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Hulda Clark died of cancer?!

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I’m sorry if I seem a tad triumphant, I don’t mean to, honestly. But I just could not let this go. Unbelievable as it sounds, apparently überquack Hulda Clark died of cancer, multiple myeloma to be precise. Now how in the world can this have come about?

See also Respectful Insolence.

41 responses to “Hulda Clark died of cancer?!

  1. WeWee October 25, 2009 at 10:54 am

    I think it was not a multiple melanoma (a skin cancer) but a multiple myeloma (a plasma cells neoplasia). Anemia and hypercalcemia are simptoms of this disease.
    In any case it is sad, especially for those who have “cured” his cancer with the insane ideas of this person.

  2. beatis October 25, 2009 at 11:21 am

    Thanks! It’s been corrected.

  3. Kim November 11, 2009 at 4:08 pm

    The lady was in her 80s, she had a long life. I would be highly skeptical of anything written on a death certificate issued by the US government, the same government that hounded her and tried to tarnish her name and her work while she was alive to the extent of taking her to court. Their efforts then failed as they simply had no evidence against her that could hold up in court. She on the other hand was able to produce the evidence and witnesses to support her case. She won. Now in death, what better way to drag her name and her research through the mud?

    I am glad my mother followed and was cured of aggressive lymphoma by following her 28 day protocol. My mum joined a cancer support group of between 10 and 20 people. She was the only one who chose not to go through chemotherapy, she was the only one to use Hulda Clark’s methods. She is the only one alive out of the entire group.

    Say what you will, feel triumphant in your own small world, but of the three of us writing on this page, one of us will get cancer, another likely as well. Those are the statistics.

    If it’s me, I know what I’ll do. If it’s you, good luck with the killer chemo.

  4. beatis November 11, 2009 at 4:26 pm

    Perhaps you could give us some particulars about your mother’s lymphoma. I find it very doubtful that someone would be cured of agressive lymphoma in just 28 days with only alternative treatment. Frankly, I just don’t believe it.

    And as for Hulda Clark, she lived a long life and caused a lot of misery. Perhaps she meant well, but nonetheless she was one of the biggest quacks ever and she did a lot of harm.

  5. StevenP January 5, 2010 at 7:55 pm

    What a horrible thing to say: “I feel triumphant!” over anyone’s death. Hulda Clark, unlike the majority of the medical community today, actually sincerely wanted to help people cure themselves, not just mask symptoms with dangerous medications. Half of my family has suffered through many many years of horrifying medical treatments and “practices.” I use the word “practices” confidently because that’s exactly what they are doing, PRACTICING on all of us. They cut my diabetic Uncle to pieces (literally), until he died in agony, completely cut my mother’s thyroid out, then basically told her she was psychologically unbalanced because she began developing devastating physical problems in the months following the surgery. Let’s get real! We all need to take care of the roots of our problems and stop medicating the symptoms away!

  6. beatis January 5, 2010 at 8:01 pm

    1. It doesn’t say that in the post.
    2. She caused many people a lot of harm, never cured anyone and made a lot of money at the cost of vulnerable people.
    3. That a conventional doctor makes a mess of things does not exonerate Hulda Clark of her quackery.

  7. Cheryl February 5, 2010 at 7:03 pm

    I am very fasinated by Dr Clarks writings. They make sense to me, she doesn’t lose me like so many MD’s do.

    Just listen to the commercials for perscription drugs. Oh! You have a stuffy nose from alergies take this drug, and your stuffy nose will to away! But now you might get a sore throat and a bloody nose, constipation and dry mouth. LOL, I’ll live with the stuffy nose!

    Miss diagnosed, wrongly medicated and told you are not going to die, but you will have to take meds for the rest of your life and go back to the dr every 3 months to see if your liver is failing from the meds which are going to keep you pain free.

    Because of fear of a MD, I haven’t been to one in 15 years.

    I’m going to try Dr Clarks remedies, and pray to my GOD. I will let you know how it goes.

