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Hulda Clarke is a charlatan. do a google on all the evidence based medical evaluations of her stuff.. total fantasy.
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I QUITE AGREE, ALL THE SO CALLED "MEDICAL EVALUATIONS" ARE TOTAL FANTASY. NO WONDER THEY ARE IN SUCH DISARRAY.

SHE IS ON THE RIGHT TRACK WITH THE ZAPPER BUT NEEDS TO THINK ABOUT IT A BIT MORE DEEPLY. RIFE GOT IT RIGHT. BUT 80% CURE IS MUCH BETTER THAN 10^ SURVIVE.

GL
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abductmicrowaving yourself is not the answer, neither is a toxic brew.yak

be clean...
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If you want to know about health, look at healthy people.

If you want to know about disease, consult the experts; doctors.

For example, several years ago some intelligent people found out that a group in Africa had no known cases of colon cancer. They observed and found their diet was mostly raw grains (probably no pesticides, either!). The average period that it took from the time the food was consumed until waste was eliminated was 6 hours.

Conclusions;
raw food is healthier than cooked food,
the less time that food waste stays in the colon, the better
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Can´t believe you guys are criticizing Clark. No one has gotten it more right on than her. No One! Have you actually read her work? "The Cure for All Diseases" may be the most valuabe book on the planet. The information she shares is absolutely priceless! Not to mention the fact that as "Service to Others" oriented go she is in a league all her own. Why you would want to belittle her work is beyond comprehension.

Please, anyone with an interest in researching her material, don´t let these quacks deter you. Trust me, they either have an agenda or no idea what they´re talking about.
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The way I see it the degradation of all vital news is what is it all about.. The top priority of the elitest. makes for more pliable sheep
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some excertps from the book

[link to www.curezone.com]
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A top priority indeed, Dee. I totally agree with you. More and more transparent with each passing day.
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JUST HANG ON THERE A DARN MINUTE. WHO IS CRITISING CLARKE, NOT ME.

STANDARD MEDICAL FANTASY.

TAKE A SUCCESFUL NATURAL CURE.

THINK UP WHAT YOU LIKE IS THE ACTIVE INGREDIENT.

SYNTHESISE THAT INGREDIENT.

CONDUCT A TRIAL USING BETWEEN 1% AND 5% OF THE NATURAL DOSE.

THEN PROCLAIM TO THE WORLD

"IT DONT WORK"

SNUCKS

WE AINT DUMB

GL
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Read the Book, or at least the first few chapters to understand the concepts.
Buy her zapper, about $150 and now a very advanced version.
I´ve used it for about 6 years- no health insurance for the last 5, no doctors visits. I only use it once every 4 months or so, or as needed.
A great woman, Dr., researcher, and device.
No wonder some here would try and smear her. Read the testimonials of people who have used the zapper. Enough said.
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I have read her book and she is a GENIUS!

She simplified the process she has found to kill disease microbes, and made it affordable for everyone.

And she has been CONSTANTLY ATTACKED BY THE MEDICAL ESTABLISHMENT, because they think she is taking away business from them.

Meaning there are less sick people who foolishly go to a doctor to get treated for something they can treat themselves.
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I, too, think she is a freaking genius. Reading her book was a life changing experience. I can´t believe anyone would take a shot at her. Anyone who hasn´t read her book, do yourself a favor and read it, cover to cover.

p.s. hi GREY LENSMAN, haven´t seen you around in a while.
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Hulda, like GL, knows nothing about medicine, biology, or disease.

From Quackwatch:
[link to www.quackwatch.org]

In a 1999 talk that attacked widespread misbeliefs about parasites, the president of the American Society of Parasitologists noted that if Clark´s pseudoscientific claims were correct, "the medical establishment and . . . professional pathologists are guilty of a gigantic and cruel fraud on the public." [5] The U.S. Centers for Disease Control states that Fasciolopsis buski is "found in Asia and the Indian subcontinent, especially in areas where humans raise pigs and consume freshwater plants." It is not a problem in the United States or other developed countries.

