CURE FOR ALL CANCERS HULDA CLARK PDF

Arrest and dismissal of charge On Sept. Clark was arrested in San Diego and extradited in early October to Indiana, where she was charged with practicing medicine without a license, a Class C felony. Brown County, Indiana, authorities claimed she was doing the same thing in Nashville, Indiana, in the early s, which amounted to practicing medicine without a license. A warrant for her arrest was issued in According to the Indiana legal code, Dr. Clark was holding herself out to the public as being engaged in: The diagnosis, treatment, correction, or prevention of disease and ailments of human beings; The suggestion, recommendation or prescription or administration of a form of treatment; The prevention of any physical, mental, or functional ailment or defect of any person.

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Arrest and dismissal of charge On Sept. Clark was arrested in San Diego and extradited in early October to Indiana, where she was charged with practicing medicine without a license, a Class C felony. Brown County, Indiana, authorities claimed she was doing the same thing in Nashville, Indiana, in the early s, which amounted to practicing medicine without a license. A warrant for her arrest was issued in According to the Indiana legal code, Dr.

Clark was holding herself out to the public as being engaged in: The diagnosis, treatment, correction, or prevention of disease and ailments of human beings; The suggestion, recommendation or prescription or administration of a form of treatment; The prevention of any physical, mental, or functional ailment or defect of any person.

After being arrested and sent to Indiana, Dr. Interestingly, one of the original investigators in the case was Amy Hoffman Oliver, the wife of current then-Brown County prosecutor Jim Oliver. Clark faced two to eight years in jail if convicted of the charges. Nothing is going to work all the time for everybody. Clark maintained she is obligated to make public ideas that she believes can relieve suffering.

She said she trusts people to make informed decisions about their health. Clark violated her right to a speedy trial. That burden was not met in this case. Clark returned to California and her clinic in Mexico.

Clark continued to promote disease prevention, the Syncrometer, and the Zapper until her death on Sept. She was memorialized thusly: She was a pioneer, and she was mistaken on many points, as do all pioneers, in every field of life. She was not an evil doer, nor was she a saint. She was not the most successful healer, at least in my opinion, but no one today is. In this day and age, to heal is almost impossible, since the obstacles to cure are overwhelming.

But what is wrong with us? All the critics and experts? We know what is wrong. We are hysterical. A chronic mysterious illness is taking over all of us, and we have no idea how to stop it. We call it many names, cancer for example, but in the end, is it medical ignorance that lies in the core of it all. None of us: patients, advocates, mainstream doctors or alternative healers, have any idea anymore what to do. And I include myself.

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Hulda Regehr Clark

Nina seen here with Dr. Clark was a bio-physicist and engineer And many other diseases. Nonetheless the constant attack to her credibility has overshadowed the true genius of her work. The constant threat of time consuming and expensive lawsuits is why she was eventually forced to move her "clinic" over the border into Tijuana, Mexico.

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Dr. Hulda Clark promoted prevention over cure

Background[ edit ] Clark began her studies in biology at the University of Saskatchewan , Canada, where she was awarded Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts degrees. After two years of study at McGill University , she attended the University of Minnesota studying biophysics and cell physiology. She received her doctorate degree in from the University of Minnesota. Her thesis was entitled A Study of the Ion Balance of Crayfish Muscle: evidence for two compartments of cellular potassium. From until her death she operated the Century Nutrition health clinic in Tijuana , Mexico , where her focus was primarily on late-stage cancer patients. Clark and her son Geoff separately owned businesses her patients and others used, including a restaurant, her self-publishing company, and a "self-health" store that sold her inventions.

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