Hulda Regehr Clark began her studies in biology at the University of Saskatchewan, Canada, where she was awarded the Bachelor of Arts, Magna Cum Laude, and the Master of Arts, with High Honors.
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 physiology in 1958.
After doing government sponsored research for almost ten years at Indiana University, she began private consulting in 1979 on a full time basis.
She continued her studies to earn a Naturopathy degree and an amateur radio license. The freedom to follow her most promising observations led to the breakthrough discoveries described in her books.
Six years later she discovered an electronic technique for scanning the human body. With it she noticed clues as to the cause of cancer, HIV and other “mysterious” diseases.
Today Dr. Clark puts her methods, her results, and her conclusions, before you.
Clark is an award winning research scientist who believes that, through extensive testing and many, many, case studies she has found the markers and the methods to get rid of the causes of diseases such as cancer, HIV, and others.
She has written five books, and has disseminated her knowledge on the internet, to allow people to help themselves.
She put the plans for the design and building of the “zapper” into the public domain, by placing the plans, and a parts list, in her books for anyone to build.
The HEALTH FREEDOM ACTIVIST…
In support of Dr. Clark, both the American Libertarian Party and the American Reform Party, made the attack on Clark in Indiana (in 1999) part of their “Election 2000” platform. They used it as an example of what’s wrong with health in America.
The Kentucky branch of the Libertarian party sponsored a two-day event on behalf of the Clark Defense campaign in Louisville, Kentucky.
Clark, a medical researcher for 51 years, is challenging the basis of American conventional medicine. If she’s right, and wins her battles, she’ll change American medicine forever.
World-wide supporters, perhaps counted in the millions, say she IS right. No matter how hard minions of the medical establishment attack Clark, she just keeps picking up more, and more, support.
Clark was arrested September 20, 1999, by the FBI in San Diego, CA on a so-called fugitive warrant from Indiana. Brown County, Indiana Prosecutor James Oliver claimed Clark had been “Practicing Medicine without a License,” seven years earlier when she was a resident of that county.
71 year-old researcher Dr. Clark had been held for sixteen days in a holding cell, then driven 2,200 miles in 37 hours in the back seat of a Indiana patrol car to Brown County, where she was immediately released on bail. Prosecutor Oliver resigned from the case after it was made public that he had married Amy Hoffman, the original Investigator in the Clark case. The charges were eventually dropped.
Supporters believe that what is being done to Clark has happened time and time again to alternative health practitioners in America. They believe that the orchestration to stop innovation in health has caused the suffering and deaths of millions of Americans. They characterize the attack on Clark as just one more effort to discredit, and discourage, non-conventional health practitioners, those that disdain the use of drugs and surgery for more natural remedies.
Clark says “It isn’t really about me. It’s about the millions of people like me who are trying to find answers, both to help themselves, and others, and are thwarted and suppressed. We have to change that situation right now.”