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Alternatives To Cancer, Inc.

Alternatives To Cancer, Inc.

A conference coming up in April reminds us that there is a lot going on in integrative cancer treatments. Conventional treatments (cut, burn, and poison, essentially) work for a few types of cancers, but completely fail for many. Consider these five-year cancer survival rates : Esophageal: 3% for esophageal cancers that metastasize, which is common in this aggressive cancer; the average for all forms of esophageal cancer is 1520% Lung: 4% for lung cancers that metastasize; the average for all forms of lung cancer is 16% Pancreatic: 2% for pancreatic cancers that metastasize; the average for all forms of pancreatic cancer is 6% Despite these dismal statistics, the conventional cancer industry resists change. Patients with little chance of being cured with chemo get chemo anyway, even though it eliminates any chance the body will recover on its own and makes the end of their life much more miserable than it would have been. Even worse, scientists have found that healthy cells damaged by chemo can secrete a protein which makes cancer worse by triggering more tumor growth. Moreover the cancer cells that survive chemo tend to be the more aggressive ones, which can also lead to faster tumor growth. Its not as if the conventional cancer industry does not have any new ideas. But even when it does have one, it seems to take forever to get it approved and used. A striking example is the use of focused ultrasound as an alternative to surgery and radiation treatment. This major innovation has been used very successfully for prostate and even brain surgery, but is still not used very often or in many areas where it should be, such as esophageal cancer. Why should Americans have to fly to Japan to get this exciting new treatment? Meanwhile, integrative cancer treatments are forging Continue reading >>

All Ipt (insulin Therapy) Messages

All Ipt (insulin Therapy) Messages

Insulin potentiation therapy (IPT) doesn't have anything to do with the treatment of diabetes, and is not a treatment that can be done at home. One of the problems with treating cancer with chemotherapeutic drugs is getting the drug into the cancer cells, but not into normal cells. (Many of these drugs are not cell specific - they will kill or damage whatever cell they get into, regardless of whether it's cancer or a healthy cell - that's why chemo makes people so sick.) Insulin has been found to help get chemotherapy drugs into cancer cells at a much faster rate than normal cells. That's why it's called "potentiation therapy" - it increases the potential of getting chemo into cancer cells while not getting so much into normal cells. And that's why it doesn't have anything to do with treatment of diabetes - this is not for regulation of blood sugar, but to speed along the process of chemotherapy treatment. However, insulin is insulin. The more insulin a person has in their body, the lower their blood sugar will be. Administration of insulin with chemo can and does cause hypoglycemia - therefore it has to be done simultaneously with intravenous glucose administration, to keep people from getting into big trouble with their blood sugar. It is possible that diabetics may be at more risk for problems with IPT than non-diabetics, because their glucose - insulin balance is already messed up. Many clinics in Europe, Asia and Australia are using IPT and getting good results. It's lagging behind a bit in the U.S., but there are clinics that are using it. This site lists drs/clinics who do IPT: search by location THis is an informative article on IPT - a little bit technical, but most of the articles on IPT that I looked at are more technical than this. If you have a hard time u Continue reading >>

Anyone Giving Iv Mms In Australia?

Anyone Giving Iv Mms In Australia?

I was wondering does anyone know of any clinics etc where people are being trained up to give intravenous MMS in Australia? or nearby countries? Or the name of any clinic who does it this way at all anywhere, including Mexico? My partner is very sick and we are thinking that maybe the IV will be the best way to attack his cancer. Jum Humble has been experimenting in Mexico in a clinic near Hermasillo. Last I heard he's had 4 IV applications. If you want to travel perhaps you could go there. If I had cancer I would be looking at more than MMS to treat it. Its really betting on something with a very limited track record for this disease and that does not mean that I would exlude it as cancer has been associated with parasites and other pathogens that MMS seems to be doing well with. There are several excellent cancer clinics in Mexico including the Oasis of Hope. Here is a remarkable caner story but this man still has cancer now in his lungs. Do not be misled. MMS did not bring his results. Radiation and other therapies have sustained his life. Careful, the photos may be shocking to some. "In a nutshell November 2004 I was diagnosed with metasic adenocarcinoma of the head and neck and told it was terminal and I had 3 months to get my affairs in order. My Oncologist said that they could try to operate but I would probably die on the operating table as it was around the Carotid Arteries being a group of Arteries that pass (unprotected) through the front of the Neck and enter the brain. Option 2 was chemotherapy, but was told that it might give me a bit more time (In which they may find a treatment for this type of cancer) but it would take my quality of life away. Obviously neither option appealed to me as I was extremely fit and healthy apart from this so called terminal Continue reading >>

