My office manager had the misfotune of being bitten by her dog on the top of her hand. As it was her dog, she did not report the incident to any of the authorities. Two days later she had a significant infection. The top of her hand was quite red in color and very swollen.
She visited her physician and received a course of antibiotics, that was to last for 10 days. I had mentioned to my office manager that I had a supply of MMS and that it would work to cure her infection should the antibiotics fail.
On day 9 of her course of treatment on antibiotics, it was obvious that the antibiotics had minimal impact. While the infection had not increased in size, it had not decreased either. Her hand was painful to move, and she had difficulty working with the pain in her hand.
On the last day of her antibiotic treatment protocol, she asked for my help. I taught her how to use MMS, and gave her a set of bottles for her use.
The next day she returned to work with most of the infection gone, no pain, her scab from the bite had sloughed off, and she could use all of her fingers easily.
She continued the use of MMS over the weekend, and on the next Monday, there was no sign of infection, no redness, no swelling, and she was cured.
This showed to all of my office staff the effectivemess of MMS, and they all became believers. I then taught all of my other employees how to use it for the various problems that they had with family members.
All in all, a very satisfying ending to a problem that antibiotics could not solve.