The Manresa Prosecutor's Office is investigating whether the nun and doctor Teresa Forcades has prescribed medications prohibited by the Spanish Agency for Medicines and Health Products for human use, sources from the Prosecutor's Office have explained to Europa Press. According to her has advanced 'The country', specifically the prosecutor is investigating whether he committed an alleged crime against public health by prescribing false remedies to patients with cancer and other diseases.
The Prosecutor's Office opened the investigation after receiving a complaint from the Col legi de Metges de Barcelona (Comb), and has asked the Mossos to investigate it. In a statement, the College of Physicians has specified that it is allegedly a sodium chlorite (known as MMS) and that “the indication of these products would have been made in the care of patients with serious illnesses, who would also have been presumably incited to withdraw” from valid medical treatments.
The Comb has added that it notified the Prosecutor's Office at the end of January and that they had already warned Forcades that as a doctor "she could not indicate, recommend or disclose theories or treatments (products or procedures) prohibited for human use or without scientific evidence."
Forcades has denied to EFE that she has never prescribed unauthorized substances and has assured that she is unaware that the Prosecutor's Office is investigating her for this reason after a complaint filed by the Barcelona College of Physicians.
In statements to EFE, the nun has acknowledged that the College of Physicians opened a file on her in 2018 for defending the use of sodium chlorite as a possible medicine for various diseases and threatened to take her to the Prosecutor's Office, although she has not received any since then. communication of it.