Sylvia had been a crewmate at the start, but Doug said that just six months into the trip, they were "connected. Doug said Sylvia suffered diarrhea, nausea and vomiting -- but those were all symptoms that proponents of MMS say are not uncommon and can be an indication that the treatment is working. When ABC News attempted to ask Grenon about his church, he denied that the church was doing anything wrong, stood by the MMS "miracle cure" claims and accused an ABC News reporter of being an "actor" and "pawn" of the pharmaceutical industry. Eventually a local nurse arrived and gave her a shot of what Doug believed to be adrenaline. Shows Good Morning America. Instead, she met fellow travelers on one of the islands selling something else. We'll notify you here with news about.
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