Yes, I was saddened to hear about Arthur's passing. His son is, however, continuing the business.
As for both dying of cancer, that is not surprising to me. In fact, many Oncologists die of cancer every year. Perhaps the question should not be does one die of cancer, but how long can a person live with cancer once they have it.
I will note that Dr. Clark never claimed that the zapper was, in and of itself, a cure for cancer. I do know for a fact, that I have been cancer free for 10 years now. But at the same time, my cancer was relatively minor in comparison although it had metastasized.
Also, from what I have seen, it has NEVER been established that Dr. Clark actually died of cancer, it was never established that she actually had cancer prior to her death, and there was not an autopsy done that actually determined that cancer was a contributing factor in her death. What was done was a modification, after the fact, to her death certificate. She did have symptoms that are similar to multiple myeloma but the same symptoms are consistent with poisoning with certain heavy metals such as Cadmium.
Arthur did in fact have cancer and he had it for a very long time, apparently, whatever he did managed to suppress it for many years because he had cancer back in the early to mid 1990's. So, he had survived close to 20 years or possibly longer. As far as I am concerned, that is fantastic and it encourages me to zap even more.
According to Arthur's own writing, he had actually two different forms of serious cancer ( malignant melanoma, October/87, and breast tumor April/94 ). Either is considered deadly and for him to survive as long as he did is significant.
First, in support of this, I am going to speak of a customer who had multiply metastasized melanoma, MMM, which is considered to be very deadly. Before finding the zapper, he had numerous moles removed but the cost was getting prohibitive. Having been told by his doctors that he did not have long to live, he purchased a zapper and used it for several years. He commented to me that he had to zap all the time. Zapping the location directly would destroy it but new ones were constantly popping up every time that he turned around. BTW, this person lived in an area near where there was increased radioactivity from previous nuclear tests. I have not heard from him in several years and so I assume that the cancer got the best. What is important is that he lived for years beyond what his doctor had told him was possible.
The zapper is certainly no a cure for all cancers, but I have never seen a case where it produced identify-ably negative results. I can assure you that if I ever develop cancer again, I will certainly use my zapper. In the mean time, I will use my zapper anyhow for other issues that affect me.