Low-dose Chemotherapy With Insulin (insulin Potentiation Therapy) In Combination With Hormone Therapy For Treatment Of Castration-resistant Prostate Cancer

Low-dose Chemotherapy With Insulin (insulin Potentiation Therapy) In Combination With Hormone Therapy For Treatment Of Castration-resistant Prostate Cancer

Low-Dose Chemotherapy with Insulin (Insulin Potentiation Therapy) in Combination with Hormone Therapy for Treatment of Castration-Resistant Prostate Cancer Medical Center Integrative Medicine, Deliiska Vodenitza Street, Bl. 330, 1592 Sofia, Bulgaria Received 2012 Jan 20; Accepted 2012 Feb 16. This is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited. This article has been cited by other articles in PMC. Purpose. To evaluate the results and quality of life of patients with resistant of castration-resistant tumors previously treated with Insulin-potentiation therapy (IPT) combined with hormone therapy. Materials and methods. Sixteen patients with metastasis prostate tumors after bilateral castration, androgenic blockade, and progression of the disease were observed during the study. The patients were divided into two groups: group A consisting of 8 patients treated with low-dose chemotherapy Epirubicin, Vinblastine, and Cyclophosphamide combined with LHRH agonist and group B consisting of another 8 patients treated with low-dose chemotherapy Docetaxel combined with LHRH agonist. Results. The overall (groups A and B) results concerning PSA after the sixth IPT show partial effect in 8 out of 16 (50%) patients, stabilization in 4 out of 16 (25%), and progression in 4 out of 16 (25%). The median survival for all treated patients is 11,7 months (range 330 months). During the treatment no significant side effects were observed, and no lethal cases occurred. Conclusion. In spite of the small number of the treated patients with castration-resistant prostate tumors, the preliminary results are promising and this gives us hope Continue reading >>

Insulin Potentiation Therapy (ipt)

Insulin Potentiation Therapy (ipt)

Insulin Potentiation Therapy (IPT) is one of the safest and most innovative approaches to treating cancer. IPT is an alternative cancer treatment that has almost none of the side effects such as nausea, radical hair loss, liver damage, and DNA distortion with standard chemotherapy, so it is appealing to patients who recognize the need for chemotherapy but want to do it in a safer, gentler manner. IPT embodies a potentially revolutionary concept in the medical management of a chronic degenerative disease. It has been hailed by those familiar with its precepts as the summum bonum of allopathic medicine.In its applications, physicians who use IPT feel that it offers a comparable level of clinical success compared to conventional full-dose chemotherapy, but typically without side effects such as nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, hair loss, and immune suppression. Dr. Jonathan Stegall founder of the Center for Advanced Medicine, one of Cancer Tutor's verified clinics practices integrative oncology, which involves combining the best of modern medicine with natural therapies. The key to IPT as a cancer treatment lies in the off-label use of insulin, a hormone made by the body. Insulin is responsible for the delivery of glucose from the bloodstream, across cell membranes, and into the cells. Cancer cells have up to 20 times more insulin receptors on their surface than normal cells because cancer requires glucose for its energy production. When insulin is released into the bloodstream by the pancreas in response to a meal, the insulin attaches to these receptors on the surface of the cell and, like a key fitting into a lock, opens channels in the cell wall to allow nutrients to go into the cell. Because cancer cells have more of these insulin receptors, they outcompete the bodys norm Continue reading >>

