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GCMAF Awareness Day - 11th September

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rrg1 Fri 16-Aug-19 09:39:33

GcMAF is the best treatment yet found for tumour cancers and 50 other diseases. It is a human protein, a human right, the king of immuno therapies and has no side effects.

This case has been ongoing for years and it is regarding Lyn Thyer and David Noakes who both helped to invent and bring about the cancer treatment GcMAF, which was discovered around 24 years ago.

David's company, Immuno Biotech has supplied over 10,000 people around the world, including 350 doctors and clinics, and written 32 scientific research papers, peer reviewed and published in the world’s top scientific journals. In total, 200 scientists from eight nations have written 120 GcMAF scientific research papers. They have been closed and are now being persecuted.

Under the 1939 Cancer Act it is illegal in the UK to advertise any cancer treatment which is not approved by the state. It is also illegal to offer any claimed cancer treatment, prescribe any claimed cancer treatment or offer any non-state sanctioned cancer treatment advice.

In 2016 the UK parliament passed the Access to Medical Treatments (Innovation) Act. It states:

“The purpose of this Act is to promote access to innovative medical treatments (including treatments consisting in the off-label use of medicines or the use of unlicensed medicines).”

Therefore alternative treatments should be made available, however the exact opposite is happening and biomedical research scientist, Lyn Thyer has been extradited to France over trumped up charges, despite Lyn having been found entirely innocent of all related charges in the UK and even the MHRA admitted she was guilty of nothing.

What did she do?

Helped people with cancer, up to and including stage 4, with a new treatment.

Please do YOUR own research and checkout the scientific research papers held by the US National Library of Medicine. Search GCMAF PubMed.

There is a gathering planned in London on 11th September at the Houses of Parliament, to raise awareness.

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