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In 1993, Dr. Clark wrote a book with the potential to change many lives, challenging the conventional approach to cancer. Her education and training had included an interesting combination of biophysics, cell physiology, naturopathy, and radio. Added to this was her ten-years-long experience as a research scientist and subsequent work as a nutritional consultant. The result was her first book: Cure for All Cancers.

How did this come about? Out of her background as a scientist and radio technician, she discovered an electronic technique for scanning the human body using the principles of frequency and resonance to find toxins, parasites, and disease organisms.

Dr. Clark’s Educational Background

It took an independent research scientist to find the answers. Hulda Regehr Clark began her studies in biology at the University of Saskatchewan, Canada, where she earned the Bachelor of Arts, Magna Cum Laude, and the Master of Arts, with a High Honors major in biology. After two years of study at McGill University, she attended the University of Minnesota, studying biophysics and cell physiology. She received her Doctorate in 1958. In 1979, she left government-funded research and began private consulting and her own research.

Resonance and the Body Scanner

Everything in the material universe vibrates; its parts in constant motion at a particular rate or frequency. When a tuning fork vibrates, its tone is produced by the frequency of the motions of the tines, and if a nearby object (such as a delicate wine goblet) has the tendency to vibrate at this same frequency, it will. From this, we get the old image of the opera singer causing glass to break. This is called resonance.

Dr. Clark made a body scanner that would locate specific toxins, bacteria, parasites, worms, and other living disease organisms by their frequencies, by the resonance of the scanning machine to those frequencies.

Publishing the First Book

From her experiments with the scanner, Hulda Clark began to collect data about what organisms and toxins were present with various diseases, including cancer, and what could be done to eliminate these from the human body.

The book includes descriptions of the first 100 cases in her clinic, as she applied what she learned to test and then to help people rid their bodies of the indicated parasites and poisonous substances. Being a scientist and humanitarian, not a publicist, she did not withhold the failures – the people who simply stopped treatment or who came once and never came back. Also, she went ahead and published the book right away, not waiting for the results from all cases, so the end of many of these stories are not included in the book.

She wanted to get the information into the hands of the public as soon as possible. In the preface, she says,

This book is intended as a gift to humanity. I make a plea to the public and private sector of the medical community not to suppress this information but to disperse it regardless of embarrassment or liability from the simplicity and newness of the cure, provided only that it meets your standard of truth.

-Hulda Regehr Clark, Ph.D., N.D.

The Book – Cure for All Cancers

Although she tested and treated people, one by one, in her naturopathic clinic, the book was an attempt to reach all the other sufferers of cancer and, indeed, all people everywhere who were interested in eradicating this disease from the face of the earth. Cure for All Cancers included extensive information to enable a cancer patient to better understand, test, treat and prevent cancer.

Some of the advantages of the therapy as presented by this book are:

  • The patient becomes educated and able to act, no longer at the mercy of treatment done for him, but more like the captain of his own ship.
  • Instructions are provided for eliminating toxins and parasites from the body and removing as many as possible from the home environment.
  • The natural defenses of the body are rallied, rather than being burdened with chemicals, radiation, or surgery.
  • The earliest steps of the method are aimed at stopping the growth of a tumor, so that further healing measures can be taken.

Additional Works

Fortunately, Dr. Clark did not stop there. She continued her research, discovered more about the contributing factors to cancer and to other diseases, continued to experiment with ways of mitigating these factors, and published these additional ambitious works, describing her results in a clear, easy-reading style and puts them all in the public domain the benefit of the reader:

Who is This Book For?

Dr. Clark’s methods, as explained in Cure for All Cancers and her subsequent publications, require a proactive, can-do attitude on the part of the individual. These techniques are not practical for those who prefer to have someone else in charge of their body and their recovery. For those qualified and motivated, however, these books can spell the end of a nightmare and the beginning of hope.

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