Confessions of a Quackbuster

This blog deals with healthcare consumer protection, and is therefore about quackery, healthfraud, chiropractic, and other forms of so-Called "Alternative" Medicine (sCAM).

Friday, May 13, 2005

Rath articles

1.
TAC vs. Rath matter postponed

THE Treatment Action Campaign (TAC) application for an urgent interdict against vitamin entrepreneur Matthias Rath has been postponed to May 26. Read more...
Posted to the web on: 13/05/2005

2.
Demonstrations interfere with TAC Rath inderdict

AN application by the Treatment Action Campaign (TAC) for an urgent interdict against vitamin entrepreneur Matthias Rath got under way in the Cape High Court on Friday morning. Read more...
Posted to the web on: 13/05/2005

3.
Vitamin guru to face wrath of TAC in court

CAPE TOWN — The politics of HIV/AIDS treatment take centre stage at the Cape High Court today, when the Treatment Action Campaign (TAC) argues to stop vitamin salesman Matthias Rath claiming it is a front for the pharmaceutical industry. Read more...
Posted to the web on: 13/05/2005

4.
Rath vitamin ads ’misinterpret’ Harvard findings on AIDS drugs

CAPE TOWN — Scientists from the Harvard School of Public Health in the US have condemned businessman Matthias Rath for “deliberately misinterpreting” their research on the benefits that vitamin therapy can offer people infected... Read more...
Posted to the web on: 11/05/2005

5.
Rath: the facts

The Democratic Alliance retracts the statement in the letter, Bad medicine (April 18), that Matthias Rath is facing criminal charges in Germany. We deeply regret any impugning of his integrity and professional reputation. Read more...
Posted to the web on: 06/05/2005

6.
Bad medicine

Matthias Rath has achieved a product salesman’s dream — public endorsement of his merchandise by the health minister. But at what cost to SA is the minister allowing herself to be turned into a merchant of Rath’s concoctions? Read more...
Posted to the web on: 19/04/2005

7.
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The increasingly loud voice of AIDS dissident Matthias Rath in the media is worrying. It is incumbent on everyone who is in a position to do so to vigorously counter his propaganda, and this includes the health department and our media. Read more...
Posted to the web on: 08/03/2005

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