I bought "The Cure For All Diseases" when it first came out in
1995. I'd had prostate cancer (lab verified, scheduled for surgery then
cancelled) and was looking for a cure. (Eventually ate raw garlic by the
hand full and my last PSA was .7.) I'm not very bright but bright enough
to recognize that she had bigger problems than I did. Had personally used
the "gallbladder flush" identical to Clark's well before she published
anything about it.
You two are trash talking each other a lot and while I see points on both
sides would rather see less trash. Bottom line regarding Clark and her
Zapper - she died of cancer. Why couldn't she cure herself? Didn't
she have the "right" frequency? I think that its all the proof
anyone needs that her zapper is as big a fake as she was.
Notorious cancer quack, Hulda Clark, died recently. However, it was not made
public at the time that Clark, who claimed to have the cure for all cancers (and
later the cure for all disease) died of cancer.
Her death certificate, which is now public, shows a contributing
factors in her death to be multiple myeloma – a form of blood cancer. The
immediate cause was listed as anemia, with hypercalcemia – both can be
caused by multiple myeloma.
Clark was personally responsible for much human suffering and misery, and she
lured in countless victims with her quackery and her false claims for a cure of
cancer. She, of course, also tried to scare patients away from standard therapy
for cancer. Of course, she herself had to die eventually of something, and
cancer is the second leading cause of death, so it is not much of a coincidence
that she died of cancer.
I doubt this fact will put much of a dent in the cancer quackery industry –
an industry that does not trade much on evidence and reason to begin with, but
rather fear, distrust, desperation, and false hope.