Investigation over cancer 'cure' GcMAF in health food shop



An undercover investigation by 5 live Investigates has found an unlicensed blood product being sold illegally in the UK to treat cancer.
'GcMAF' is an injectable product made from blood which was offered for sale at a health food shop in Bournemouth.
Cancer Research UK say the evidence for GcMAF is "scientifically extremely dubious".
The BBC has handed a file to the medicines regulator, the MHRA, which is now investigating.
In the UK it is illegal to sell an unlicensed medicine.
No evidence for GcMAF 5 live Investigates received a tip-off that the unlicensed product was available... read more

 
16 October 2016 in Health, Views: 45
Source: BBC
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