I want to thank you for my Zapper and your health protocols. I keep myself in fair health with my copy of A Cure for All Diseases and a Zapper close by. In fact I gave one to each of my 3 children as a New Year's present. What's a Mother to do for twenty something young adults who have their first jobs or are in college with minimal health insurance. My husband carries his Zapper with him on business trips and doesn't hesitate to use it when he is feeling poorly. I worked in the medical research laboratories of Richard C. Lillehei, Dr. Barbara Burke and Dr. Robert Good at the University of Minnesota Hospital from 1963-1968. While I have an experiential medical background with no formal training, I appreciate your work. Your efforts are Herculean.
I left the hospital to complete my Bachelors Degree in Economics and Political Science. I learned about social change by working with community groups on numerous social issue campaigns over the past 35 years with some success.
It is remarkable to me that despite the concern about AIDS and now SARS, no one is able to gain recognition of your work in using micro currents to deter dangerous pathogens. Over the past several years I have tried to make contacts about the use of micro currents to cure AIDS in the AIDS community to no avail. Being handicapped with Multiple Sclerosis I have been limited to the phone and computer.
Last Spring I began visiting The Bakken - a “Museum for Electricity and Living” to try to better understand my MS. I sent for information the museum presented for high school students published by Medtronic Corporation. The materials arrived with Earl Bakken's card. He is the Founder and Director Emeritus of Medtronic, a company which has had enormous success gaining acceptance for electronic devices in the medical community.
When I heard that former President Bill Clinton had declared that AIDS was one of his top priorities, I decided to write him. When Elizabeth Taylor recently declared at this year's 75th Academy Awards that she was leaving show business to dedicate her life to AIDS, I decided to send her a letter too. What a dynamic trio! I asked myself what could be done if they decided to work together to gain public acceptance of Robert C. Beck and your work.I send the attached copy of my letter to them and many blessings to you for the continued success of your work.