IPTLD®

Insulin Potentiation Therapy was initially developed by my grandfather, Donato Pérez García, Sr. M.D.
IPT targets the treatment of a cell by changing the bio-physio-chemical constants and parameters of the blood. This pathway initially attacks the cancerous cell itself through its intra-cellular environment and extra-cellular environment by permeabilizing the cell membrane via insulin.

IPT is a targeted therapy for cancer and chronic disease; the power of chemotherapy is directed only to cancer cells and not a patient’s entire body. In addition, the chemo is delivered at a fraction of the normal dose. This approach eliminates or significantly reduces the dreaded side-effects of conventional chemo. IPTLD annihilates cancer cells by employing the very same mechanisms that cancer cells utilize to kill people.

IPTLD® a Registered Trademark by Donato Perez Garcia,MD
Copyright ©1930-2017 Donato Perez Garcia.



Sunday, December 5, 2010

MDANDERSON ,CAPCAM Third Meeting and IPTLD® Treatment.

After my father died in November of 2000 several of his friends and collegues sent condolence emails, the one I am including is from Anthony J Mastromarino, PhD. Assitant Vicepresident for Research at MDANDERSON Houston,Tx.

Tony Mastromarino,PhD and Dr.Charles A Lemaistre both from the MDANDERSON Center were aware of the insulin treatment as my father since the year of 1966 got in touch with them and gave all the information and research he produced. This professional relation lead to the presentation of Insulin Potentiation Therapy at the 42nd Annual Conference on Cancer Research held in Houston on October of 1989 and several years later to an invitation lead by Mary Ann Richardson,MD, also from MDANDERSON to present the Best Case Series on IPT at the Third Meeting of CAPCAM, NCCAM, NIH., in Bethesda, Maryland on September 18, 2000, two months before Donato Perez Garcia Bellon,MD (1930-2000) the son of the inventor of IPT passed away on Thanksgiving day November of 2000.

Here is the email from Tony Mastromarino and following one of the letters sent to my father in February of 1989.


Re: Hello update on our work IPT/IPTLD
Fecha:    10/08/2001 12:49:12 p.m. Hora de verano del Pacíf
From:    A Mastromarino@
To:    drdonato3@iptldmd.com
Donato,

It was great to hear from you.  Sorry for the delay in responding.  I am retiring from M.D. Anderson at the end of this month after 25+ years of service. We will retain our residence in Houston, but will be spending about half the year in Maine at our summer home.  We will also be traveling quite a bit more. Our daughter got married last year and now lives in Heidelberg, Germany so we have a place away from home.  I am trying to get everything wrapped up here before I leave. It was great to learn that Paul Carbone is interested in participating in a clinical trial of IPT. That will add additional credibility to the treatment strategy.  I do admire your tenacity and perseverence---it will pay off!  It is admirable that you are documenting the history and development of IPT in writing.  As I recall your father had initiated such a project.
I believe the first time Steven Ayre and I met was at the 42nd Annual Symposium on Fundamental Cancer Research in October 24-27, 1989 in Houston.  The poster abstract he, your father  and you submitted was presented at that meeting, as you well know.  I'm not sure how long before that I first met your father on his travels to Texas.  I do  remember that  your father was referred to me on one of his visits wehn he called upon Dr. Charles A. LeMaistre (who was President of M.D. Anderson at the time)  and he was not available, but I can't recall the year.  I believe your father knew Dr. LeMaistre well before he joined M.D. Anderson.  Dr. LeMaistre is now retired and lives in Austin.  Your father was always  very kind and thoughtful.  Anytime he visited Texas he would call, usually from San Antonio or sometimes once he had arrived in Houston, and ask if I had time for him to drop by.   Of course, I remember very vividly the last time he visited and we sat in the lobby of the clinic building in the early evening talking about his latest studies as well as his family and my planned retirement.  I promised to let him know my plans and how I might be contacted.

I will always remember your father with fondness.

Tony Mastromarino








In this photo taken at the Third meeting of CAPCAM, Donato Perez Garcia,MD, Mary Ann Richardson,MD and Steven G Ayre,MD. (September, 18, 2000. Bethesda,Maryland)

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Friday, November 26, 2010

The best training workshop on IPT and IPTLD with Donato Perez Garcia, MD (Senior IPTLD & IPT Practitioner)

November 26, 2010

Dr Donato, I was going through my photos from your workshop and wanted to extend my gratitude. I lost my wife to Adenocarcinoma colon cancer 6 years ago and learned about IPT about 2-3 years ago. I was at a Physician assistant seminar in San Diego when I did my own research and found Euro-Med Foundation. I reached Dr Dean and gave me a golden opportunity. I left my background of Orthopedics where I ran my own clinic and referred patients to my supervising Physicians. Since then, I have grown to see the reality and benefits IPT gives those in need. We have a high success rate and I am honored to have been taught by you and excited to put my skills to the test.
I wanted to just let you know I am a serious mid level practitioner that will do what ever I can to make sure IPT lives on. I truly look forward to the future and would love to attend some of your future seminars and wish you the best in your endeavors as well as your family.
Godspeed,
Rick Olesinski PA-C



Left to Right: Ahmad Nasri,MD (Toronto,Canada), Leonhard Wecker,MD (Germany), Ray Mondejar,MD (New York,US), Donato Perez Garcia, MD, Emmanuel Brandeis,MD (Los Angeles,CA), Martin Lee, MD (Bonn,Germany), Rick Olesinski PA-C (Arizona)

Monday, November 15, 2010

The #1 World Leading Medical Center for IPTLD® Treatment.