Patients who "cleanse" their intestines with Clark´s recommended herbs may excrete what they think are parasites. However, in one instance I know of, a specimen of "parasites" turned out to be citrus fibers, presumably from grapefruit juice used for the "cleanse." In another, reported in a medical journal, the "parasites" turned out to be ordinary fecal material [6].

Phony Devices
Clark is also using and promoting two devices. Her Syncrometer is claimed to identify diseased organs and toxic substances by noting whether the device makes various sounds when "test substances" are placed on a plate [4:373-427]. The device is simply a galvanometer that measures skin resistance to a low-voltage current that passes from the device through a probe touched to the patient´s hand. Various models for home use can either be commercially purchased or made by the patient. Clark´s "Zapper" is a low-voltage device that supposedly kills parasites, bacteria, and viruses with electrical energy, but does not harm human tissue. Its use is based on Clark´s notion that all living things broadcast a characteristic range of radio frequencies and that the device can issue counter-frequencies that kill unwanted organisms [7]. Neither device has any genuine diagnostic or therapeutic value.

Clark´s books, herbal products, and "Zapper" devices said to be built to her specifications are marketed through many Web sites, one of which is the Self Help Resource Center, administered by Clark´s son Geoff. The Self-Health Research Center´s "Testing Division" offers "synchrometer classes" twice a week, "scheduled as needed," for $175 [8]. Geoff also issues certificates for Zapper devices that are "within specifications found in Dr. Clark´s books." The devices range in price from about $10 for a simple model to more than $200 for devices that also make colloidal silver. Her ideas are also advocated by the Dr. Clark Research Association, a group founded in 1998 by David P. Amrein, a Scientologist who describes himself as a freelance consultant in finance and taxes. Membership, which costs $40 per year, includes a subscription to the Dr. Clark Research Association Bulletin, which Amrein edits. The November 1999 issue stated that the Bulletin had a circulation of 1,500.

In November 1999, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission announced that it had stopped an Australian company (Raylight Pty Ltd) from advertising that its "Parasite Zapper" passes an electric current through a person´s blood and is effective against the AIDS virus, parasites, hepatitis, herpes, obesity, and other serious conditions. The company also agreed to provide refunds to consumers who felt they had been mislead [9].

In 2004, the New England Journal of Medicine reported that a 52-year-old man with a cardiac pacemaker had experienced episodes of dizziness and near-fainting when he used a "Zapper" device. His doctors found that the device caused the pacemaker to malfunction and disturb the patient´s heart rhythm. The device had been sold with a warning about pacemakers, but the patient ignored the warning [10].

Case Histories
Pages 119-372 of The Cure for All Cancers contain "case histories" of 138 cancer patients, of whom 103 were "cured" and 35 who "did not carry out instructions or could not be followed." The standard way to determine whether a treatment is effective is to carefully record the nature of the patient´s disease before treatment and to determine the patient´s condition indefinitely. Clark´s reports contain little information about the patient´s history and no indication that Clark performed any physical examinations. The only follow-up reports are for a few patients who returned for further treatment -- usually a few weeks later. Cancer treatment results are normally expressed in terms of cancer-free status or survival over periods of years. Five-year survival rates are a common measure. Clark claims she can tell that patients are cured as soon as their ortho-phospho-tyrosine test is negative -- within days or even a few hours after her treatment is begun. This claim is preposterous.

Thirty-eight of the 103 reports indicate that the patient had been medically diagnosed with cancer, and most of these 38 had received standard treatment. In 59 other cases, however, there was no indication that the patient had undergone any medical test or treatment that would indicate the presence of a cancer. (In 10 other cases, which Clark diagnosed as HIV infection, there was no history suggestive of AIDS. In the rest, it was not clear whether the patient had been medically diagnosed with cancer.)

