
Humble, 86, claimed he’d used the chemical compound to heal a case of malaria while on a South American expedition.
Rivera had made contacts in the autism cure world by trying different en vogue regimens like hyperbaric chambers and heavy metal antidotes.
Approximately 2,500 of those cases involved children under 12; it’s not clear how many of those children were autistic.
A London mother to autistic children and autistic herself, Dalmayne has railed against dangerous treatments like chlorine dioxide since 2015.
Rivera also still has a YouTube account and numerous conspiracy channels have featured interviews with her in the last month.
Meanwhile, Eaton and Seigler are watching MeWe, as well as Rivera’s Facebook pages, for signs of new groups targeting parents of autistic kids. »