‘Miracle drug almost killed me’

A patient who took a ‘miracle drug’ made from human blood, said to cure cancer, HIV and autism, told its creator that she went into toxic shock and ‘nearly died.’ David Noakes, 65, claimed that 99 per cent of his customers did not suffer from side effects after taking GcMAF, a substance that he manufactured in a secret laboratory in Cambridge. But Southwark Crown Court heard evidence from several customers who suffered severe effects from the illicit drug. Prosecutor Gillian…

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