In addition to being an author, practicing attorney, corporate CEO, public figure, and real estate developer, Dr. Clapp was chief executive officer of an international real estate conglomerate, developing hundreds of homes and commercial projects in Hawaii, California, Samoa, the Philippines, and France. He was co-founder of the Bank of Honolulu, trustee of the Hawaii School for Girls, and chaired several public organizations in Hawaii, including the Honolulu Public Transit Authority.
He earned his J.D. degree at the University of Michigan Law School in 1963. His Ph.D., earned at Galien University in London in 1996, was based on the six years of research and writing of this book, in Hawaii; England; San Francisco; Boulder, Colorado; and Santa Monica.
During seven years of intensive research, he studied under several medical doctors, biological dentists, and alternative healers, developing expertise in cleansing, nutritional healing, pH balancing, herbology, homeopathy, bodywork, and energetic and spiritual healing. Combining the best of these healing arts, he developed this successful treatment program (with which he healed himself) for prostate cancer.
Dr. Clapp is co-author of Awaken the Healer Within (Prime Books, 1992), which focuses on the emotional aspects of healing, and he coaches men suffering from prostate problems, including cancer. The carefully tailored version of the plan he gives to each has helped them deal with these life-threatening ailments.
I have done many different approaches to "natural healing" in addition to what this book recommends, but this was my first start...and a very successful one at that. It impressed upon me that eliminating the source of cancer was the key. The conventional doctors in my medical plan (a very comprehensive Fortune 500 company) all agreed that cancer's cause was unknown and the only solution was to eliminate its presence (ie: cut it out now, immediately!). The alternative which Mr. Clapp proposes is to eliminate the cause, the source. As the Prosate90 web site also hosts a free and open discussion group (generally unmonitored except for uncivility) there is lively discussion and several research threads to follow.
People are people. Doctors are doctors. Not all people and not all doctors are the same. I have been extremely fortunate to have procured the tools from this book and its on-line discussion group to gravitate to those medical professionals who truly care about curing the cause and not just eliminating the symptom indicated by a labortory assay.
My own experience from reading this book and joining its discussion group, meeting with others with the same concerns, looking beyond so many different personalitites and attitudes presented therein, is that we have all achieved results above what statistics for PCa show. And that's all we're really looking for...results, results, results.