In 59 other cases, however, there was no indication that the patient had undergone any medical test or treatment
that would indicate the presence of a cancer. (In 10 other cases, which Clark diagnosed as HIV
infection, there was no history suggestive of AIDS. In the rest, it was not clear whether the patient had been medically diagnosed with cancer.)
Judging from the reports, Clark's judgments were based entirely on the results of her own peculiar diagnostic tests.