Donato Perez Garcia Medical Center, established in 1930, has long been recognized as the leading #1 Insulin Potentiation Therapy + Targeted Low Dose IPTLD® medical practice in the world.
Eighty years and three generations of Medical Doctors all named Donato Perez Garcia have worked to bring forth an exceptional treatment for cancer and other degenerative diseases. Donato Perez Garcia,MD (1896-1971) was the pioneer, this intuitive, brilliant, doctor transcended time and saw the profound possibilities of the hormone, insulin. He used insulin in ways that were virtually inconceivable at the time to effectively treat many forms of cancer in addition to numerous other chronic degenerative . Yet, his many successes could not be denied. With IPTLD® the insulin works on the cell membranes and allows chemotherapy to target cancer cells. Donato Perez Garcia, MD (1896-1971) passed this miraculous treatment on to his son,Donato Perez Garcia Bellon,MD (1930-2000), who then passed the treatment down to his own son Donato Perez Garcia,MD 3 who is, as of 2010, the #1 expert on IPTLD® in the world and the recipient of their collective 85 years of experience with the IPTLD® Treatment. And experience isn't just important, it is vital. IPTLD/IPT treatment should be carried out only at a facility where it has become routine.
Donato Perez Garcia Medical Center, established in 1930, has long been recognized as the leading #1 Insulin Potentiation Therapy IPTLD® medical practice in the world.


Donato Perez Garcia, MD
IPT & IPTLD Certified MD., Senior Practitioner.
Ehrenpräsident der Europäischer Fachverband für Insulin-Potenzierte Therapie (IPT/IPTLD).
Hospital Angeles Tijuana is the World Leading Medical Center for IPT & IPTLD® Treatment.

Office phone: 52.664.686.5473
US Phone: 619.994.0355 

Very useful links about IPT treatment


How IPTLD treatment works for you

TIME Magazine article about IPTLD

Why choose IPTLD for the treatment of your cancer

YouTube IPTLD Channel

IPTLD at FACEBOOK

The best #1 IPTLD Doctor

Eighty years & 3 generations of Medical Doctors, all named Donato Perez Garcia, have worked to bring forth an exceptional treatment for cancer & other degenerative diseases. Donato Perez Garcia,MD (1896-1971) was the pioneer, this intuitive, brilliant, doctor transcended time and saw the profound possibilities of the hormone, insulin. He used insulin in ways that were virtually inconceivable at the time to effectively treat many forms of cancer in addition to numerous other chronic degenerative . Yet, his many successes could not be denied. With IPTLD the insulin works on the cell membranes and allows chemotherapy to target cancer cells. Donato Perez Garcia, MD (1896-1971) passed this miraculous treatment on to his son,Donato Perez Garcia Bellon,MD (1930-2000), who then passed the treatment down to his own son Donato Perez Garcia,MD 3 who is, as of 2010, the #1 expert on IPTLD in the world and the recipient of their collective 85 years of experience with the IPTLD® Treatment.
Donato Perez Garcia Medical Center, established in 1930, has long been recognized as the leading #1 Insulin Potentiation Therapy +Targeted Low Dose IPTLD medical practice in the world.

Donato Perez Garcia, MD
IPT & IPTLD Certified MD., Senior Practitioner.
Ehrenpräsident der Europäischer Fachverband für Insulin-Potenzierte Therapie (IPT/IPTLD).
Hospital Angeles Tijuana is the World Leading Medical Center for IPT & IPTLD® Treatment.

Office phone: 52.664.686.5473
US Phone: 619.994.0355  

Sunday, November 7, 2010

The best #1 IPT Doctor

Eighty years and 3 generations of Medical Doctors, all named Donato Perez Garcia, have worked to bring forth an exceptional treatment for cancer and other degenerative diseases. Donato Perez Garcia,MD (1896-1971) was the pioneer, this intuitive, brilliant, doctor transcended time and saw the profound possibilities of the hormone, insulin. He used insulin in ways that were virtually inconceivable at the time to effectively treat many forms of cancer in addition to numerous other chronic degenerative . Yet, his many successes could not be denied. With IPT the insulin works on the cell membranes and allows chemotherapy to target cancer cells. Donato Perez Garcia, MD (1896-1971) passed this miraculous treatment on to his son,Donato Perez Garcia Bellon,MD (1930-2000), who then passed the treatment down to his own son Donato Perez Garcia,MD 3 who is, as of 2010, the #1 expert on IPT in the world and the recipient of their collective 85 years of experience with the IPT Treatment.
Donato Perez Garcia Medical Center, established in 1930, has long been recognized as the leading #1 Insulin Potentiation Therapy IPT medical practice in the world.


Donato Perez Garcia, MD
IPT & IPTLD Certified MD., Senior Practitioner.
Ehrenpräsident der Europäischer Fachverband für Insulin-Potenzierte Therapie (IPT/IPTLD).
Hospital Angeles Tijuana is the World Leading Medical Center for IPT & IPTLD® Treatment.