  8. beatis February 5, 2010 at 7:07 pm

    Commercials for prescription drugs are not allowed in Europe.

    That something makes sense doesn’t mean it’s true.

    I do hope you will do well, though I hope it is not for cancer that you want to try Hulda Clarks remedies. In that case, you had really better see a mainstream MD!

  9. Jana March 5, 2010 at 4:41 am

    I used Dr Clark’s 28-day Parasite Protocol after first cleaning up a bit, dietary changes, installing whole house water filters, completing a Colon Cleanse, taking ProBiotics, and so on, and her Program worked for my Stage 1 Breast Cancer.

    It only works IF you follow the rules. I felt so much better after only one week on the Parasite Cleanse. The hardest part for me was not being able to have sugar & sweets. The 1st few days on the Cleanse I was very tired from the die-off effects, but at least I didn’t have to have radiation. The breast Thermography came back clean. I will not have Mammograms. Thermography is safer and more accurate.

    Everyone I know that had radiation and/or toxic chemo treatments all said they are not the same, except for the one person that has since died. They all said they wish they didn’t poison their bodies and followed her Program as I did. But it’s too late. I know I have to repeat the entire Program every year, but it’s still easier and safer than taking poisons .. that don’t work.

  10. Maria March 5, 2010 at 7:30 am

    3 years ago I felt a lump in my breast. First I waited for it to go away, while starting a healthy lifestyle with lots of vitamins. Then it got bigger and I had a mammogram. There was a lump and micro calcifications so the doctor said I needed a biopsy for he had strong suspicion of cancer. As biopsies cause breast cancer to spread I refused.

    I did Hulda Clark treatments and budwig protocol and mostly raw foods and lots of juicing and also vitamin B17 (laetrile).

    I felt very good but my lump grew bigger. Then I started to have pains in my back and my ribs etc, grew worse all the time and I couldn’t sleep for I couldn’t turn around in bed because if pain. My husband was desperate and 6 months ago said to have myself checked or he would kill himself. Turns out cancer is bigger and I have extensive mets in bones. They gave me chemo which was not so bad, I wasn’t even nauseaus and zometa and radiation on my back and ribs which hurt and now I feel well again and losts of mets have disappeared and others much smaller.

    I cannot be cured but I may still live a number of years if they succeed in stalling the growth of the mets.

    Doing alternative medicine has done me no good at all, it cost al lot of money and allowed the cancer to grow like crazy. People at Clark’s clinic told me I have mets because of first mammogram.

    Jana if you really have cancer you are a f idiot, see a doctor and get treatment otherwise you are a dead woman.

  11. beatis March 5, 2010 at 8:33 am


    I’m very sorry about your situation and I do hope you’ll have a lot of good years ahead of you with the help of your doctors.

    Thanks for posting here.

  12. evenarsenicisnatural March 6, 2010 at 3:01 am

    How much worthless garbage has Jana babbled on about here?

    Hulda Clark Parasite Formulas – check
    (wallet cleaning is all it does)

    Colon cleansing – check
    (eat more fiber, duh)

    Taking ProBiotics – check
    (eat some yogurt, cheaper and tastier)

    Following a wackaloon’s diet protocol – check
    (throwing your body into malnutrition mode, ooooh good times)

    tired from “die-off effects” – check
    (see malnutition above)

    “Thermography is safer and more accurate.” – check
    (::facepalm:: quackaloony garbage)

    Were there ever any actual dignostics done??

    “I know I have to repeat the entire Program every year, but it’s still easier and safer than taking poisons .. that don’t work.” – Guess what, sweetheart – you wasted your time and money on a huge load of bull.

    Oh wait – you’re just another rube shilling this crap.

    Please see a real physician to get a proper diagnostics and effective treatment recommendations.

  13. Maria March 6, 2010 at 11:12 am

    Jana, what is the matter with you, spreading nonense like this??

