To truly understand the
heart and passion of this great woman, you must read and feel this quote
from Dr. Clark's books: "From time immemorial, healthy people have
held sick people hostage…I believe hostage-holding of the sick is immoral,
fundamentally unethical, and needs to be stopped."
Dr. Clark - an
Independent Research Scientist
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 in 1958. After doing government
sponsored research for almost ten years at Indiana University, she began
full-time private consulting in nutrition in 1979. She continued her studies
to earn a Naturopathy Degree and an amateur radio license.
Dr. Clark's Personal Health Crisis
The following excerpt is taken from Dr. Clark's original book "The Cure for
HIV and AIDS" Copyright 1993. Dr. Hulda Clark tells about her personal
battle with Herpes simplex, that spread to her eyes and was threatening to
invade her brain!
When we read this, we realized that her battle for answers and uncovering
the truth was more than a humanitarian effort, but it started as a personal
crisis that became a life and death issue for her. We felt that she could
identify with the common person who was fighting for their life against
cancer, HIV, and any other disease.
Talking about Dr. Schaffer, Dr. Clark says "If that excitement had not
reached me, I may not have survived to work on cancer and HIV/AIDS." She
later states "….I am ever grateful." This is the true spirit of Dr. Clark.
She is a kind, selfless, humble, but fearless, courageous, brilliant woman
who has used her own health challenge to take the ball and run with it.