There Is An Alternative To Conventional Chemotherapy

There Is An Alternative To Conventional Chemotherapy

There is an Alternative to Conventional Chemotherapy There is an Alternative to Conventional Chemotherapy Scottsdale's Dr. Martha Grout describes IPT, a gentler form of chemotherapy Chemotherapy, surgery, radiationthis is the mantra of current recommendations for cancer therapy. Treatment options on the website of the Mayo Clinic, the most innovative, progressive care anywhere, are the following: bone marrow transplantation, chemotherapy, radiation therapy and radio frequency ablation. The incidence of cancer is projected to rise 75 percent by the year 2030. The National Cancer Institute describes the side effects of conventional chemotherapy as fatigue, nausea, vomiting, decreased blood cell counts, hair loss, mouth sores and pain; sometimes, even persistent long-term side effects, like damage to the heart, lungs, nerves, kidneys or reproductive organs. Some types of chemotherapy may cause a second cancer years later. Death from destruction of the immune system and systemic infection is not mentioned, but happens more often than we would like to think. Why are we so quick to put chemotherapy first on the list for cancer treatment? Dr. Graeme Morgan, an Australian radiation oncologist, writes, For most patients, the use of cytotoxic chemotherapy is for the palliation of symptoms and to improve quality of life. However, Morgan concludes, The overall contribution of curative and adjuvant cytotoxic chemotherapy to five-year survival in adults was estimated to be 2.3 percent in Australia and 2.1 percent in the USA. If conventional chemotherapy were less toxic, it might be worth it. But for a 2.5 percent benefit, it is hard to discern the advantages. There is a gentler form of chemotherapy, known as insulin potentiation therapy, low dose (IPT). This therapy is just as effec Continue reading >>

Insulin Potentiation Therapy And Cancer

Insulin Potentiation Therapy And Cancer

Donato Perez Garcia, a medical doctor from Mexico, developed IPT in the early 1930s. In 1939, he registered the treatment with the U.S. Patent Office as a treatment for syphilis and neurosyphilis . Some argue it reduces or removes negative side effects of chemo without reducing overall effectiveness of the treatment. Garcias son and grandson continued working with IPT. In a 1986 paper , they argued IPT can be used as an adjunct when managing chronic diseases. They said insulin naturally makes cell membranes more permeable. This is because cancer cells have more insulin receptors than normal cells. When insulin is released into the bloodstream in response to a change in blood sugar levels, the insulin attaches to these cells and allow nutrients to enter the cell. When the excess insulin receptors on cancer cells are activated, its theoretically easier to specifically target them for treatment. The theory is that when using it with chemotherapy, insulin makes the medication more effective. As a result, its argued that IPT targets cancer cells and requires less chemotherapy to get the same results. Less chemo drugs, then, mean fewer or less severe side effects. Apart from the lack of scientific or clinical evidence endorsing IPT, this treatment does carry a known set of risks. IPT carries a risk of developing hypoglycemia, or low blood sugar. This is potentially deadly. The body releases insulin naturally after a rise in blood sugar . Artificially introducing insulin, such as with IPT, can produce a rapid decrease in blood sugar. If your blood sugar falls low enough, you can experience: After the insulin is administered and blood sugar falls, IPT practitioners rapidly inject a cocktail of glucose and chemotherapy drugs in doses that are below the proven, effective amounts Continue reading >>

Insulin Potentiation Therapy In The Treatment Of Malignant Neoplastic Diseases: A Three Year Study

Insulin Potentiation Therapy In The Treatment Of Malignant Neoplastic Diseases: A Three Year Study

Oncology; Cancer treatment; Insulin potentiation targeted low dose; Low-dose chemotherapy A basic principle in the conventional administration of chemotherapy is the application of maximum tolerated doses at extended intervals of time. Despite the development of novel chemotherapeutics and varied combinations in numerous clinical trials, advancement has proven slow going and arduous. Difficulties such as poorly tolerated levels of toxicity, chemo resistance and an absence of significant prolongation of life expectancy are still unresolved. [ 1 - 3 ]. Efforts in the scientific community over the last decade or so, have led to a new strategy in the application of chemotherapeutics. So called metronomic chemotherapy involves the use of reduced doses of drugs at shorter intervals of time. Initial experimental and clinical results involving this strategy are promising and prompt further investigation [ 4 - 6 ]. A somewhat similar method in the application of chemotherapeutics likewise involves fractionated doses of conventional chemotherapeutics administered at short intervals. This method departs from the heretofore standard application of chemotherapy with the use of insulin as a biologic response modifier. Commonly referred to as Insulin Potentiation Therapy (IPT) or Insulin Potentiation Targeted Low Dose (IPTLD), this method facilitates the selective targeting of malignant cells while sparing normal tissues, resulting in greatly reduced treatment toxicity and improved quality of life as reported by patients [ 7 - 11 ]. Insulin Potentiation Therapy was developed in 1932 by the Mexican military physician Donato Perez Garcia, who reported anecdotal success in clinical practice over the course of three decades. A proposed theoretical mechanism of action was developed scient Continue reading >>