    People like you have cost me my life, I will die of this cancer because I thought I could be cured with alternative treatments. I was scared shitless of the surgery and chemo when I heard I had cancer and then I read you could be cured another way so I thought I’d go for it and now I’m going to die.

    Thanks very much for your filthy lies, people like you should have a gagging order but sadly we have free speech which is abused by the likes of you to spread your sick and dangerous lies.

    You disgust me and I hope God will punish you, if not in this life than later.

  14. beatis March 6, 2010 at 11:22 am


    Could you tell us some more about your initial diagnosis and how it was done?


  15. Charlotte October 6, 2010 at 4:04 pm

    I cannot beleive some of the people on here.
    1. Hulda Clark never marketed any of the products involved in any of her cures.
    2.You can down load for free any of her writing as she has no copyright. She was far from linning her pockets.
    3. And i think you will find, she did not dispute that some people will require mainstream medical help.
    4. She offered a real alternative to many people. People who in alot of cases have been told by mainstream doctors that there was nothing else they could do.
    There are many paths in this life, but just because the one i walk doesn’t suit you doesn’t mean it’s wrong!

  16. Charlotte October 6, 2010 at 4:18 pm

    Maria, if you truely have faith in god. I cannot beleive you could cuse anyone like this. I truely feel for your situation. I am in the same boat, but you had a choice. Do you think that if you had tried the cemo route and that had failed ,you’d now be wishing you’d tried the alternative? I know i would!
    I lost my best friend to cancer 4yrs ago, she tried the chemo. Before she had chemo she was given 2/3yrs she had chemo and was dead in 3months. So i made the choice not to. I’m not angry i’ve had alot longer then her, and i was told i’d have 3/6 months to live, i’m still here 2yrs on.

  17. wilmamazone October 6, 2010 at 4:35 pm

    You also believe the tales from Mother Goose?

  18. beatis October 6, 2010 at 5:42 pm

    I have no idea what motivated Hulda Clark. What I do know is that she was a danger to cancer patients and that she caused them a lot of misery with her useless “treatments”. Her ideas on the cause and cure of cancer are completely unfounded. Some people would even call them ludicrous.

  19. Larey December 7, 2010 at 1:59 am

    I have the book, I’ve done the parasite cleanse, I’ve used the zapper, I’ve reduced my intake of suger. My health has improved immensly! It feels weird reading all these negative comments from people who have no experience using this treatment when I know for a fact that it’s helped me. It’s a shame really as most people reading all these comments are going to sway with the naysayers and lose out on some very valuable treatment – which will improve their quality of life immeasurably.

  20. wilmamazone December 7, 2010 at 10:52 am

    Right!!! You also believe the tales from Mother Goose!

  21. JennyJo December 7, 2010 at 11:41 am

    My bet is this did the trick:

    I’ve reduced my intake of suger

  22. wilmamazone December 7, 2010 at 12:40 pm

    My bet is this did the trick

    Yeah! Larey reduced the intake of sugar and supplementary
    increased the intake of fantasy.

  23. Ikaruga December 7, 2010 at 6:04 pm

    I too, used the Zapper ™, the good old days, brings memories back…

    -I’ve reduced my intake of suger.

    This is a good move, just be sure your sugar isn’t too low.

    Also, this is pretty good for your health too:

    If possible, engage in the activity known as dancing.

  24. F December 14, 2010 at 8:15 am

    Hulda Clark issues a disclaimer saying that her food recommendations may not be appropriate for everyone. Some people thrive better on a vegetarian diet, some on a meat diet. See Rudolph Wiley’s Biobalance for this information and eat what is appropriate for you. Dr. Clark might have been better off having met and working directly with such a pioneer as Dr Wiley.