Judging from the reports, Clark´s judgments were based entirely on the results of her own peculiar diagnostic tests. If "ortho-phospho-tyrosine" was found in the blood, the patient had cancer. If a "protein 24 antigen" was found in the blood, the patient had AIDS. And, anywhere from a few hours to several weeks later, if these tests became negative, Clark considered the patient cured. The book describes how some of the patients who had consulted Clark for other problems were startled to hear they had cancer or AIDS.

None of the reports provides any basis for concluding that Clark´s treatment has the slightest value. The majority of the people described in the 103 case reports did not have cancer. Of those that did, most had received standard medical treatment or their tumors were in their early stages. In these cases, Clark pronounced them cured but did not follow what happened after they left her clinic -- so she could not possibly know how they did afterward. In some cases, she counted patients as cured even though she noted that they died within a few weeks after she treated them.

Two people who seem knowledgeable have informed me that Clark´s brother, Henry Regehr, died of cancer despite treatment by her.

Legal Trouble
In September 1999, Clark was arrested in San Diego, California, based on a fugitive warrant from Indiana, where she faced charges of practicing medicine without a license. In November, a former patient filed suit accusing her of negligence and fraud.

The criminal case originated when Clark lived and practiced in Indiana [11,12]. In 1993, after a former patient complained to the Indiana attorney general, a health department official visited accompanied by a deputy attorney general visited her office and was diagnosed with AIDS and sent to a laboratory for a blood test [13]. Clark -- apparently tipped off by the lab -- found out she was being investigated and left Indiana a few days later. In 1999, Clark was apprehended in California and returned to Indiana to stand trial. However, in April 2000, an Indiana judge dismissed the charges on grounds that too much time had elapsed between the filing of the charges and Clark´s arrest. The judge´s verdict did not address the merits of the charges but only the issue of whether the delay had compromised Clark´s ability to mount a defense and her right to a speedy trial [14].

The civil case was filed by Esther and Jose Figueroa of New York City against Clark, the Dr. Clark Research Association, Century Nutrition, and several associated individuals. Mrs. Figueroa, who had been medically diagnosed with breast cancer, sought treatment in September 1998. The court papers state that she was told:

Dust from her apartment was responsible for her breast cancer.
Returning to her apartment would place her at special risk to develop leukemia because of her blood type.
She had asbestos, lead, and a lot of copper in her system.
The Syncrometer detected a parasite called "rabbit fluke" inside her breast.
She also had E. coli, asbestos, and salmonella due to improper food sterilization.
Several teeth should be removed and "cavitations" in her lower jaw should be scraped out.
The suit also charged that:

Clark subsequently arranged for all of Mrs. Figueroa´s front and molar teeth to be removed, prescribed more than 30 dietary and herbal supplements to be taken during a 12-week period, and badly burned her breast while administering treatment with a "Zapper" device.
During the 3-month period of treatment, the tumor increased from 1.5 cm to 14 cm.
Despite this fact, Mrs. Figueroa was falsely told that she was getting better, that tests for "cancer markers" were negative, and that pain she was experiencing did not reflect persistence of her cancer.
In 2001, the Figueroa family indicated to their attorney (Christopher Grell) that undergoing a deposition would be too stressful for Mrs. Figueroa. Mr. Grell therefore petitioned the court to withdraw from the case, and the case ended shortly afterward. One of the defendants (Self Health Resource Center, operated by Clark´s son Geoffrey) then sued Grell and two associates for malicious prosecution and abuse of process. Grell responded with a motion to dismiss, which was granted and upheld on appeal, with an award of costs and attorneys fees to Grell. The Court of Appeal concluded:

The evidence amply supports a reasonable belief on the part of these defendants [Grell and associates] that plaintiff [the Self Health Resource Center] was part of a network of persons and entities who acted recklessly, at best, luring Mrs. Figueroa into a bizarre, grotesque, and extremely expensive regimen of "alternative" cancer treatments which has no effect other than to exhaust the Figueroa´s life savings and divert Mrs. Figueroa from conventional treatments, thereby reducing her prospects for recovery and survival [15].