Office phone: 52.664.686.5473
US Phone: 619.994.0355 

Sunday, October 24, 2010

The #1 World Leading Medical Center for IPT Treatment.

Donato Perez Garcia Medical Center, established in 1930, has long been recognized as the leading #1 Insulin Potentiation Therapy IPT medical practice in the world.
Eighty years and three generations of Medical Doctors all named Donato Perez Garcia have worked to bring forth an exceptional treatment for cancer and other degenerative diseases. Donato Perez Garcia,MD (1896-1971) was the pioneer, this intuitive, brilliant, doctor transcended time and saw the profound possibilities of the hormone, insulin. He used insulin in ways that were virtually inconceivable at the time to effectively treat many forms of cancer in addition to numerous other chronic degenerative . Yet, his many successes could not be denied. With IPT the insulin works on the cell membranes and allows chemotherapy to target cancer cells. Donato Perez Garcia, MD (1896-1971) passed this miraculous treatment on to his son,Donato Perez Garcia Bellon,MD (1930-2000), who then passed the treatment down to his own son Donato Perez Garcia,MD 3 who is, as of 2010, the #1 expert on IPTL in the world and the recipient of their collective 85 years of experience with the IPT Treatment.
Donato Perez Garcia Medical Center, established in 1930, has long been recognized as the leading #1 Insulin Potentiation Therapy IPT medical practice in the world.


Donato Perez Garcia, MD
IPT & IPTLD Certified MD., Senior Practitioner.
Ehrenpräsident der Europäischer Fachverband für Insulin-Potenzierte Therapie (IPT/IPTLD).
Hospital Angeles Tijuana is the World Leading Medical Center for IPT & IPTLD Treatment.

Office phone: 52.664.686.5473
US Phone: 619.994.0355 

Very useful links about IPT treatment

Why Choose IPTLD for the treatment of your cancer

TIME Magazine article about Insulin Potentiation Therapy

YouTube IPT/IPTLD Channel

IPT/IPTLD at FACEBOOK

Friday, October 22, 2010

Surgery can cause Breast cancer to return

Women's Health Letter , February 2005
www.womenshealthletter.com

In this interesting article you will find the answers and it will help you to decide on being treated with a kinder, gentler and effective low dose chemotherapy protocol called Insulin Potentiation Therapy Targeted Low Dose or IPTLD & IPT.

Office of Donato Perez Garcia, MD
IPT & IPTLD Certified MD., Senior Practitioner.
Ehrenpräsident der Europäischer Fachverband für Insulin-Potenzierte Therapie (IPT/IPTLD).
Hospital Angeles Tijuana is the World Leading Medical Center for IPT & IPTLD® Treatment.

Office phone: 52.664.686.5473
US Phone: 619.994.0355  


Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Maureen Kennedy Salaman, A Story behind the Cancer Advocate and cancer patient

A Story behind the story of a cancer advocate and cancer patient that was treated with IPT/IPTLD by Dr.Donato Perez Garcia,MD., and with Homotoxicology by Dr.Ricardo Duenas, MD. (from the year 2005.Archives of Donato Perez Garcia,MD.)

She was known as "The First Lady of Nutrition", Maureen Kennedy Salaman,was an internationally known expert, lecturer, and author in the field of health and nutrition.
Early in the year of 2005 she was diagnosed with cancer, being and expert on nutrition and an advocate on alternative cancer treatments she seek treatment at IBC and other Tijuana Clinics with no significant results. 
Maureen came to my office on August 16 of 2005 she was in a very poor health condition, on her first visit she did not mention to me who she was, she only asked me to help her and that she wanted to receive my IPT/IPTLD treatment for her late stage cancer. On one of her subsequent visits to receive her IPT/IPTLD treatment she came in with a big smile and she started to talk with me about herself, she was very grateful that she found me and that my IPT/IPTLD treatment made her feel better almost from the first administration. She handed me a gift, two of her books signed and a very enthusiastic "Thank you Dr.Donato and Dr. Duenas for helping me".





Donato Perez Garcia, MD
IPT & IPTLD Certified MD., Senior Practitioner.
Ehrenpräsident der Europäischer Fachverband für Insulin-Potenzierte Therapie (IPT/IPTLD).
Hospital Angeles Tijuana is the World Leading Medical Center for IPT & IPTLD® Treatment.

Office phone: 52.664.686.5473
US Phone: 619.994.0355 

Monday, October 18, 2010

If Tijuana is safe enough for Al Gore, three Nobel laureates and a founder of Twitter, isn't it safe enough for anyone?

San Diego Union Tribune
October 7th, 2010
If Tijuana is safe enough for Al Gore, three Nobel laureates and a founder of Twitter, isn't it safe enough for anyone?

San Diego Union Tribune Electronic Edition 

Office of Dr.Donato Perez Garcia,MD.
IPTLD & IPT Senior Certified Practitioner.
Hospital Angeles is the world leading Medical Center for IPT & IPTLD Treatment.
Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico.
Office Direct Telephone: + 52-664-686 5473

Friday, September 3, 2010

How does Dr. Donato Perez Garcia,MD services and Hospital stands

The opinion of the son in law of a cancer patients about the family experience of being treated in Tijuana by Dr. Donato Perez Garcia,MD. (September 2, 2010)

 

Comment by Donato Perez Garcia,MD
IPT or IPTLD is not a product that comes in a Box and the trained IPT doctor opens and mixes it to deliver. 

