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Amazon Removes From His Online Market Autism Lack Books That Claim Children Can not Be Cured By autism using pseudo-scientific methods such as swallowing and bathing in a potentially toxic bleach form and taking medications for arsenic and lead poisoning known as autism and the fight against autism and victory are no longer available but have refused to answer specific questions about why they have removed them or are part of a larger effort to clean citing a policy not to comment on the individual accounts [1
Online platforms respond to tighter control by legislators and public advocates. health disinformation that is hosted on their websites. Last week, Facebook announced it would "remove" the misinformation about vaccines shared on its platform and reject the ad that spreads "vaccine scams." Pinterest has decided to block all vaccine-related search results and disabled advertised YouTube videos against vaccination last month. In February, Amazon downloaded anti-vaccinational documentaries from Prime Video.
Autism is a developmental disorder that occurs in young children and for which there is no cure. Children with autism spectrum disorder have a wide range of characteristics, from peer interaction difficulties, or the formation of relationships for complete inability to work in school or in the work environment. there were 631 customer reviews and an average rating of 3.5 stars. The book praises the healing power of chlorine dioxide, a form of bleach that supporters call the Miracle Mineral Solution. The author of the book, Carri Rivera, who lives in Mexico, says 191 children have been cured of autism with chemical treatment, the Food and Drug Administration warns that it can cause "severe nausea, vomiting and life-threatening low blood pressure from dehydration. " heals a child with an antidote for mercury poisoning. Treatment stems from the discrediting theory that autism is caused by exposure to mercury in children's vaccines. Chelation therapy can cause serious side effects, including potentially lethal kidney damage, according to the Mayo Clinic. At the time of its elimination, "Fighting Autism and Profit" was sold for $ 25 and had a rating of 4.8 stars and 54 customer reviews.
The removal of books was first shared on Tuesday by anti-vaccine activist Larry Cook in the follow-up bulletin. , Cook's Facebook ads – targeting pregnant women in countries with measles outbreaks – have recently been banned as part of the fight against disinformation of the platform.
Cook attached an image that he says was sent by Amazon, explaining why the company removed the title from
"During our review we found that the subject of your book is in violation of our content guidelines," said the screenshot , published by Cook. "As a result, we can not offer this book for sale."
Cook also earns from his Amazon store, from which he promotes anti-vaccination content and earns a commission from books purchased at his recommendation.
"This title by Kerry Rivera is on Amazon for SIX YEARS, and Today's Amazon has taken it out," Cook continued in his newsletter. "Friends, seriously, load up with books and DVDs right now as long as you can!"  Brandy Zadrozny is an investigative reporter for NBC News