‘Wonder drug smuggling? I was trying to save my wife’


A pensioner caught smuggling £250,000 worth of an unlicenced ‘wonder drug’ claimed he was trying to save the life of his cancer-stricken wife. Brian Hall, 67, was allegedly caught with nearly 600 vials of GcMAF as he was attempting to board a ferry to Cherbourg in northern France. The drug has been hailed as a cure for cancer, HIV, autism and multiple sclerosis but it is unlicenced and illegal. Hall had obtained the drug from a secret laboratory in Cambridge…

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