  25. Pinkypip May 21, 2011 at 10:09 pm

    I know my post is much later than the rest on here. I have never met Hulda Clark and this is all new to me. I have only been using Hulda Clarks method for a month now. All I can say is thank God for her! Her resaerch and her findings have helped me when nothing else could. I had been sick for a long time…almost 2 years. My main Doctor told me I had Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, then IBS and Fibromyalgia. I was so tired all the time and I was one to stay in shape. I had even taught aerobics classes for years. The constant fatigue was aweful, but I developed a brain fog that was terrible. I had headaches, stomach upset and random bloating, mixed with occasional nausea and several other symptoms that came and went. I generally did not feel well and could be very aggrivated by the constant tiredness and overall feeling that something was really wrong. I didn’t know what to do and was so over all the doctors not being able to help me. I started searching my symptoms on the web and ran into this idea of parasites. I was grossed out by the prospect, but I decided to buy the cloves and the whole kit from Hulda Clark. The first week it was unbelievable!! I have never seen anything like it. The parasites were coming out of my body by the hundreds…all day long! I ordered a colon cleanse from another site, to go with the parasite cleanse. It aided in the ellimination. It is now one month later and I am still seeing very small signs of the parasites, but far less and ALL THE SYMPTOMS I HAD ARE EITHER GONE OF NEARLY GONE!! I am a believer in this woman’s healing and my doctor, who took money for treating me, for almost 2 years, was even somewhat rude when I took her several samples of the flukes and worms that came out of me, in a sealed continer, for her to see! She said it was pretty strange and she seemed uncomfortable with what she called my very odd “situation.” She tried to get me to take some medication that she had to go get her medical book to look up…then prescribe to me. When I read about the side effects, I decided to stick with the ones Hilda is recommending. I am feeling so much better and expect a full recovery, as I will stick to the protocal. I’m not saying all her remedies work. I only know she has helped me when no one else could and she is not even alive for me to thank her. So, unless you have first hand experience regarding her techniques, don’t judge. In conclusion, I have to ask…which doctor was taking my money and not offering me any results?!

  26. wilmamazone May 23, 2011 at 5:45 pm
    Fashionably toxic

    It’s the toxins.
    Toujours les toxines.

    How many times have I read or heard from believers in “alternative” medicine that some disease or other is caused by “toxins”? I honestly can’t remember, but in alt-world, no matter what the disease or condition under discussion is, there’s a good chance that sooner or later it will be linked to “toxins.” It doesn’t matter if it’s cancer, autism, heart disease, diabetes, hypertension, or that general malaise that comes over people who, as British comedians Mitchell and Webb put it, have more money than sense; somehow, some way, someone will invoke “toxins.”

    I was reminded of this obsession among believers in unscientific medicine last Friday when I came across an article by Guy Trebay in the New York Times entitled…………

    Again, this is utter nonsense, too. First of all, there is no reason why the amount of waste must equal the amount of food ingested. Why on earth would anyone think that that must be true? After all, what happens to the part of the food that we actually use for energy? Be that as it may, the body has very finely tuned and efficient mechanisms for disposing of waste material or recycling it into other molecules that the body needs, such as proteins, nucleic acids, and lipids. The liver is incredibly adept at getting rid of various waste products, as are the colon, lung, and kidneys. Except when these organs fail, help is rarely necessary; the body can “detoxify” itself just fine, thank you very much. Groves makes an analogy to an automobile in which the owner rarely changes the oil, rarely replaces the filters, and uses bad gasoline. Of course, an automobile is not capable of self-renewal the way that the human body is, which is why, although this analogy may seem attractive, it is too off-base to have even a whiff of a hint of any validity.


    The bottom line is that in medicine, “detoxification” has a specific meaning, and alt-med “detox” believers have appropriated the term for something that has little or nothing to do with its real medical meaning. Basically, in real medicine “detoxification” means removing a real and specific toxin or toxicant (or set of toxins and/or toxicants). In the case of real heavy metal poisoning, chelation therapy is real detoxification. Similarly, using lactulose to decrease the production absorption of ammonia by the gut is an example of detoxification. In contrast, alt-med “detoxification” is far more akin to the exorcism of evil spirits, the removal of evil humors, or the driving away of miasmas.