Why You Should Stay Away From Insulin Potentiation Therapy

Why You Should Stay Away From Insulin Potentiation Therapy

YourGuide to Quackery, Health Fraud, and Intelligent Decisions Insulin potentiation therapy (IPT) is one of several unproven,dangerous treatments that is promoted by a small group of practitionerswithout trustworthy evidence that it works. It is claimedto be effective against cancer, infectious diseases, arthritis,and many other conditions. Several patents have been issued, but patents are basedon whether or not something appears to be original. Proof of effectivenessis not required. IPT is based on the notion that intravenous insulin increases the effect of medications so that lower doses can be used. Its promoters suggest that somehow the insulin "opens the pores" of cells throughout the body so that certain drugs enter more easily. It is used mainly for treating cancer. The leading proponent is Stephen B. Ayre, M.D., of Burr Ridge, Illinois, who coined the treatment's name in 1986 [1]. In 2003, his Web site stated: The treatment . . . features an innovative low-dose chemotherapy protocol called Insulin Potentiation Therapy (IPT) that uses 75-90% less chemotherapy than the traditional treatment to destroy cancer cells. This low dose treatment causes little to none of the negative side effects such as loss of appetite, nausea, hair loss and fatigue. IPT was developed in Mexico City in 1932 by Dr. Donato Perez Garcia, Sr. and was used by him for decades to treat a wide variety of cancers, including cancers of the breast, lung and prostate. His son, Donato Perez Garcia Bellon, M.D., and his grandson, Donato Perez Garcia, Jr., M.D, followed Dr. Garcia in this work. Collaborating with these two physicians over the last 25 years, Dr. Ayre studied and researched IPT, resulting in their publication of scientific articles on the therapy in medical journals. Cancer cells have Continue reading >>

Getipt Insulin Potentiation Therapy, Ipt Doctors And Practitioners

Getipt Insulin Potentiation Therapy, Ipt Doctors And Practitioners

If you want to find a physician who practices IPT (insulin potentiation therapy), please visit IPTforCancer.com . If you want to read in depth about the history and science of IPT, If you are an IPT practitioner, please register immediately and stay in touch with the Elka Best Foundation . Dear visitors, physicians, and prospective IPT patients, IPT deserves a robust and excellent professional infrastructure. As of March 12, 2007, I am no longer listing IPT practitioners, nor other health professionals with IPT training. This service task is being taken on by the Elka Best Foundation . EBF is capable and poised to take IPT into a future that we hope will include scientific validation, widespread adoption, and rapid growth. If 77 years of wonderful anecdotes are an indication of effectiveness, then IPT deserves nothing less than the Best. The Elka Best Foundation has taken on the tasks of training and certifying IPT practitioners, providing them continuing education, maintaining listings that are as current as possible, supporting scientific and clinical research, enforcing ethical and practice standards, communicating with patients and advocating for them, organizing professional IPT conferences, and much more. I have seen the need for such an organization for many years, but the skills of others were needed to form it. And here it is. I encourage all IPT practitioners worldwide to immediately register with the Elka Best Foundation, and pay their fees for listing on IPTforCancer.com . And I encourage everyone to support the foundation and its work, through volunteering, advocacy, financial gifts, and simply telling your family and friends. Continue reading >>

Iptdoctorsblacklist-see Who (doctors,clinics,institutions) Is Not Certified To Practice Ipt/iptld

Iptdoctorsblacklist-see Who (doctors,clinics,institutions) Is Not Certified To Practice Ipt/iptld

