Amanda Mary Jewell, who promotes the GcMAF as a cure for cancer and autism, got around a ban from October 2019 by using a pseudonym.
- Amanda Mary Jewell, a British woman operating from Ecuador, reappeared on Facebook a few months after being banned.
- Jewell was promoting the unlicensed drug GcMAF, claiming without evidence that it can cure conditions like cancer and autism.
- Facebook previously removed her after an investigation by Business Insider, but she came back under an alias and founded a new group which grew to almost 1,500 members.
- Business Insider established that her alias — MaryJayne Watts — and Jewell are in fact that same person, though Jewell later denied knowing about Watts.
- In a July email exchange Jewell, as Watts, recommended that a woman spend more than $12,000 on GcMAF to help with severe lung cancer.
- When Facebook was alerted again to her activities, Watts’s page and the group were deleted.
- In a message to Business Insider, Jewell denied selling GcMAF, or breaking the law in any capacity. […]
Source: GcMAF advocate Amanda Jewell returned to Facebook despite ban – Business Insider