Self-styled health guru is pushing potentially lethal drugs to desperate parents trying to help their autistic kids.
Clive de Carle, 60, offered to sell Rerum, which is a stronger form of unlicensed product GcMAF, and bleach solution MMS.
He promotes his alternative therapies on his Health Revolution website. But the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency warns GcMAF poses a “serious risk” to health.
It has also issued warnings over MMS, which has been linked to at least one death.
Taylor, 41, has since been investigated by Trading Standards and stopped selling it.
But de Carle, of Marlborough, Wilts, offered to sell it to autism campaigner Emma Dalmayne, 39, to give to her young daughter. And he said: “Whatever you do, don’t give it orally.”
Emma said pushing unregulated products was “child abuse”. And the National Autistic Society warned against “charlatans peddling dubious cures”.
De Carle denies selling unlicensed medicines.
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