IPTLD/IPT is a service provided by a talented, trained, educated and experienced, medical doctor that requires him/her to know the principles of pre treating your body with insulin and what it does and then to know the different chemo drugs, which ones can be combined and their possible side effects.  Pre treating a patient with insulin helps to potentiate or enhance the effect of that chemo drug and this means that resistance is minimized. 

The combination of chemo drugs I choose are based on several factors for each patient, age, sex, allergies, diet habits, exercise and activity history, among some and I choose the best ones that the pharmaceutical companies consider their best ones. Of course the amount I choose is considerably less than what the manufacturer recommends because I am using it in combination with the potentiating effect of insulin. 
If the patient has a cancer recurrence and is concerned with the combination that I will use I can tell you and assure you that during my more than 28 years of practicing IPTLD/IPT (something none of my IPT students worldwide have) I have seen that patients that were told they were resistant to XYZ chemotherapy drug they respond when used along with insulin. If the patient comes with tests -sensitivity- done on the tissue or the blood that reports which ones are effective, I take a look and have them as plan B, C, D, etc, because these tests are done for the standard chemotherapy dosages not for the IPTLD/IPT protocol; when these tests consider the chemical-physical changes insulin produces then the tests will definitely be more accurate to be used with IPT/IPTLD. 
I can use from 2 to 4 different chemotherapy drugs

Wednesday, September 1, 2010

A matter of perfect timing to receive your low dose chemo with IPTLD

Visual Description of your morning IPTLD treatment with
Donato Perez Garcia,MD
in Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico.

Mrs. Walser (from Germany) was video taped on the morning of Monday August 30, 2010 to produce small video clips that show what you will experience while under my professional care.

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She Registers with the Cashier, leaves a deposit  and sign's the consent forms
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Mrs Walser is taken to the out patient care room area and placed in a private room.
 
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The Nurse prepares all material that will be used for the administration of the IPTLD & Hyperthermia treatments.
 
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The patient is prepared, first body weight and vital signs
 
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The Nurse fills all syringes and marks its content.
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Nurse and Doctor makes sure the IV is working and placed inside a vein.
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The patient receives the low dose of rapid acting Insulin and the time is recorded as well as the blood pressure, pulse, temperature, oxigen saturation and the heart rate is monitored.
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Finally the good news: Email sent on September 2, 2010
Hello Dr. Donato.
I just got the good news from my thermography. There is no sign of new growth.
Finally, some concrete info. Thank you for your great work.
See you soon.
Helma

Timing of cancer chemotherapy is crucial for the success of treatment

Timing of cancer chemotherapy is crucial for the success of treatment


Back in the year 1980, R. North an immunologist from the Trudeau Institute in New York and colleagues were able to produce immune cycling with tumor regression by directing chemotherapy to immune suppressor cells. He also reported that if chemotherapy was given at the wrong day and earlier, it will not work, instead the tumor will grow faster and will give the impression that the tumor was resistant to the chemotherapy drug. (Science Magazine,May 2010)

While several of the IPT doctors that I have trained on Insulin Potentiation Therapy  (IPT)  and some patients who have a cancer recurrence are concerned with finding which chemotherapy drug will work best I tell them that to have a successful treatment of cancer depends on the accurate timing of delivering chemotherapy to match the fluctuation in each patient's immune system.

Not all cancer patients are cured by surgery, radiotherapy, biological therapies, alternative treatments, standard high dose chemotherapy or even low dose chemo. Some patients achieve a complete regression, others do not respond and others appear to have some level of clinical response.

Traditional cancer therapies affect some cancer cells but also normal cells and produce the well known side effects.

Today September 2010, my Insulin Potentiation Therapy +Targeted Low Dose chemotherapy has been taking advantage of the immune system cycle using it's regulatory mechanism by enhancing selectively the T cells in a cycle specific manner due to the actions of the insulin that acts as a modifier of the cell biologic response. Insulin enhances (potentiates) the anticancer effects of chemotherapy drugs.

Since Donato Perez Garcia,MD (1896-1971) the creator on this treatment for cancer and chronic degenerative diseases started to treat patients, he set the treatment appointments for every 7 days, this was back in the year 1930 for chronic degenerative diseases and in 1946 for cancer. He noted that patients had very good responses when they received their chemotherapy every 7 days. It was the time when observation and good clinical judgment played an important factor. His observations came to scientific support until the year 2009 when a team of Medical Doctors (Coventry, Ashdown, Quinn, Markovic, Yatomi-Clarke & Robinson) from  Department of Surgery & Tumor Immunology Laboratory, University of Adelaide, Royal Adelaide Hospital, Adelaide South Australia identified the homeostatic immune oscillations in cancer patients that CR a protein indicated. This CRP is associated with inflammation and the activation of the immune system. (Journal of Translational Medicine 2009,7:102)

To my patients treated here in Tijuana, Baja California this means that they are receiving their chemotherapy protocol on the correct day, achieving the disruption of the regulatory circuits that protect the tumor cells.  With my IPTLD protocol my patients are also taking advantage of the induced and controlled hyperthermia that insulin produces and it is well known that a high body temperature also helps in the fight against cancer.
I started to treat cancer and chronic degenerative disease patients back in 1983 and during these 28 years or clinical practice I have seen several cancer patients that were initially treated with standard chemotherapy, responded well but later developed a cancer recurrence. Several of these patients who developed a metastases or recurrence were told that  they build chemo resistance. When I started to treat them using the low dose insulin that acts as a modifier of the cell biologic response with the same chemo drugs they received as their first treatment they all had a good response. No need to mention that the Greek test to detect chemotherapeutic drugs sensitivity was not available.

