One point in the topic is that as oxidizers,
on the Redox scale (a voltage measurement of electron switching ability).
AG+, the silver ion, rates at .8,
Chlorine Dioxide (MMS) is measured to be a 1,
H2O2 (Hydrogen Peroxide, the bodies main oxidizer) is rated at 1.8.
These measures are related to quantitative Antibiotic ability, not of specific or diverse pathogens killing abilities.
Since Miracle-Mineral-Supplement is often termed a moderate agent and C Silver even less, the difference in oxidation side effects, created by either for comparison, would need to consider equating the amounts used accurately, in relation to their respective abilities on the Redox logarithmic scale, and by CLO2 molecules to AG+ elements, volumes. (I think, average to high doses of Miracle-Mineral-Supplement are far higher than the same for C Silver.)
One thing that strikes me is that while AG+(Ionic Silver) is taken up quickly by free traveling receptor structures and transported as a cargo, the activated Miracle-Mineral-Supplement , Chlorine Dioxide(CLO2), will stay solo and tho it too will be transported by like pressures, since it is more of a solo traveler, that that may play a role in why it is often so effective, when other similar therapies haven't been, and also why it so often associated with free radical build up side effects.
Along with this difference it may also be w regards to the common AG+ transporting structure being a sulfur, which is also an antioxidant and would contribute to why AG+ is often found to be exacting when CLO2 hasn't been, and why (not considering amounts of the lesser rated, and lesser of a volume, AG+ used) is reported to have little active side effects, due to the sulfur proximity of AG+'s anti- pathogen action, aiding in the scavenging cleanup.
(MMS is an interestingly different molecule in the human oxidizer world).
"The molecule ClO2 (Chlorine Dioxide, activated MMS) has an odd number of valence electrons, and therefore, it is a paramagnetic radical."
"Chlorine dioxide is a neutral chlorine compound. It is very different from elementary chlorine, both in its chemical structure and in its behavior. One of the most important qualities of chlorine dioxide is its high water solubility, especially in cold water. Chlorine dioxide does not hydrolyze when it enters water; it remains a dissolved gas in solution. Chlorine dioxide is approximately 10 times more soluble in water than chlorine."
Since our natural system use of H2O2 (Hydrogen-Peroxid) is isolated, inside of the leukocyte, which is then processed by the liver still encapsulated, we are usually (if our system is functioning well) freed from the waste build up created by that natural systems processing.