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LIVE – Covid-19: 30,789 French people remain in hospital, 5,893 patients in intensive care

“Wild” curative trials

AFP learned from a judicial source on Saturday that Professor Fortilan, the spokesperson for the controversial documentary “Hold-Up” on the Covid, which has been pursued in an investigation into illegal treatment trials, was imprisoned this Saturday ahead of an upcoming hearing on his arrest.

The 77-year-old pharmacology professor, a figure in the field of vaccine skeptics and opponents, was arrested Thursday at a hotel in Chouds Eggs (Cantal) under an arrest warrant issued by the investigative judge of the Public Health magnate of the Paris court, according to the Aurillac prosecutor who confirmed the information received From La Montagne.

Jean Bernard Fortilan has been charged since March 2020 for conducting tests without permission with patches containing two molecules, called valentinine and 6-methoxy harmalane, in the hope of treating several neurological diseases (Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease, sleep disorders …). The tests were organized by the professor at a Catholic monastery near Poitiers on more than 350 patients that, within the framework of its structure, the Josefa Fund, headed by Henri Joyo, was written off from the Doctors’ Syndicate in 2016. They were charged in this investigation, which was opened after the facts were condemned. In September 2019 by the Agency for Medicines (ANSM).

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