A cure for the ‘C’ word

If you have been following the recent posts on YouTube, you will have realized, to coin a phrase, that there is ‘something rotten in the state of medicine’.

David Noakes and Lyn Thyer have been hounded by the Medicines & Healthcare Regulatory Agency [MHRA] for making people better without permission. Not much has changed, has it? I seem to recall there was something similar going on in Palestine when ‘gentle Jesus, meek and mild’ went around making people better on Saturdays [Matt 12:10].

Do have a listen to the three-part presentation by David Noakes at AV10 (Alternative View Tenth Conference) after he had been released from Wandsworth Prison on a ‘tag’.

It seems that, even though the whole weight of scientific evidence stands behind the excellent work done by David Noakes and Lyn Thyer, it all counts for nothing when the Tory government is in cahoots with ‘Big Pharma’.

The man ought to be receiving a knighthood, but he is now classed as a criminal for working to develop a cure for a great many cancer conditions. Did you know that it is not allowed to use the word ‘cure’ in relation to cancer – it has to be a ‘treatment’ and, for that, we have the Cancer Act 1939 to thank.

Please also see the website relating to GC-MAF, this naturally occurring genome substance which could revolutionize our approach to these diseases, were it not for those greedy s**s determined to put financial profit before human welfare –

How GcMAF works

and do please SHARE this information as widely as you can. I am sure all of us know someone whose life could have been changed and saved by  GC-MAF .

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