    Whatever the reason for the resurgence of belief in various “detox” modalities, one thing’s for sure. Unnamed, unknown, undefined “toxins” are the new evil humors and miasmas, and detoxification is the newest fashionable form of ritual purification.

  27. beatis May 24, 2011 at 4:25 pm


    I must admit I’m immensely fascinated by all these parasites coming out of your body. Did you think to take a photograph and if so, could you show it to us? And out of which orifice(s) did the parasites come? And did you lose any weight once you had lost all your co-inhabitants?

  28. Mindy September 14, 2011 at 5:37 pm

    I guess I am a bit a awe. Such bitter people. Whether Clark was real, or not, hate is wrong.
    People choose doctors care, (which is a medical PRACTICE) and natural help, which can also be a practice. I know the odds of beating cancer, period. It is a horrible blow to the body. When doctors fail to “cure” someone of cancer, people are left with the impression that they did the best they could. But if someone isn’t healed with natural cures, then the ones who followed are believing in fairy-tales and the one they followed is a quack?
    Bottom line, a dr. is not God, I do thank God for them, and they have their place, but they are not God. You don’t have to look very far to see how fat their pockets are. So don’t go there with me!
    I have seen a TON of natural cures. I have also seen a couple friends go through chemo and their cancer cured. I have seen more die after chemo than live however.
    I have a friend who did a protocol very close to Dr. Clark, and is CANCER FREE. She was going to a reg. Dr. and they wanted her to do chemo/surgery. She prayed and felt for her, she was going to fight cancer other than traditional medicines. She has 3 spots of cancer (not sure if that is the right term) and now is cancer free, and has been for over a year. I know another friend who felt chemo was her answer to fight cancer, (both ladies had a form of breast cancer) and she has also been cancer free for over a year.
    Stop being mean on here and let people make their own choices. I for one am glad that people are allowed to give free speech as to what they have seen work, and believe in.
    You have to be willing to go ALL THEY way if you choose to do a natural cure, and you have to be willing to research in depth to see if it was for you. The same applies for a traditional cure. You have to be willjng to go ALL THE WAY with what your Dr tells you to do, and accept the end if it doesnt work.
    We all receive one life. Dont spend it bitter and hating. It wont help anything, it will only make things worse!

  29. anned June 21, 2012 at 1:16 am

    Whoever wrote this is sick. I have been an avid follower of Hulda Clark for 10 years. I have cured many ailments that the doctors couldn’t even name. I have seen a “terminal cancer” patient come back to life after following her protocol. How about you talk about something you know. She should have gotten the Nobel Peace Prize and be taught in all medical schools but man has found profit in sickness and so it was not to be. But she fought the corrupt system and saved lives anyways. God bless her.

  30. JennyJo June 21, 2012 at 5:23 am

    Hulda Clark should have been committed to the loony bin a long time ago. That should have spared many people a lot of irreversible misery and saved them lots of money to boot.

  31. jane November 5, 2012 at 5:53 pm

    I second Mindy above. We only have one life, and if people choose to use alternative methods, let them be. The evidence on effectiveness is mixed for mainstream medicine as well. There are studies out that chemo is ineffective with many cancers, or give only a couple of months extra life at huge expense and physical discomfort. There studies that mainstream medical research is so contaminated by money from drug companies that it is virtually worthless.

    I tried Hulda’s zapper. She told how to make it from $25 worth of stuff from Radio Shack. It helped me with morgellons when neither I nor anyone else had heard of the name. Then an osteopath diagnosed me with mercury poisoning which I had chelated, which helped with the morgellons and other symptoms. Mainstream doctors almost never test for mercury poisoning. Why not? It takes renegades to help you sometimes.

