To Cure Cancer

Cancer Cure Headline

How many billions have been spent over the years searching for a cure for one of the top killers? How many careers have been launched seeking an answer to the problem? Maybe all those scientists should have just listened to Mrs. H.H. Wing, who wrote to the St. Louis Globe-Democrat in the early 1900s to promote her “cure.” Here’s what she wrote: “To cure a cancer take red clover blossoms and make a strong tea and drink freely. Make a poultice of some of the blossoms and apply it to the cancer, changing the poultice often as is found necessary. A friend of mine told me she knew of two bad cases of cancer to be cured in this way, with no other remedy, one a bad case of cancer on the breast after one of the women’s breasts was almost eaten off [presumably by the disease and not some wild cowboy]. She got the blossoms from a farmer by the sackful, and used them freely. She is now a well woman. I hope anyone that has cancer or other bad sores will try the red clover blossoms.”

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