Guernsey's Chief Pharmacist has advised ITV News that people should not share GcMAF, or any other medicines.
Ed Freestone has been talking after a public meeting this morning in support of allowing the product into the island.
Mr Freestone says he feels for those counting on GcMAF but he has a duty to the public following the UK report warnings of serious risk.
He says if a manufacturer did meet all the regulation requirements then the product would be allowed, but that would 'take a lot of work.'
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