CONCLUSION: To over come resistance of chemotherapy drugs -when they stopped working- the pre-treatment administration of insulin as it is done on IPTLD, is the solution to enhance the effect of the chemotherapy drug, making the use of insulin an important one to deliver effectively your chemotherapy drug combination at the right time and day to match your immune system activity . If the problem of making the chemo drug effective is solved by the pre-treatment administration of insulin, the sensitivity test to different chemo agents may not be as necessary as you may think in order to treat metastases or recurrences, because when the drugs are given on the right time and day, the response is a success. I have seen this happen many times during my 28 years of clinical experience with IPTLD/IPT and no other IPT doctor can compete with my long clinical experience of doing IPT/IPTLD.

Sunday, August 29, 2010

How do patient's feel after an IPTLD cancer treatment

Patients receive a low dose of insulin to induce a controlled and safe state of hypoglycemia and receive the low dose chemotherapeutic drugs. Once the intravenous chemo is completed a 20cc syringe filled with 50% Glucose is administered to terminate the hypoglycemia. 

The blood sugar is measured and then patient is ready to have a meal. 

This patient choose to have enchiladas.

Yes Frank has cancer, he does not look ill as the other patients he sees every morning that ride on the Shuttle to the other Clinics here in Tijuana.

He comments that all the patients being treated at the other Clinics look pale, weak and they do not believe him that he can have breakfast after receiving IPTLD Low Dose chemotherapy, not only enchiladas he also had in previous treatments a vegetarian egg omelete with hot & fresh Mexican salsa !

The Hospital Chef, Daniel, prepared the enchiladas for him.

Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Adjuvant perfusion Hyperthermia therapy & IPTLD

Monday August 9, 2010

Hyperthermia therapy is a type of medical treatment in which a body tissue is exposed to high temperatures to damage and kill cancer cells or to make cancer cells more sensitive to the effects of radiation and certain anti-cancer drugs. Perfusion Hyperthermia Therapy is a new procedure offered to cancer patients being treated with IPTLD at my Clinic as of August 9 ,2010.
Sheri was the first patient treated with perfusion Hypoerthermia after receiving her Insulin Potentiation Therapy +Targeted Low Dose (IPTLD) chemotherapy.


This morning, Sheri arrived to my Clinic as usual, no breakfast and ready to be the first patient to be treated with IPTLD and perfusion hyperthermia therapy. She received her IPTLD via her port but today a special two line catheter was placed on her left sub-clavian vein. The whole procedure took 7 hours and was done without complications. It was well tolerated and Sheri left the out patient care area of the Hospital feeling well. Sheri has been receiving IPTLD low dose chemo without side effects, after 15 IPTLD cycles she looks and feels very good, no hair loss and after low dose chemo is administered she eats a nice breakfast (vegetarian egg omelette with fresh spicy tomato sauce, fresh papaya juice, fresh fruit, extra -fresh & hot- jalapenos and a low fat & sugar liquid yoghurt)



Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Does anyone care to tell the truth about the War on Cancer opinions by healers?

Hello Paul

This is your question/concern (July 18,2010):
"Dr. Donato: I am forwarding you a email from a gentleman who claims he talked with you about IPT treatments and you will see in his email that he stated IPT only works part of the time with stage 3 cancers and none of the time with stage 4.   I am concerned as my mother is there right now for treatments and I hope that the IPT will be of benefit for her.  Could you please respond to this man’s comments. Paul"

Paul, the following pictures show what IPT for Stage 4 Breast cancer can do: a significant improvement, documented with pictures. Evidence based medicine.

This lady refused to be treated by the standard medical approach, she decided to go alternative and have IV's with high dose Vitamin C and other supplements provided by a Physician in California, as you can see none of the administered supplements had an effect on the cancer. The picture was taken on the first visit , prior to start my IPT protocol. You can see the nipple retracted, several red lumps, and coagulated blood.(June 20, 2002).


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After 9 months , because for this patient it was difficult to travel from Hawaii to San Diego - Tijuana, region on time and and follow my IPT protocol , see photo labeled Mar_3_2003_13, notice the change an improvement in a Stage 4 Cancer, refractory to many chemical substances. Just by looking at the picture you can notice that late Stage 4 CANCER PATIENTS DO WELL WITH IPT, Stage 4 Cancer patients treated with IPT or IPTLD respond and improve some even had a dramatic improvement response.




