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About the Author

Dr. Clark is an independent research scientist. Dr. Clark has a Bachelor of Arts, Magna Cum Laude, and the Master of Arts with High Honors from the University of Saskatchewan, Canada. Then she studied for two years at McGill University before attending the University of Minnesota and obtaining her doctorate degree in physiology in 1958. After doing government sponsored research for almost ten years at Indiana University, she began private consulting in nutrition in 1979. 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 this book.

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Product Details

  • Paperback: 616 pages
  • Publisher: New Century Press; 1st edition (January 1, 1995)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1890035017
  • ISBN-13: 978-1890035013
  • Product Dimensions: 1.5 x 5.8 x 8.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.3 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (344 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #18,251 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

More About the Author

There are many websites available that portray themselves to represent Dr. Hulda Clark. Beware that most of those websites are operated with one goal in mind: To sell products! And quite often those products are not made per her protocol. Of course those companies have nothing to do with Dr. Clark's family or her estate.


There is however one website which we at New Century Press, LLC, like the most and that is www.DrClarkLegacy.org - this website gives you a good overview without linking to companies trying to sell you products.


Beware that some of Dr. Clark's books are being offered for "free" as a download or in paperback form. Anyone is welcome to make a copy of part of the book to give to friends but not for commercial purposes and it is not permitted to copy the majority of the book.


The companies behind this use her work as a marketing tool to sell products without any consideration of how it affects Dr. Clark's royalties and the operation of New Century Press, LLC, which ultimately has to be in good financial health to be able to make all of her work available to the public.


Dr. Clark obtained her master's degree in 1949 from the University of Saskatchewan with high honors in sciences. She received her Ph.D. from the University of Minnesota in 1958 in biophysics and physiology. Her publications dissertation addressed the electrolyte balance of living cells.

After completing her doctoral studies she did research in bacteriology. After a several-year break for child rearing, she began researching the electophysiology of muscle and nerve cells at Indiana University in 1966 where she remained for 10 years. her discovery that x-rays cause mutations was published in Nature.

While still in Indiana, she began private nutritional consulting. From physician ordered blood tests she noticed that all cancer patients had certain similarities, including a particular parasite. She began testing all patients for the presence of certain parasites and toxic elements and confirmed her earlier observation. At first she used a Dermatron for the testing - a device widely used in Germany, but not approved in the U.S. She modified the Dermatron to give off-on results. She also modified the Dermatron's circuitry, simplifying it substantially, and called the new device the "Syncrometer®"

The Syncrometer® is based on an electronic circuit. A circuit resonates at a particular frequency, but will stop resonating if added components have different resonant frequencies. Everything has a "bandwidth" which is the range from its low to high resonant frequency. The Syncrometer® can be used to determine bandwidth by placing the test item on the Syncrometer®'s capacitor plate while a person grasps "handholds" (thereby completing the circuit through the person) and using a frequency generator. This technology is in its infancy. The Syncrometer® produces a tone through a speaker that varies depending on the resonant frequency of each item in the circuit. She used the Syncrometer® to detect the presence of chemicals and other elements in products by comparing the tone produced by a sample of a chemical or other element placed on the capacitor plate to the tone produced by the product being tested. If the two tones resonate, that means the product has the chemical or element in it because the chemical or element in the product and the sample on the capacitor plate have the same resonant frequency. The Syncrometer® can detect chemicals or other elements to a sensitivity of one part per quadrillion, or 10 to the minus 17, which she determined with a "dilution series." This is far more sensitive than scientifically accepted tests used by chemists to detect chemicals because the Syncrometer® conducts electronic tests, rather than by chemical analysis.

She published:
The Cure For All Cancers - 1993
The Cure For HIV and AIDS - 1993
The Cure For All Diseases - 1995
The Cure For All Advanced Cancers - 1999
The Syncrometer® Science Laboratory Manual - 2000
The Prevention Of All Cancers - 2004
The Cure And Prevention Of All Cancers - 2007
Healthy Recipes - 2010
The Syncrometer® Science Laboratory Manual 2 - 2010

Inside the covers of her books state: "The opinions...expressed in this book are mine, and unless expressed otherwise, mine alone." The same page continues: Pollutants were identified using a testing device known as the Syncrometer®. The Cure For All Diseases states that the Syncrometer® is "newly invented" and invites readers to conduct tests for themselves. It states that recommendations to avoid certain products are intended to warn the public, and are "not to provide a statistically significant analysis."

