uSpiked will continue with its demands for appropriate protection of cancer patients against peddlers of fake cures. We stand by the revelation that Photosoft and NGPDT are fraudulent.
Refuse to be victimised again after your cancer diagnosis. We call on you to out predatory profiteers seeking to benefit from your desperation. Help stop the smooth-talking snake-oil salespeople.
This new series will examine the costs and associated burdens of improper clinical and medical practices from ‘snake-oil’ suppliers to surgeons who are too fast and reckless with their scalpels.
In the scramble for the most precious resource – water – ‘some animals are more equal than others’. Municipalities are left unable to plan adequately as some grab more than their authorised shares of services.
A truly deserving winner, Suzanne Venter with Justice Malala: Venter’s story on Esidimeni deaths of the mentally ill patients published by Rapport scooped the 2017 Taco Kuiper Awards.
You don’t dive into the ocean if you cannot swim; trust me I know this for a fact. And unless you are on a death wish, you don’t dive into shark-infested waters period.
TRUTH OR DARE: William Henry Gates III, uSpiked dares you to publicly disown your past and present association with Monsanto and its Roundup. We shall grant you the platform to do so. Alternatively, you can pick a friendly media…
Questions about EPA-Monsanto collusion raised in cancer lawsuits. If public officials can easily collude with big corporations, to whom should the public turn?
How will alternative natural remedies for cancer look like in the future? The fascinating experiences of three cancer patients provide some inkling.
Suppliers of pharmaceutical products are put on notice as Treasury moves to close loopholes in public procurement
TOXIN ON BOARD! Frequent international flyers and aircrew, be very afraid. And if you are pregnant be even more afraid [for yourself and for your unborn child]. This is not a drill. If you have been exposed to the so-called WHO-insecticide,…
One soup kitchen in Khayelitsha, Cape Town, is proving that it doesn’t require much to help the unfortunate