Suspicious Doctor Deaths – Was GcMAF Treatment The Target?

U.S. govt. agents raided Dr Bradstreet's research facility to seize a breakthrough cancer treatment called GcMAF...Three days before he was found dead


Dr Jeffrey Bradstreet, whose body was found floating in a North Carolina river on June 19, had successfully treated over 2,000 autistic children with GcMAF.

He believed that many of these children had been damaged by immunizations…he is also one of a number of doctors who have recently been found dead under suspicious circumstances.

On June 16, three days before his body was found, the FDA obtained a search and seizure order and agents raided his Georgia medical clinic to seize the breakthrough treatment.

Dr. Bradstreet had been working with a little-known molecule that occurs naturally in the human body. The molecule called “GcMAF,”  has the potential to be a universal cancer cure for many people. It has also been shown to reverse autism in the vast majority of patients who receive the treatment.

However, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration have outlawed the treatment, calling it an “unapproved drug.”

Is GcMAF the link that ties the recent spat of suspicious deaths among established ‘alternative’ doctors.

The timing and manner of Dr. Bradstreet’s death seems highly suspicious and more so since several other doctors have recently been found dead in mysterious circumstances. The prominent cancer Dr. Nicholas Gonzalez was one who died unexpectedly of an apparent heart attack recently.

Read more about the clues linking the Doctors who  have been targeted over the past few weeks, HERE

Global research reports:

As the contents of his blog suggest, Dr. Bradstreet has conducted extensive research into the causes of autism. His body was found on June 19 floating in a North Carolina river with a gunshot wound to his chest. Perhaps uncoincidentally, Bradstreet was a strong advocate of GcMAF and had treated over 2,000 autistic children with the substance; 85% exhibited marked improvement under his care.

Dr. Bradstreet’s private practice in Buford, Georgia centered on “treating children with Autism Spectrum Disorder, PPD, and related neurological and developmental disorders.” Bradstreet has also provided expert testimony in federal court for families of the vaccine-injured and was founder and president of the International Child Development Resource Center, which once employed autism expert Dr. Andrew Wakefield as its research director.

Of course, GcMAF is not approved by the Food and Drug Administration as a treatment for any disease. Just three days before Bradstreet’s body was recovered, FDA agents had obtained a court order targeting Bradstreet’s Buford Georgia medical clinic. The document granted the government the right to seize

All Globulin component Macrophage Activating Factor (GcMAF) GC Globulin, and/or any other products or component substances thereof that constitute misbranded drugs under the Federal Food, Drugs and Cosmetic Act.
Even in death Bradsteet and his GcMAF-related work continue to pose a threat to the medical-pharmaceutical-regulatory complex, as evidenced in their flak-generating public relations arms, “Quackwatch” and “Science Based Medicine,” each of which have published vicious broadsides on the deceased physician.

Big pharma, which for decades has exerted vigorous control over the regulatory process while presiding over literally millions of deaths via its products, will stop at nothing to hamper medical scientific progress and protect its bottom line. Perhaps this zealous quest for profits and control now even includes outright murder of alternative practitioners.