Libel Campaign
Various Internet postings indicate that in September 1999, Geoffrey Clark hired Tim Bolen to assist her after she was arrested. Bolen and his wife Jan do business as JuriMed, an entity whose stated purpose is to assist "alternative" health practitioners faced with regulatory action, criminal prosecution, or other matters that threaten their financial well-being and/or license to practice. Bolen refers to JuriMed as a "public relations and research group." In November 1999, the Bolens began distributing false and defamatory statements to the effect that:

I am arrogant, bizarre, closed-minded, emotionally disturbed, professionally incompetent, intellectually dishonest, a dishonest journalist, sleazy, unethical, a quack, a thug, a bully, a Nazi, a hired gun for vested interests, the leader of a subversive organization, and engaged in criminal activity (conspiracy, extortion, filing a false police report, and other unspecified acts).
Terry Polevoy, M.D. (a Canadian pediatrician who operates anti-quackery Web sites) is dishonest, closed-minded, emotionally disturbed, professionally incompetent, unethical, a quack, a fanatic, a Nazi, a hired gun for vested interests, and engaged in criminal activity (conspiracy, stalking of females, and other unspecified acts) and has made anti-Semitic remarks.
Attorney Grell is professionally incompetent and has filed a false report with the FBI.
Many of the messages were republished (sometimes with embellishment) on Web sites, in news group postings, and in other e-mail messages -- by other Clark allies and supporters.

After Clark´s arrest, Geoffrey Clark set up a defense fund to pay for expenses associated with defending her against "legal attacks." A description of the fund states that the covered expenses would include attorney fees, publicists, expert witnesses, court costs, and appeals and that Goeffrey would administer the money without compensation. The report also stated that by May 31, 2000, the fund had raised $113,943.76, earned interest of $665.96, and spent $27,900.51 for legal expense, $327.65 for "Acct/Copies," $56,408.43 for public relations, and $714.30 for Hulda Clark´s travel. It did not indicate how much of the public relations payment went to the Bolens. This information was published on the Web site of New Century Press, which Clark owns and uses to publish her books.

To defend against the libel campaign, I and three others have filed a total of five libel suits against Bolen and various others who have spread his false messages [16].

More Legal Trouble
In February 2001, Mexican authorities inspected Century Nutrition and ordered it to shut down. According to a report in the San Diego Union Tribune, the clinic had never registered and was operating without a license [17]. In June, the authorities announced that the clinic would be permitted to reopen but could offer only conventional care. The clinic was also fined 160,000 pesos (about $18,000). Both the order and the fine were appealed through the Mexican courts [18]. Clark´s attorney (Carlos Negrete) has informed me that the fine was rescinded. However, I am unable to locate any documents to this effect and he has refused my request that he provide them.

The FTC has taken action against Marvin and Miguelina Beckwith, of Blaine, Washington, who had been selling Zappers and herbs through their "cancercure.com" Web site [19]. Court documents state that the Beckwiths, doing business as Western Dietary Products, Inc., had claimed that their "Zapper Electrical Unit" is effective against Alzheimer´s and HIV/AIDS and that various herbal products -- including Black Walnut Tincture, Wormwood Tincture, and Cloves Tincture -- can treat and cure cancer, Alzheimer´s, diabetes, arthritis, and HIV/AIDS and would make surgery and chemotherapy unnecessary for persons with cancer [20].

The FTC´s case was supported by three lengthy affidavits that dissected and thoroughly debunked Hulda Clark´s theories and treatments. Among other things:

Aron Primack, M.D., a cancer specialist who is Associate Professor of Preventive Medicine and Biometrics at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences in Bethesda, Maryland, stated that, Hulda Clark´s books "do not provide competent and reliable evidence" to support her claims [21].

