To boost the claimed credibility of Ruggiero they invoke the support of AIDS denialist Peter Duesberg and homeopathy believer Luc Montagnier – in reality, associations which substantially weaken any claim to legitimacy.
WDDTY loves to tell readers to “follow the money”. This article shows that they do not even pay lip service to this when the content fits with their anti-science agenda.
Betteridge’s Law of HeadlinesW states: Any headline which ends in a question mark can be answered by the word No. This is probably the fundamental law of misleading health journalism, most especially the perennially unreliable Daily Mail and of course most of all WDDTY.
The story itself is a classic piece of WDDTY, combining conspiracist claptrap, the self-serving claims of charlatans, anecdotes masquerading as data and presenting GcMAF as the One True Cure™. As Marvin might say: “Oh no, not another one”. Continue reading GcMAF: The superhero for your health problem?