CellMark: CellAssure, Cognify

Posted 18 January 2018

Dr Craige Golding (“The Anti-Aging Doctor!”) [1], Dr Grant Fourie [2] and others are promoting/selling the product CellAssure. Dr Golding’s website states for this product:

CellAssure’s ingredients have been clinically proven to:

• Demonstrate Anti-Cancer / Anti-tumor effects
• Provide needed nutrition for cancer patients without adding sugar
• Improve immune system response
• Maintain or increase appetite
• Increase LBM (lean body mass)
• Reduce stress / anxiety and lower cortisol levels
• Provide relief with nausea/vomiting and diarrhea
• Mitigate anemia and improve my liver function

The USA Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has acted against the manufacturer with a stipulated order for permanent injunction that prohibits the company from making any representation for any dietary supplement, food, or drug of treating, curing, mitigating, or preventing any disease; symptom of cancer; and side effect, condition, or ailment resulting from cancer treatment. Read the rest

Complaint to SAPC and HPCSA against Solal directors

Posted 07 January 2014

A formal complaint was laid on 25 June 2012 against the Solal pharmacists, Brent Murphy and David Arthur, and the Solal medical practitioner, Dr Craige Golding. To date (06 January 2014) no result has been received.

Below follows my complaint. Readers can decide whether the complaint has merit or not.

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Clicks – “Adrenal Fatigue” – ASA ruling

Posted 11 May 2012

Professor F Bonnici (one of South Africa’s best endocrinologists) lodged a consumer complaint against a pamphlet available at the Clicks Pharmacy. The pamphlet contains information about “Adrenal Fatigue”.    Professor Bonnici submitted that the pamphlet misinforms the public about a condition that is not recognised by any health authority in the world. While there are well defined adrenal disorders, “Adrenal Fatigue” is not one of them. He added that he has encountered incidents where people insisted on consulting him in his practice as a specialist endocrinologist, based on the information conveyed in the pamphlet and the resulting self-diagnosis made. While the “treatment” recommended in the advertising is harmless, unrelated to adrenal gland function and ineffective, the fact remains that the information conveyed is untrue and potentially harmful.

Clicks submitted that it has removed all pamphlets related to this subject matter from its clinics, “without any admission of Read the rest

Anti-aging qualifications

solaladvisoryDr Craige Golding is a medical director of Solal Technologies “Anti-Aging Specialists”. His face appears on adverts in order to promote the company, and his qualifications are used to enhance his credibility. On the image on the left, Dr Craige Golding is described as: Specialist Physician & Anti Aging Physician. MBChB (Cum Laude) Pretoria; FCP(SA) ABAARM -Board Certified Anti-aging Physician – American Board of Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine FAARM: Fellowship in Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine.


From the Solal website, it states: “Dr Craige Golding, a specialist physician in anti-aging medicine and medical director of Solal. . . “Anti-aging medicine is really about the prevention, early detection and reversal of the chronic diseases that become more common with age ” . . . .  ” It truly is the medicine of the new millennium”.

Are “anti-aging qualifications recognised clinical speciality?

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