    Real science is open mindedness and humility before what we don’t know. The controlled “gold standard” study has become a strait jacket hampering true medical research. The controlled study treats everyone alike, when it is emerging that we are individuals with individual needs. Not everyone needs Vitamin A. Not everyone needs to give up wheat. Not everyone needs vitamin E (especially those with blood that is thin naturally). The real test is to test yourself, and see what happens. This gives power back to the people to make their own discoveries about their own bodies. People like Hulda help with suggestions. People don’t dare do this self research until mainstream medicine has failed them, but once they do, they have a self confidence and increased health that few other patients have.

    There is no need of name calling or put downs. Tell your story and let others tell theirs.

  32. beatis November 5, 2012 at 6:15 pm

    I second Mindy above. We only have one life, and if people choose to use alternative methods, let them be. The evidence on effectiveness is mixed for mainstream medicine as well.

    The evidence for alternative cancer treatments isn’t even mixed, it’s unequivocally negative. Having cancer is not the time for people to “make their own discoveries about their own bodies”, it’s stupid, dangerous nonsense, because nobody has ever been shown to be cured of cancer by means of alternative therapies.

  33. Lorraine April 26, 2013 at 10:50 am

    I am amazed at some of the comments on here accusing people of filthy lies. First of all we should make our own decisions based on the evidence available. Chemotherapy does not cure cancer it pro longs your life. I have a number of friends and family who have died of cancer having had conventional treatment, I think alternative treatments can do the same, pro long your life but in a more gentle way. There are new things around well not exactly new but vit c infusions for instance, hyperthermia, oxygen therapy lots of try under a qualified doctor who does alternative therapy as well. You have to listen to all sides and make your mind up. For me I would go natural but the most important thing is preventing it in the first place. I believe it’s down to nutritional deficiency and poisoning ourselves with chemicals and pesticides, try and elimate them, eat organic when you can, I see many people who say they eat healthy but when you look closely st their diet it’s still full of sugar and process rubbish.

  34. JLI May 4, 2013 at 1:39 pm

    I think alternative treatments can do the same, pro long your life but in a more gentle way.

    I wish you were right. But systematic follow up cannot confirm this.

  35. mariah August 3, 2013 at 8:20 pm

    I say that when something works, and is against the status quo, you will hear the greatest kvetching and smearing. A growing number of people HAVE healed cancer through natural means alone. Thankfully, regardless of whatever people say, we have choices and can make choices to avoid the toxic and generally unsuccessful path of chemo and radiation, and even surgery at times. The cancer industry has an INVESTMENT (a very huge investment) in keeping cancer around, not in curing it. Whenever people heal of cancer without their dubious methods- and those of you thinking of doing this, don’t wait till you are burnt out and poisoned chemically and on the brink of sickness and death from THAT- (go the holistic way first) – the hue and cry rises up and the old saws “giving us false hope” , “not been tested’ , “isn’t scientific”, come up as fighting words. Hulda Clark’s program is only one piece of a broader program of natural healing for disease, and we have no idea whether patients utilized it , or not, within such a “broader program”.
    And for the record, I cannot think of a LESS reliable or less worthy source of information about how natural health works than “quackwatch”- which is merely a smear tool set up by the cowardly AMA,

  36. JLI August 13, 2013 at 2:42 pm

    I say that when something works, and is against the status quo, you will hear the greatest kvetching and smearing.

    We certainly hear a lot of ranting against conventional cancer treatment from people who want to promote cancer quackery.

    A growing number of people HAVE healed cancer through natural means alone.

    Well – many effective (and patented) cancer chemotherapies are derived from plants. The therapies alternative (to) medicine proponents claim are effective against cancer really aren’t that natural. Think about it. What is natural about coffee enemas, megadoses of vitamins etc. that would be humanly impossible to ingest by eating fruits/vegetables alone, zapping non-exisitng flukes, injecting sodium bicarbonate etc.

    we have choices and can make choices to avoid the toxic and generally unsuccessful path of chemo and radiation, and even surgery at times.

