"well i HAVE passed flukes, i could visually see them in the toilet
and my bloating has gone down since taking the mms and passing a whole load of
i actually did an inpection with some chopsticks.
Thats silly to say just because you havnt had them that they dont exist."
Silly? If you live outside of S E Asia and have passed a Faciolopsis buskii - you will have made medical history if you passed one of those guys. This is what Hulda says is in every cancer in the world! Next time you use the chopsticks, grab it and take it to a lab and prove her right. Her cult will make you a hero. Here's a picture - they are two to three inches long and according to her, in every cancer.
This is what you passed?
Am glad for you that MMS worked. I would still like things like that taken to a lab and have it given a name. I don't doubt that we in the west have parasites - including a fluke among the millions who live here. Where I get perturbed with Ms Clark is when she names a specific fluke (Faciolopsis buskii) which she doesn't even spell correctly, as being the cause of all cancer. This particular fluke is indigenous to S. E. Asia and has a life cycle that requires it to develop outside of a body, beginning with eggs that are passed through fecal material into the surrounding earth where they develop to another stage and are then ingested with the vegitation, generally by animals but humans can get them too. Yet Clark claims that they develop their entire life cycle within the human body - eggs and all. Per science - that is impossible. The University of Iowa used to have an outstanding write up on the entire process along with the absurdity of Clark's claims - until they were pressured by Tim Bolen (of Scientology) to take it down with the threat of a law suit (which Clark/Bolen eventually lost and had to pay defendants legal fees). The university just had no interest in defending themselves from a frivolous law suit.
I bought "The Cure For All Diseases" in 1996. Still have it. I even have a zapper that I bought shortly afterwards when they were available in the United States. It's the biggest health fraud going. Know a woman who in that era went to Clark's clinic in Mexico, was personally diagnosed by Clark as having cancer, was "cured" in three days - for a cost of a little over $12,000. This woman then became one of Clark's most adamant supporters that you will ever imagine - until she came down with cancer for real about a year later and none of what Clark promoted could help her. It is her fraud with cancer that gets to me the most. Having had it (without medical intervention) I know the shock of receiving the information. Those with cancer and their friends and family are most generally in a very vulnerable space and will listen to anything, often without logical investigation. I am a big supporter of a number of alternative cancer therapies, from Gerson, to Dr. Kelly, to MMS, to a lot of other things too, but not to an illogical Asian liver fluke. Clark is very intelligent and how she got off onto things like that I'll never know. The woman I mentioned earlier said that Clark is a very impressive and adorable person. That's the case with most con people.
From my prostate cancer fifteen years ago, according to Clark those flukes should be growing out my ears, but they aren't.
Thanks for your post.