|Date: 10/4/2011 2:48:35 AM ( 6y ago )
n your all knowing wisdom on this topic, have you ever considered that maybe she did not even try to diagnose herself.
LOL!!! You just got done falsely claiming that a neck and shoulder injury led to her misdiagnosis. And as I pointed out, many people do not even know they have cancer until they go in for something like an injury and the X-rays and scans pick up the cancer. So the REAL doctors at the hospital would have diagnosed her.
So, when she incorrectly diagnosed her brother, was there anyone who cam up with the correct diagnosis at the same time? No.
How do you know? Were you at the hospital with him when this all went down?
Do so called non-quack doctors diagnose everything correctly the first time, or every time? No.
Are you correct all of the time?
How many doctors treat their own serious illnesses?
I know that I am not correct all of the time but I do not sit and deny credit when it is due. While not perfect, Dr. Clark helped a lot of people that the medical profession had turned their backs on. Her success rate was far better than most chemo-therapy can offer.
Do you have any REAL evidence to this claim other than your say so? Again, you have been caught too many times making false claims so I would like to see some REAL evidence to back your claim.
And again, if her success rate was so high then why did she fail to cure herself or her brother?
And just so you can not poo poo this, I get my information from cancer survivors who call and talk to me 10, 15, and even 18 years after they had been told by their doctors to go home and die but they went to Dr. Clark instead and are still alive as a result.
According to you, which means nothing. Any credible evidence to back up this claim?
Also, there is no benefit for me to write about this other than to let people know that what you are spouting is not entirely true.
Uh, let's see. You said you have 50 sites selling electrical therapy devices including Zappers. Yet you claim there is no benefit to you in defending Clark's work. Well, not quite true again there is it? If people realize what quackery Zappers really are that does what to your Zapper sales? Want to stick with that no benefit to you lie?
Dr. Clark saved a lot of lives, even if she did not save her own.
Again, an unsubstantiated claim.
Interesting, "According to Kevin Kenward of the American Medical Association: 'Based on over 210,000 records of deceased physicians, our data indicate the average life-span of a physician is 70.8 years.'"
Looks like Dr. Clark beat that by a few years.
ROTFLMAO!!!!! Talk about twisting the facts!!! Do you know how many cancers grow rapidly? So let's say that someone is 80 years old and they develop cancer then die at 81. They still beat the odds. So what does her age at time of death have to do with anything? The answer is NOTHING!!!
The only thing that is valid here is the fact that she got cancer in the first place and died from it despite her herbs and Zapper. Same with her brother.
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