GcMaf was making a million a month
THE company producing GcMaf was making a million pounds a month from sales to 9,000 clients around the world, its chief executive has said.
David Noakes, pictured, was responding to accusations from a former PA that the business was unethical and had already had a production site closed down.
Ann O'Connor also said that Mr Noakes told her that sometimes it was his own blood used in GcMaf's manufacture.
Miss O'Connor, 60, worked as Mr Noakes' personal assistant for six months from 22 May 2012 to November that year.
Her claims have been strongly denied by the Immuno Biotech chief executive, who labelled them 'wild, stupid and insulting'.
The former PA contacted the Guernsey Press after the UK medicines regulator began an investigation as she wanted to 'let people know' the way the 'wonder cure' business was run and how the product was manufactured.
It was not the product she had a problem with, she said, it was the ethics behind it she did not like. 'He said the GcMaf was extracted from him – his blood,' she said.
Asked to comment about the blood claims, Mr Noakes said he 'wanted nothing to do with it whatsoever'. 'I don't want to deny that because it's such a wild and stupid claim. I'm not prepared to deny it because it is so insulting.'