The Health Complaints Commissioner has found Dennis Wayne Jensen, of North Warrandyte, contravened the code of conduct in the Health Complaints Act 2016 when he treated a person suffering from cancer with alternative remedies. The Commissioner has issued a prohibition order banning Dennis Wayne Jensen from importing, manufacturing or compounding any substance that he claims can cure or treat cancer, or other serious illness. Mr Jensen is also subject to an earlier prohibition order permanently banning the provision of any general health services. This warning is to advise of the serious risk...
The Victorian Health Complaints Commissioner issues the following Public Health Warning Statement under section 84 of the Health Complaints Act 2016 . The Commissioner completed an investigation on 7 August 2018 and found that Dennis Wayne Jensen, of North Warrandyte, contravened the General Code, as set out in Schedule 2 of the Health Complaints Act 2016, when he treated a person suffering from ovarian cancer with black salve and encouraged that person to stop evidence-based treatment.
On 15 June 2018, the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT) made orders imposing conditions on Sparadise Medical & Cosmetic Clinic (the business name of Sparadise Cosmetic Clinic Pty Ltd ACN 610 658 958) of Highbury Road, Glen Waverley (Sparadise). A copy of the Order is attached.
The Victorian Health Complaints Commissioner issues the following General Health Service Warning Statement under section 87 of the Health Complaints Act 2016. On 7 May 2018 I launched an investigation into Dennis Wayne Jensen of North Warrandyte. This followed a complaint that he had claimed to be able to treat cancer through the application of ‘black salve’. Dennis Wayne Jensen is also alleged to have encouraged the person treated with ‘black salve’,who was suffering from ovarian cancer, to stop all conventional, evidence-based treatment, including surgery.