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Paul, as you can see my IPT protocl administered to this patient in a late Stage 4 of breast cancer, helped her, had a significant improvement and I assure you that IPT works.
In the case of your mother with Multiple Myeloma , when I saw her for the first time (May 17,2010) she had a recent blood test that reported an abnormal elevated B2 Microglobulin, you have the report from the lab. I started to treat your mother with my IPTLD protocol and after SIX treatments the lab reported a reduction in the concentration of B2-Microglobulin, that reduction was a positive response to my IPTLD protocol.
Paul it is important that if you decide to receive a treatment, try to choose the doctor that has more experience, and screen the opinions of people that only talks without having the required information on the subject, like these Physician from California who does not know what is IPT, his opinions about my IPT treatment reflect a lack of knowledge on the subject. 
IPT and IPTLD are safe, not all patients can be cured or treated with IPT or IPTLD , but the majority 95% of my patients respond to my protocol and get remissions, lasting ones.


Sincerely


Donato Perez Garcia, MD. (IPTLD®)

Asparagus against Cancer ?

Asparagus contains a good supply of protein called histones, which are believed to be active in controlling cell growth. For that reason, I believe asparagus can be said to contain a substance that I call cell growth normalizer.That accounts for its action on cancer and in acting as a general body tonic. In any event,regardless of theory, asparagus in your daily diet (canned or fresh), will give you some benefits. It has been reported by the US National Cancer Institute, that asparagus is the highest tested food containing glutathione, which is considered one of the body's most potent anticarcinogens and antioxidants.

Saturday, May 15, 2010

Does anyone care to win the War on Cancer ?

Does anyone really care to win the War on Cancer ?

Insulin Potentiation Therapy +Targeted Low Dose (IPTLD) or Insulin Potentiation Therapy (IPT) is a well known modality around the world among Integrative and Complementary Medicine physicians. This form of treatment for cancer has been practiced since 1946, by the late Donato Perez Garcia,MD (1896-1971) -my grandfather- and since March of 2000 in the USA.

IPTLD or IPT as a treatment modality is in fact nothing more than low dose chemotherapy, similar to metronomic therapy, which uses insulin as a biological response modifier, thus targeting the cancer cells. There are numerous studies that show insulin makes certain chemotherapeutic agents more effective.

As a practicing IPTLD / IPT physician since 1982, I have found this form of treatment to be very gentle and very beneficial to most patients. There are several physicians, that I have trained since the year 2001, around the world that report similar outcomes.

IPTLD or IPT uses the same chemotherapeutic agents used in traditional oncology except in lower doses. The dosage is lowered to prevent damage to the immune system. The insulin, which may be considered an off-label use, acts to target the chemo agents only to the cancer cells. Off label use of approved drugs is a subject covered in the Book "Physician's Desk Reference" and it is permissible under FDA law.   In fact the vast majority of drugs approved by the FDA are used off label even in neonatal and pediatric situations despite the fact that these are very vulnerable populations.

Insulin has a very long history of safety.

The Boundaries between Practice and Research in Medicine have been bitterly debated by the insurance industry.  However, the 'Belmont Report' which is considered the gold standard of ethics and medical research, clearly dictates how "the practice of medicine and the research in medicine" should be conducted.

The IPTLD or IPT is considered by many third-party payers to be experimental or investigational but this is for the purpose of payment decisions. This suggests hesitancy by insurers to adopt new therapies and thus cost-containment by limiting claims.

The practice of accepted therapy is best described by the Belmont report. The Belmont Report delineates the boundaries between the "practice of medicine" and "research in medicine". The term "practice" refers to interventions that are designed solely to enhance the well-being of an individual patient and have a reasonable expectation of success. By contrast, the term "research" designates an activity designed to test a hypothesis and draw conclusions for general knowledge and use. Furthermore, according to the Belmont report, when a clinician departs in a significant way from standard or accepted practice, the innovation does not, in and of itself, constitute research. The fact that a procedure is "experimental" in the sense of new, untested or different, does not automatically place it in the category of research. Nevertheless, although IPTLD or IPT is different,  it has been well tested by hundreds of physicians, around the world over the past 80 years -since 1930-.

Investigational and experimental are terms of art whose meaning depends on context.  IPTLD may be legally performed without further authorization or approval by the FDA [or equivalent authorities] because IPTLD / IPT uses approved drugs.

The use of insulin is an off-label use, which is within a physician’s legally authorized privilege to perform. The FDA [or FDA equivalent authority in each Country] does not have the jurisdiction or the interest in interfering with off-label uses of approved drugs.

When the question is whether a physician may legally employ the IPTLD/IPT protocol the answer is that they may. Usage of combinations of drugs into a protocol are not subject to FDA [or FDA equivalent authority in each Country] approval and the protocol is not investigational or experimental, but rather a regimen that uses drugs in a mixture of approved and off-label uses.

In my practice the greatest majority of cancer patients are in stage III and IV. Prior to visiting my office, they have had all the traditional oncology work up and treatment with surgery, chemotherapy and radiation. Most only come to me and my IPTLD / IPT colleagues once they have failed the traditional approach and are sent home by mainstream doctors who feel they have exhausted their treatment options. Surprisingly the majority of these patients get a second chance in life with IPTLD / IPT treatment. Most of them live a peaceful and joyful life with their families without multiple hospitalizations, hair loss, weight loss or devastating infections. Some of them go into remission for a very long time. These patients eventually die in peace without dying every day from complications.

As an IPTLD / IPT physician I also see and treat cancer patients that absolutely and categorically refuse any form of traditional oncology treatments. As an IPTLD / IPT physician in keeping with the Hippocratic Oath, I feel obligated to help patients who have researched alternative methods and made a conscious decision to go in that direction. After all, these patients, like me, are citizens that live, work and pay taxes. They have a right to receive care from any legitimately trained physician of their choice.

