I saw a recent post of Dr. Clark’s passing:
I’m sad to say that I’m a bit behind the times. It was a month and 1/2 ago. I only know because someone called me about ozonators today and Dr. Clark’s death was part of the discussion.
I agree with the poster that this is a sad loss for the world. She was not afraid of the boundaries that restrain many physicians today. She published her work on cancer and what her research revealed – even if it was contrary to ‘modern’ understandings of the disease.
Few doctors or scientists can say they dared to go beyond the boundaries of modern day science and research. They are too afraid to stray far outside what peer review boards will accept.
The reason: Once you are ‘black listed’ (so to speak) you will have difficulty getting funding for any research. It is a shame, but politics does play apart in modern day science. And it can be argued (legitimately in my opinion) that this politics holds science back from bringing greater goodness to the human race.
I admire the courage of Dr. Clark. May she rest in peace.
– David Snape
Author: What You Should Know about Gum Disease