Miracle cure conman faces trial in France

The creator of a bogus ‘miracle drug’ made from human blood, said to cure cancer, HIV and autism is set to lose his multi-million pound fortune before facing extradition to France. David Noakes, 66, made a total of £7.9m by selling GcMAF, which is made from human blood products, through his company Macro Innovations Ltd. Production was halted after the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) raided his secret Cambridgeshire laboratory in January 2015. The former banker and flying…

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