Peter W. Pappas, Ph.D., a prominent parasitologist and Professor Emeritis at the Ohio State University, stated (a) although cancer and AIDS are found worldwide, the parasite Clark blames for them is limited to South East Asia; (b) "Clark´s ´case histories´ represent an egregious example of a highly biased experimental protocol, and her theories are based on bad science"; and (c) "She clearly does not have a basic understanding of the most fundamental parasitological principles." [22]
Joseph Pizzorno, N.D., the nation´s top naturopath, stated that, "No research is presented demonstrating that the Zapper has any physiological effects, let alone ability to kill parasites or cure cancer. The claim that mild electrical shocks to the skin can eliminate intestinal parasites is, frankly, preposterous." [23]
In December 2001, the case was settled with a consent agreement that prohibited the defendants from making any unsubstantiated claims that their products are effective in treating or alleviating any disease or condition or that use of their products in the treatment of cancer makes surgery or chemotherapy unnecessary [24]. Although Clark and her family were not parties to this action, it might discourage others from marketing what she recommends.

On June 16, the National Council Against Health Fraud filed suit against Marvin Beckwith, Western Dietary Products, David Amrein, the Dr. Clark Research Association, and several others who have been selling Zappers and/or herbal products with claims based on Hulda Clark´s books. The suit charges that the defendants violated the California Business and Professions Code by making false advertising claims for the products [25].

In January 2003, the FTC charged the Dr. Clark Association, Behandlungzentrum GMbH (a Swiss company), and David Amrein (who is the sole officer and director of both) with falsely advertising devices and herbal products related toClark´s theories [26]. The complaint, filed in an Ohio federal court, alleges that the defendants made unsubstantiated representations that:

The Super-Zapper Deluxe device is effective to kill bacteria, viruses, and parasites in the human body, and is effective against chronic infections, cancer, and AIDS.

The Super-Zapper Deluxe, used with the Complete Herbal Parasite Program, is effective to cure all forms of cancer in humans and to cure AIDS.
The Super-Zapper Deluxe, used with the Complete Herbal Parasite Program and avoidance of pollutants, is effective to cure diabetes, multiple sclerosis, Alzheimer´s, endometriosis, asthma, and many other diseases.

Dr. Clark´s New 21 Day Program for Advanced Cancers is effective to cure all forms of cancer in humans; has cured many people diagnosed with advanced cancer; and when used with the Super-Zapper Deluxe, make surgery and chemotherapy unnecessary.

The Syncrometer device is more accurate than the best testing methods at diagnosing all forms of disease; and can detect the presence of any substance at specific points in the human body.
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"From Quackwatch"

nuff said

If you knew anything about that organization you would never waste anyone´s time spreading their BS. Unless of course you had a similar agenda or were totally ignorant Clark´s actual research and findings published complete with case histories.

Do your own research people, then you´ll understand why her finding are so threatening to those who have a vested interest in keeping you sick.
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I would recommend anyone to do the herbal parasite cleanse. I know of several people (including myself) that have taken it and MOST us felt much better by the time we were half way through it.
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I AM STAGGERED THAT IN THIS DAY OF FREE AND RAPID INFORMATION EXCHANGE, PEOPLE ARE STILL QUOTING "QUACKWATCH"

BOTH BARATZ AND BARRAT ARE IN DEEP DO DO. BOTH DISCREDITED IN COURT AS FAKE EXPERT WITNESSES AND ONE SUBJECT OF A AMAJOR RICO LAWSUIT WHICH HE IS LOSING.

THESE TWO LIZARDS SPECIALITY WAS TO THREATEN SUCCESFUL HEALERS, STOP OR BE SUED. THEY THEN SUED AND POSING AS EXPERT WITNESSES AND FUNDED BY BANKRUPT HEALTH ADMINISTRATORS FTRIED TO DRIVE MANY VICTIMS TO PENURY.

