Unlicensed medical ‘cures’ are flourishing in closed Facebook groups, where cancer treatments — and even surgery — are sold beyond the reach of the law | Circa October 18, 2019

Tom Porter  Oct 18, 2019, 2:51 AM In a closed Facebook group, British woman Amanda Mary Jewell has for years been selling the chemical GcMAF, claiming it is a cure for cancer and autism. She has provided no medical support for this claim. Jewell also sells expensive, unregulated treatments at her clinic in the tropical nation of …

Unlicensed medical ‘cures’ are flourishing in closed Facebook groups, where cancer treatments — and even surgery — are sold beyond the reach of the law | Circa October 18, 2019

Note From Emma Dalmayne: Mary was me. 😉 . 'In a phone call to the self-described cancer researcher Amanda Jewell, a British woman who calls herself "Mary" describes how she is struggling to cope. "My mother, she has stage three breast cancer. It's spread to her right. It's spread to her lymph nodes and they're giving her …

Facebook cracks down on “quack” medical cures

The woman accused of being a medical ‘quack’, making big money promoting various unsanctioned and largely ineffective medical cures appears to have been run out of Belize, per an investigation by Business Insider. Source: Facebook cracks down on "quack" medical cures