    A cure rate of 60% is not a generally unsuccessful path. But of course you are free to choose as you will. No argument there. But what the alt med industry has persuaded you to believe is, that it is a choice between conventional cancer treatment and a more effective alternative treatment. It is nothing of the sort. It is a choice between proven conventional treatment, where risks and benefits are known because the laws demand documentation thereof and an alternative therapy that has been protected by law against demands of documentation of efficacy and safety.

    The cancer industry has an INVESTMENT

    So does the quackery industry. How do you imagine they managed to make clever people like you demand that they should have the right to not document safety and efficacy of their products? If you are guessing money you are on to something.

    I cannot think of a LESS reliable or less worthy source of information about how natural health works than “quackwatch”- which is merely a smear tool set up by the cowardly AMA,

    And did you figure this out yourself, or did someone with a financial interest in discrediting quackwatch manipulate you into believing this? I am just asking.

  37. Ummer Farooq (@faro0485) February 15, 2014 at 7:01 pm

    And you say “oh she was trying to make money”, well you blind liars can choke on the fact that all she taught was to supply frequency of electricity to the body. You know where I can get such a device? From any store on the market that sells electric or scientific goods. What’s it called you may wonder? A function generator… good ones cost anything up to $5,000. What are you gonna do? Try to ban low frequency signal generators? You gonna cry to you one eyed momma? Well guess what, anyone can make a wireless device for under a $1!! Wireless no matter where you are on the planet! What are you gonna do? Ban postal deliveries of medical matter?

    You try to trash Hulda Clark, a woman who made more wealth in the hereafter than any of you fools can imagine. She didn’t get her medals here, she got it high above all you peon minded demons. Even though, by this muslim, she deserved billions on this earth, just like Rife, just like Tesla. Who are you to deny our people wealth for their accomplishments!? Who are you to praise those who have betrayed us for your endeavors!? I’ll tell you who you are… you are those set for misery, in this life and the next. Of course you can jump off that falling elevator and hold on to the rope of God, just sincerely ask for forgiveness from God. And join mankind in this war against those who wish to rob us of our shame.

  38. beatis February 16, 2014 at 11:06 am

    @Ummer Farooq

    I’m allowing your comment only so that people can see for themselves what a despicable creep you are, making money out of people’s misery by selling them completely useless crap-machines. Electroherbalism my foot. Hulda Clark was a dangerous fool and so are you.

  39. David February 20, 2014 at 2:41 am

    I don’t know where you all get your information from, but in my 54 years of exposure to ALL sides of this debate (as I was BORN into it) I think you all need to open your eyes a little. GP’s, nurses, surgeons, specialists, dentists, and, etc: I’ve known some of the best around, although more on a social than professional level. I’ve worked for a company that sold chemo drugs. That being said, I’ve also known and respected many who teach or use GNM, frequency generators, herbs, radionics, and other complimentary, (some would even say dangerous,) foms of therapy. I respect them because in the right hands THEY WORK. There are charlatans on both sides of the fence, obviously, but to categorically denounce a technology or modality out of ignorance, maybe even on the part of the practioner, is just wrong. As for dangerous, look at pharmaceuticals. Some of the most conservative medical journals have admitted that deaths caused by pharmaceutical drugs taken AS PRESCRIBED are a huge problem. Do a little more research on the FACTS of iatrogenesis before calling any of these other treatments bad. They definitely have their place but pharmaceuticals CANNOT be left as the only option for treating illness..

  40. beatis February 20, 2014 at 10:20 am

    Nonsense can never have a place in a balanced debate and Hulda Clark theories are complete and utter nonsense. Zappers don’t work against cancer, never have, never will, no matter in whose hands they are, that’s been shown over and over again. Forgoing standard medicine for cancer and putting one’s trust in quackery is very dangerous and costs lives. People should be warned against that, which is what we’re trying to do here.

  41. Maya April 3, 2014 at 11:09 pm

    Beatis, theres something fishy/fake/not genuine about your statements on this site…

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