THEY HAVE BEEN EXPOSED, TRASHED IN COURT, OWE MILLIONS IN COURT FINES AND ARE ON THE RACK.

ONE OF THEM TESTIFIED AS AN EXPERT WITNESS ON FITTING DENTAL BRIDGES. HE HAD NOT PRACTISED SINCE 1986 AND HAD NEVER FITTED A BRIDGE.

THEY PHONE THE FTC, FORCE A COMPLAINT, THEN POST WORLD WIDE THAT "FTC CHARGED". SAD SAD EXAMPLES OF HUMAN BEINGS.

YEWS FRAUD EXISTS, EVERYWHERE BUT IN HELATCARE, YOU CURE OR YOU DONT, ITS THAT SIMPLE.

GL
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Quackwatch?

QUACKWATCH?


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1482 Quackwatch read bigot.If you believe the crap on that site,that´s your problem.
"A Cure for all Diseases" is deservedly the most significant health book ever written.Brilliant.I have a zapper CURED me of herpes.I watched a lecture video filmed thru a high power microscope showing pathogens literally being blown apart by 24v bi-phasic current.The 3 part anti-parasite compound I get from Herbario twice yearly,they supply it because it works.Interestingly many parasites are passed from pets to people from handling.
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Yup. QuackWatch is BS. They´ve been discredited in court more than once.

Hulda Clark has some good ideas. But like someone else said, pay attention to your diet, raw foods are best. Get information from many sources. There are a lot of pieces to the puzzle out there, and no single source has the complete solution.

I´ve got her book and read most of it. I especially like some of her ideas about avoiding chemicals and ideas for simpler less toxic lifestyles. I haven´t used the zapper, but I think the idea is valid, even if it´s not entirely complete. It seems to work.
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Read the Book, or at least the first few chapters to understand the concepts.
Buy her zapper, about $150 and now a very advanced version.
I´ve used it for about 6 years- no health insurance for the last 5, no doctors visits. I only use it once every 4 months or so, or as needed.
A great woman, Dr., researcher, and device.
No wonder some here would try and smear her. Read the testimonials of people who have used the zapper. Enough said.
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Cured many a things with mine , md, arthritis ,much more. The book free: Cure for all Diseases been zapping since 1996, never get sick. Anyone who knocks her or zapping are drug pushing,greedy, allopaths who oporate on the same frequency as parasites.. Yeah, see your doctor,maybe two for second opion, get diagnosid then try whats in the book, first, if it doesnt work, drugs are a last resort.
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Read the Book, or at least the first few chapters to understand the concepts.
Buy her zapper, about $150 and now a very advanced version.
I´ve used it for about 6 years- no health insurance for the last 5, no doctors visits. I only use it once every 4 months or so, or as needed.
A great woman, Dr., researcher, and device.
No wonder some here would try and smear her. Read the testimonials of people who have used the zapper. Enough said.
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Cured many a things with mine , md, arthritis ,much more. The book free: Cure for all Diseases been zapping since 1996, never get sick. Anyone who knocks her or zapping are drug pushing,greedy, allopaths who oporate on the same frequency as parasites.. Yeah, see your doctor,maybe two for second opion, get diagnosid then try whats in the book, first, if it doesnt work, drugs are a last resort.
free book
[link to www.electroherbalism.com]
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Cure for all Diseases free;

[link to www.electroherbalism.com] readup
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Just throwing this out there, slightly off topic, but if anyone has true interest in cleansing their bodies might check out Genesis2church.org. goes hand in hand with Hulda Clark's assertation that all diseases are caused by parasites and overload of toxins in the body.
Cheers!
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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 49034
Cure for all Diseases free;

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 Quoting: stars


If you can prove one cure in that book I will happily change what I know.
However, I know that my knowledge is safe as that book reads like it was written by a 4 year old.

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