Newspaper article: http://www.express.co.uk/news/sunday/588878/Warning-over-cancer-cure-products-that-can-kill

MEDICINE watchdogs have issued a warning about a cancer “cure” product being offered for sale by a controversial couple being investigated by trading standards officials.

Wealthy Doug and Amanda Jewell have come under fire over claims they have been selling “cures” for illnesses, one of which – MMS – health experts say contains the same chemicals as industrial bleach.Last month references on the website to MMS, a so called cancer cure, were removed after their home in Surrey was visited by concerned trading standards officials.

Now we can disclose that medicine experts are concerned about another cancer “cure”, GcMaf, which is still being offered for distribution on the website.

The website says: “GcMaf kills cancer Saisei Mirai GcMaf available, dispatched from Europe Now.”

It adds: “Saisei Mirai GcMaf and 2nd generation high strength is now available and being distributed from Europe Bulgaria! Ship only on Monday and Tuesday’s it is not advertised anywhere so be sure to contact me for (Gcmaf) 1500 ng or 7500ng for practitioners at discounted price.”

Buying medicines online is a risk, many websites operate outside the legal requirements and you have no idea what you are getting

Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency

Desperate people interested in the so called “cure” are urged to contact Ms Jewell through an e mail address.After being told about the offer, officials at the London based Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency closely examined the site.

They later issued this statement to the Sunday Express: “This product is not licensed in the UK.

“Buying medicines online is a risk, many websites operate outside the legal requirements and you have no idea what you are getting and how it will affect you.

“To protect your health, visit your GP, get a correct diagnosis and buy medicines from a legitimate high street or registered pharmacy which can trade online.”

The couple split their time between their £3 million home in Farnham, Surrey, and a hotel in Bulgaria, where she runs a “healing” clinic offering cures for chronic illnesses.

They distribute products from Bulgaria through a website called mother nature and you.

Doug Jewell once ran an organisation called Arc Survival. A keep fit enthusiast, Mr Jewell feared the end of the world was coming and offered places in a bunker in Bulgaria for a financial fee.

Outlining the thinking behind the organisation, his website says ARC members believe in truth, peace and happiness.It goes on: “Life without fear, without worry.

“Unconditional love, the creator of all.

“We do not believe in politics and do not believe in any government organisation who by their very nature have their ranks will with power hungry, greedy people, the system has been created this way.

“Religion as a man made creation, has been created to divide.

“Languages were created by man to dive and confuse.”

“We strive to create our own safe haven. A place to unplug and feel nature when the world outside is upside down.

“A place that can survive and thrive through all disasters that may come as part of a new balance in the future. Perhaps you can unplug and be part of a better future.”

The website has been taken down.

Ms Jewell says she no longer sells MMS. She also claims she is no longer a member of the Genesis II healing church, which is at the centre of global controversy over selling the MMS liquid.

 

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