IPTDoctorsBlacklist-See who (Doctors,Clinics,Institutions) is not Certified to practice IPT/IPTLD The demand for I.P.T. has increased since the year 2001 and with that, the certification of M.D.'s. The Academy for IPT/IPTLD is the official professional organization of IPT/IPTLD physicians and was established to oversee the ethical, professional, scientific and business related development of IPT/IPTLD within each members respective community and our global society at large. List of health practitioners who do not have official training on IPT/IPTLD. Beware of fake IPT/IPTLD certifications. Not every medical doctor can be an I.P.T. Physician. It takes time, effort, preparation and a thorough evaluation to certify a doctor as an official I.P.T. Physician, capable and competent to perform this protocol, always keeping the security of the patient at high priority. Not all doctors are willing to do this hard part, some claim they have improve it, but how can someone improve without knowing the originaland choose toskip an authorized certification by the Academy for Insulin Potentiation Therapy (IPT) Education Department. Welcome to the Official Directory of Certified IPT/IPTLD Physicians, trained and endorsed by Donato Perez Garcia, MD.,Senior Instructor of the Medical Protocol: "Insulin Potentiation Therapy". Please take time to review the IPT Physicians Directory before making any choices on your treating Doctor. "Safety starts with a CHOICE, check the lists"! Official Directory of Certified IPT/IPTLD Practitioners If the doctor, Hospital or Clinic you are looking is not listed here, and you care who is going to take care of your health using insulin potentiation therapy IPT or IPTLD, send an email to: [email protected] and verify IPT/IPTLD credentials Donato Per Continue reading >>

Integrative Cancer Care

Integrative Cancer Care

Posted By Arizona Center for Advanced Medicine || 25-Jun-2018 Chemo, surgery, radiation - this is the mantra of current recommendations for cancer therapy. Treatment options on the website of the Mayo Clinic, the most innovative, progressive care anywhere are the following: bone marrow transplantation, chemotherapy, radiation therapy and radiofrequency ablation.[1] And yet the incidence of cancer is projected to rise 75% by the year 2030.[2] What is wrong with this picture? The National Cancer Institute describes side effects of conventional chemotherapy on its website.[3] Some common side effects from chemotherapy are fatigue, nausea , vomiting , decreased blood cell counts , hair loss, mouth sores, and pain Sometimes, chemotherapy causes long-term side effects that do not go away. These may include damage to your heart, lungs, nerves, kidneys, or reproductive organs. Some types of chemotherapy may cause a second cancer years later. The website does not mention death from destruction of the immune system and systemic infection. Chemotherapy is actually pretty effective for a few cancers.[4] Greater than 10% survival can be attributed to cytotoxic chemotherapy in the following cancers: cervix 12%, ovary 8.7%, testicle 41.8%, Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma 10.8%, Hodgkins Lymphoma 35.8%. Breast cancer gets only 1.5% survival increase from chemotherapy, colon cancer 1.8%, brain cancer 4.9%. Why are we so quick to put conventional chemotherapy first on the list for cancer treatment? Graeme Morgan, an Australian radiation oncologist, writes: For most patients, the use of cytotoxic chemotherapy is for the palliation of symptoms and to improve quality of life. However, Dr. Morgan concludes: The overall contribution of curative and adjuvant cytotoxic chemotherapy to 5-year survival in Continue reading >>

Find An Iptld Physician

Find An Iptld Physician

Welcome to the Official List of Certified IPT/IPTLD Physicians, trained and endorsed by Donato Perez Garcia, MD, Director, Senior Instructor a of the Protocol "Insulin Potentiation Therapy". If the doctor you are looking is not listed here, send an email to: [email protected] and verify IPT/IPTLD credentials ______________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________ Welcome to the Official List of Certified IPT/IPTLD Physicians, trained and endorsed by Donato Perez Garcia, MD.,Senior Instructor of the Medical Protocol: "Insulin Potentiation Therapy". The Academy for IPT/IPTLD is the official professional organization of IPT/IPTLD physicians and was established to oversee the ethical, professional, scientific and business related development of IPT/IPTLD within each members respective community and our global society at large. The intention of the Academy is to assure that IPT/IPTLD is taught and practiced with knowledge and ethics and that all physicians involved are afforded the sharing of solid experience tempered with innovative excellence and that physicians are kept abreast in precise IPT methodology and scientific advancements. The sole purpose is to disseminate accurate, updated knowledge, insure excellence of practice and promise the sharing of continued scientific advancement. The Academy for IPT/IPTLD is interested in a solid holistic and integrated platform of healing and strengthening components: mind, body, spirituality, diet, nutrition, detoxification, immune system health and exercise, to support and strengthen the patients body to further increase the effectiveness of Insulin Potentiation Targeted Low Dose Therapy or IPTLD as a targeted cancer therapy to destroy the cancer, not the patient. The Continue reading >>

