There was dramatic improvement

Reviewed By: Blake Watson
Winnetka, CA USA
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Book Name: The Cure for All Diseases

I came across this book in the mid-’90s and pursued it to treat a condition one of my children was having. There was dramatic improvement and, although we have recently found the condition to be genetic, the guidelines in the book have helped to increase my daughter’s abilities beyond where medical doctors (who expected her to die) said they could go. (We also used her methods to prevent and cure a variety of smaller problems in our family, such as allergies, colds, headaches, and so on.)
We went to her clinic in Tijuana, since it’s not terribly far, and she never charged us more than $50. I can’t say with certainty that she charges everyone the same, but we got a lot for our money. Dr. Clark sat down with us on each occasion and managed to actually spot some toxins in our environment we hadn’t even considered. (We also got X-rays at one point, but not from her, and it’s Tijuana, so they don’t cost much.)
While in her clinic, however, I met a lot of people who had before-and-after test results for cancer and AIDS, and many, many people who had only come to her after their MD had written them off.
Obviously one should be sensible about one’s health, but that goes both ways. It’s just as foolish to believe blindly that the medical establishment is always right about everything as it is to believe every quack that comes down the road peddling snake-oil.
You can do this treatment entirely yourself for a couple hundred bucks so that Dr. Clark doesn’t get a dime — down to borrowing the book from the library and photocopying it. You can take the easy way out and buy supplies from reputable dealers, and it might cost you a hundred bucks more (but require less time investment). Nothing in her program conflicts with standard medical treatment, so it’s not like you have to give up going to your M.D.
For some people, there’s no worse shame than being “suckered” or spending a dime more than they have to. (Though I have to admit, we’ve spent nothing on doctors for the past several years, saving way more than we spent on the program.) Ultimately, it’s you who has to live (or die) with your choice.

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