According to what I read, supposedly from her family, her true condition was hidden by a neck and should injury from an accident that led to misdiagnosis. By the time the error was discovered, it was basically too late.
That aside, I have been told by someone who was close to her, that Dr, Clark did not use her zapper much because she felt that she did not need it.
There may be other considerations to this and this is why I am working so hard at trying to improve zappers. In the past, zappers have at best been crude instruments with a extreme deviation in accuracy. Most have an accuracy that ranges from 10 percent to as bad as 20 percent depending on the quality of units used.
Looking at this from a numerical standpoint, consider that we need to use a zapper on something that would respond to a frequency of 30,128 Hz plus or minus 40 Hz. This means that only zappers with an exact frequency of 30,088 to 30168 Hz will do. If the zapper selected has an accuracy or 10 percent and the base frequency is exactly 30,000 Hz, only about 2 to 3 percent at most of that model will actually hit the exact frequency. So, if they sold 1000 of that zapper, somewhere between 10 to 20 customers would write in with "yipee!!!" letters exclaiming their cure. These 10 to 20 yippee letters would generate sales to another 10,ooo customers which would generate an additional 100 to 200 "yippee" letters. People would see all of these testimonials and say wow, this is a great product, but in reality, the results would only be in line with a number of chemotherapy trials. A one percent complete cure rate is absolutely fantastic for some cancers. You would also see a 1 percent effectiveness for something that had a frequency requirement of 31,243 Hz.
However, if the same zapper was produced with a 1 percent frequency variation ( +/- 300 Hz at 30 kHz ) then you could literally see a 40 to 50 percent success rate for that one particular something. But at the same time you would see zero percent of subjects responding to the same unit if their need was for the 31,243 Hz because that frequency is outside of the 1 percent error band.
This is why both greater accuracy, and multiple frequencies are needed to produce a higher rate of effectiveness.
The zapper that Dr. Clark had was crude and quite possibly may not have done her much good, unless she was one of the lucky ones with just the exact right frequency.
Either way, as I have been told, it was just too late when Dr. Clark found out as she was not able to hold the paddles due to her state of weakness. She was right though, zappers do help because I have had not just hundreds of people tell me, thousands. They are not going to lie about that and sorry, not that many are going to be fooled.
Sir Isaac Newton died of Mercury poison possibly because he painted his room red with it.
Sometimes, we just do the wrong things out of ignorance, regardless of how smart we are.
Also, the stuff you posted at the bottom your message is nothing more than the opinion of a poorly informed individual with an agenda, most likely a paid for blog.