She has published her lifetime of research in a series of books for you. As she would always say, "Here's to your Good Health".

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863 of 893 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on March 24, 2004
Format: Paperback
I've known about this book for years, since it came out, but I was always turned off by the hideously new-agey cover and the similarly crackpot sounding title. I read extensively about health and alternative medicine, but am very critical of all new-agey approaches that emphasize the idea that the source of illness is spiritual or psychological (not that this is not possible, but I believe it is rare - not at all the cause of the vast majority of illnesses).
I'm not sure what compelled me to finally buy the book, maybe curiosity. But I was surprised and delighted to find that it is based on physical, biological issues in the body (namely, toxins and parasites). The methods of ridding the body of these disease-causing elements are both eccentric (using electricity) and traditional (herbal formulas).
I have not built the infamous zapper yet, but out of curiosity I might, since I am familiar with some of the other uses of electricity in medicine (eg, the Rife machine), and know it has benefitted people in those circumstances. So far I have found the pet parasite elimination program very helpful, as well as the mold-reducing hygiene tips (soak grains and dried fruit in vitamin c solution to de-mold them - and they taste so much better! non-soaked items now taste musty to me).
My caveat is the following: I was compelled to do some research on this book, and on Hulda Clark. (I am a professional researcher working on a PhD in the humanities, so it's my instinct to check resources as best I can). What I have discovered so far is this: I have read that Hulda Clark died recently (though I haven't confirmed the details on this), and that she seems to have signed off certain rights to a person by the name of David Amrein, who is now the president of the "Dr. Hulda Clark Research Association.
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361 of 375 people found the following review helpful By gcbranco@worldnet.att.net on August 1, 1999
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I am a finance professional from New York City and had suffered from symptoms similar to the ones present in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, although I never had CFS officially diagnosed. As soon as I started looking for a solution I came to the conclusion that I was not going to find it in traditional medicine, but in alternative medicines.
I ran into a photocopied sheet with the recipe for the parasite program, which I did. I then started looking for the book where the photocopy came from.
The most striking thing is that Dr. Clarke doesn't seem to be in this for the money. She explicitly allows reproductions or copies of this book (for free!) without requiring additional permission from the author. How many authors or books allow this? She also describes how to pick up the parts to build a zapper from cheap hardware store parts. Of course if you don't have the patience to build one yourself, you can buy one from one of the available services for about $70.
I have been following most of her advices with excellent results. I have taken all the metal from my mouth, performed over 10 liver cleanses, and done the parasite program on a regular basis. Every time I have a health problem I go to back to the book for reference and invariably find the way to approach the problem.
I cannot say enough good things about this book, although it is not for everyone. If you need absolute scientific proof for everything she says, then... it's not for you.
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135 of 137 people found the following review helpful By jgregg on May 22, 2000
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At age 54, I have suffered from endometrosis for 34 years. First a hysterectomy, at age 32, then a colectomy at age 47 for the adhesions of the hysterectomy. Still no releif from the excruciating pain of endometrosis. January of this year (2000) I had my husband rush me to the emergency room, as the pain was particularly unbearable. All they did was give me a pain shot and unfortunately hit the siatica nerve which took 3 months to correct the leg pain/damage. Still no releif. Since I had read Dr. Clark's Cure for all Cancer, I purchased and read this book, Cure for all Diseases. I built the Zapper and after 2 days use, all abdominal pain was gone and not returned in 3 months. Where was this book 34 years ago? I highly recommend this book and its methods. Believe me I certainly tried all traditional methods with no releif except to releive me of 5 organs and $50,000.
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374 of 392 people found the following review helpful By Blake Watson on May 24, 2000
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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).
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