As an IPTLD / IPT physician I applaud the marvels of Western Medicine, but I also believe in the freedom of choice. We are doctors, but doctors are sometimes patients too. These patients who undergo integrative therapies have given fully informed consent, and as in the case of conventional therapy, no cure is ever promised. As  an IPTLD / IPT physicians I am obligated to offer my knowledge and services to my patients without prejudice. Remember that for those that have failed traditional oncology treatments and who seek IPTLD/IPT treatments, having IPTLD/IPT available is a Godsend.   When one is faced with death they have every right to alternative treatments, especially when those treatments have been shown anecdotically through the past 80 plus years to be safe.

IPTLD or IPT should by all rights be in the mainstream, but for the fact that insurers look for any excuse to call any less common procedure investigational.

The public demands freedom of choice, especially when variations of chemotherapy - both low and high dose are in the literature and being done at major institutions such as Mayo Clinic and Hospitals around the world.

Thursday, May 6, 2010

Explain briefly how should be the procedures

As it is a new treatment method to us, so we are wondering how is the procedure.

So can you explain briefly how should be the procedures including: pre-checking, diagnose, treatment etc. I mean, if the patient must go to your hospital first, then meet you and have a blood test or CT or scan.........? That is to say what is the steps ? 

The reason I ask this question is that the patient is weak, so we want to know as much as information and make a better arrangement before going there.

Awaiting for your information.

LiNa
(patient from China)


Here is what the procedures should be

1- Make plans for travel and confirm the date before you purchase your tickets with me or my office assistant as she knows the dates I am out of the office or out of town
2- Gather copies of relevant clinical records like: initial tests for diagnosis of the cancer, like biopsy, PET, CT ,MRI scans or xray tests. blood tests including tumor markers and the latest copies of lab works and xrays, so you only bring a small package of papers with you
3- On the morning of your initial consultation, preferably come in a fasting state ( drinking water is fine) to my office where the interview, physical exam and review of your records will take place. At the end of this talk the patient is asked to pay for the consultation and the IPTLD treatment (cash, VISA or MASTERCARD)( NO traveler checks accepted)

4- If there is a need to do a tests I will tell you and explain why and this will be done in the out patient area where the treatment is administered, this tests can be blood tests or xray to have a baseline information before starting the IPTLD protocol. Before entering the out patient care area the Hospital requires a deposit and fill registration papers to receive the treatment.
5- After the treatment is administered the patient will be given food, a fresh, hot and healthy meal before leaving the out patient care area. Usually the treatment takes 2 - 4 hours during the morning. the patient goes back to the Hospital cashier to settle the treatment bill and receives an itemized statement. Can pay with cash, VISA, MASTERCARD, AMERICAN EXPRESS.
The patient leaves the Hospital back to where it is staying.


You will be treated with the Insulin Potentiation Targeted Low Dose treatment or IPTLD protocol, and this means that the insulin to be administered is calculated using the pre treatment blood sugar as this is effective, accurate, safer and more potent approach.
If you were told by the IPT doctor that the protocols are the same - IPT and IPTLD- , it is not accurate, the IPT protocol, in use by all IPT doctors I have trained, calculates the insulin to be administered depending on body weight and not always the body weight on the morning of your treatment. 

Why Cancer should be treated as a chronic disease

Among one of the problems with cancer treatment today is that doctors and patients seek the fastest solution in the shortest time frame.
Cancer must be viewed as a chronic disease, needs long term treatment, managed care, an exercise program, adequate body rest with good sleep, dietary guidelines and water intake, daily medications and spiritual help.

If patients from the very beginning were told about this and the treatment offered also developed for this purpose, I am sure that there will be less recurrences, less complications, less depressed people, and much more stories of real long term remission or cancer free patients for the rest of their lives, not for 5 years.

Monday, April 19, 2010

Video Interview with Donato Perez Garcia,MD

VIDEO INTERVIEW

To see an extensive interview with Dr. Donato Perez Garcia go to:


It's a great video where Dr. Garcia shares his wealth of wisdom with us.

Interview by Marcus Freudenmann, of MAXAwareness
( www.maxawareness.com )

Saturday, April 17, 2010

April 10, 2010 marks the 66th anniversary of a Time article, dated April 10, 1944, Medicine: Insulin for Everything

Insulin: the Amazing Underestimated Medical Treatment

April 10, 2010 marks the 66th anniversary of a Time article, dated April 10, 1944,  “Medicine:  Insulin for Everything”. Eighty years and three generations of Medical Doctors have worked to bring forth an exceptional treatment for cancer and other degenerative diseases.  This treatment was originally known as Insulin Potentiation Therapy.  

I am living proof of the effectiveness of this phenomenal treatment.  My Stage 4 metastasized breast cancer was successfully treated by Dr. Donato Perez Garcia III, but ultimately my gratitude has to go to the man who discovered and developed the treatment, Dr. Donato Perez Garcia, Sr.  This intuitive, brilliant, doctor transcended time and saw the profound possibilities of the hormone, insulin.   This innovative medical doctor, used insulin in ways that were virtually inconceivable at the time.  Yet, his many successes could not be denied.   It is speculated that he treated approximately 40,000 patients with diseases ranging from malaria to rheumatic fever as described above.