Cancer - Natural Therapy And Conventional Medicine

Cancer - Natural Therapy And Conventional Medicine

Cutting edge: other options for testing and supporting cancer elimination Chances are that cancer has touched you or someone you love. About 125,000 new cancer patients were identified in 2013 according to Cancer Council Australia. For many of these patients, complementary and alternative medicines (CAM) will form part or all of their treatment. A 2008 survey of Australian breast cancer patients, for example, found 87.5% had used complementary therapies. Many of these had used four or more therapies. Testing for cancer: measuring circulating tumour cells (CTCs) Circulating tumour cells are cancer cells that have broken away from the primary tumour and are floating around in the blood stream. In testing, CTCs are isolated from the blood and cultured and measured. These cultured cells are tested for sensitivity to chemotherapy, special receptors and supplements. This information can be used to help plan and prioritise treatment plans. CTC's are measured through a number of labs in Greece or Switzerland but, unfortunately, CTC measurement isnt currently offered in Australia. Cancer is treated conventionally with chemotherapy or radiotherapy with or without surgical removal of the cancer. CTC measurements can determine the sensitivity and specificity of conventional or natural medicine treatment for a specific cancer. This helps patients and health professionals plan cancer management. Beyond the conventional - alternative therapies There are many non-conventional therapies, including intravenous vitamin and antioxidant therapy, hyperthermia, photodynamic (PDT), next generation photodynamic therapy (NGPDT) and sonodynamic therapy (SPDT), high intensity focus ultrasound (HIFU), stem cell therapy, autohemotherapy, ozone therapy, hyperbaric oxygen therapy, galvano therapy, in Continue reading >>

Does It Work? / Insulin Potentiation Therapy / Dietary Approaches / Cam-cancer

Does It Work? / Insulin Potentiation Therapy / Dietary Approaches / Cam-cancer

IPT inventor Perez and his successors claimed that several cancer patients were successfully treated with IPT 1 ,3 , though case reports or clinical trials to substantiate these claims have never been published in peer-reviewed journals. More recently, two small clinical studies and four cases have been published in peer-reviewed journals. In a small uncontrolled study 4 , 16 patients with castration-resistant tumours were treated with insulin (0.4 units per kg body weight at 5-day intervals) in combination with goserelin depot (3.6 mg) and low-dose chemotherapy, i.e., eight patients with: cyclophosphamide (0.100.15 g/m2) + epirubicin (3 mg/m2) + vinblastine (0.5 mg/m2), and eight patients with docetaxel (3.6 mg/m2). Overall prostate-specific antigen (PSA) results after the sixth course of IPT showed partial effect in eight patients, stabilization in four patients, and disease progression in four patients; the median survival for all treated patients was 11.7 months. During the treatment no significant side effects were observed, and no lethal cases occurred. In a small prospective, controlled, randomized clinical trial 5 , IPT was tested in 30 women suffering from metastatic breast cancer resistant to 5-fluorouracil + doxorubicin + cyclophosphamide and to hormone therapy with measurable lesions 4 . Patients were divided in three groups of ten: a group receiving only the anticancer drug methotrexate (2.5 mg/m2 every other day), a group receiving only insulin (0.3 units per kg body weight every other day), and a group receiving a combination of both. Drugs were given in two 3-week courses with a 1-week interval in-between. After 8 weeks, the sizes of the target tumours were measured and compared to the respective sizes before treatment. Progressive disease was less freq Continue reading >>

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