Dr. Perez Garcia, Sr. came upon uses for insulin that, at the time, and to this date, are used to effectively treat many forms of cancer in addition to numerous other chronic degenerative diseases.  Then, as today, the results are not clearly understood. Yet they have proven to be effective.  I am an example of a survivor. In addition, there are possibly hundreds of thousands who have benefited from this remarkable procedure.

Dr. Perez Garcia, Sr. passed this miraculous treatment on to his son, Dr. Perez Garcia Y Bellon II, who then passed the treatment down to his own son Dr. Donato Perez Garcia III.  Three generations of Medical Doctors, who, with the passage of time, have used advancements in medical science to change, improve and modify the therapy to treat a multitude of diseases.

I credit my survival to this amazing therapy as do untold numbers of other individuals.  I have met many people who have successfully been treated with IPTLD®.  I have listened to a variety of incredible stories; that is, patients have discussed miraculous healings about themselves and others.  They credit these successes to the third generation of IPT doctors, Dr. Donato Perez Garcia III, who continues to practice in Mexico.  This kind, caring doctor humbly credits his personal accomplishments to his family history.  While he has improved and refined the procedure he acknowledges that his successful practice could not have occurred had it not been for the ingenuity and perseverance of his father and grandfather.

The treatment, originally referred to as Insulin Potentiation Therapy (IPT) is now known as Insulin Potentiation Therapy +Targeted Low Dose® (IPTLD).
Sandi Dunbar        

Monday, March 8, 2010

What are the real differences between the IPT and IPTLD protocols?

Do not be mislead as some say that it is only a change in name, change your IPT doctor.

If you are under the Insulin Potentiation Therapy or IPT protocol, it means that you are receiving a dose of rapid acting insulin that is calculated from your body weight and as a result you will have a potentiation or increased effect of the low dose chemotherapy drugs prescribed to treat your cancer. All doctors that I have trained are doing this protocol.

If you are under the Insulin Potentiation Therapy +Targeted Low Dose or IPTLD as administered by Donato Perez Garcia, MD. it means that you are receiving a dose of rapid acting insulin that is calculated from the actual sugar on your blood and as a result the low dose chemotherapy drugs will be effectively targeted to the cancer cells because the activation of the insulin – insulin receptor complex will mimic the normal insulin response when it binds to its receptor.
IPTLD is an improved delivery protocol, is the right protocol for the right time of administration, it is a targeted therapy that activates the complex of the insulin and the insulin receptor by creating a state of induced, controlled soft hypoglycemia that is needed to allow the entrance of chemo drugs and activates the immune system cycle and possibly knock’s out the inhibitory cells which are released by the immune system during it’s cyclic activity and these cells are responsible to reduce the fighting activity against disease, including cancer.

You can also join me in FACEBOOK , register with the original IPTLD Fan Page, hosted by Donato Perez Garcia,MD., at:

Sunday, March 7, 2010

Seventh Annual IPTLD Conference Munich Germany October 28-29,2010

Seventh Annual IPTLD Conference
organized by:
Donato Perez Garcia, MD (Mexico/Spain)
& Dr.med. Desanka R Petricevic (Munich,Germany)



Munich, Germany
October 28 - 29, 2010

Dear Doctor


Please be my guest at the Seventh Annual Conference on Insulin Potentiation Therapy +Targeted Low Dose or IPTLD / IPT.
This year the plan is to learn about the newest IPTLD protocol.
I am inviting you to share your expertise and your commitment to IPTLD / IPT. 


One of the main topics discussed will be the use of insulin. How to calculate the dose according to the patient body weight as in the IPT protocol versus to the pretreatment blood glucose reading as recommended in the new IPTLD protocol.
Sincerely,
Donato Perez Garcia, MD
 This year the lectures will focus on the standardization of the actual IPTLD protocol. The topics to be covered on Saturday and Sunday October 28 and 29 of 2010, will be:
1.- Description of the IPTLD protocol.
2.- Comparison of the previous protocols used.
3.- What drugs the patient may have before IPTLD
4.- How long to fast the patient before the therapy
5.- How to establish the correct dose of insulin (calculate from body weight versus pretreatment blood sugar reading)
6.- What the Nurse need to do and know
7.- How to monitor the patient after the insulin is given
8.- How to determine the therapeutic moment
9.- How long to keep the blood sugar low
10.- How to return the blood sugar to normal level
11.- How to monitor the patient after the treatment
12.- What to be on the lookout for before letting the patient go home
13.- Know the chemotherapeutic agents used to treat cancer. Pharmacology, indications and side effects.
14.- Use of antibiotics, anti inflammatory, nutritionals,other natural substances, blood tests and Image tests. General recommendations as these are left to the discretion of the doctor.
15.- Complementary treatments that can be used at the same time of IPTLD / IPT
16.- Presentation of Clinical cases treated with IPTLD / IPT.
17.- Submission of your personal experience with IPT or IPTLD accepted. Send me an email.


We will start with a welcome cocktail to celebrate the 114 birthday of Donato Perez Garcia, MD (1896-1971) the discoverer of IPT / IPTLD.
Munchen Germany

Munich
Is the capital city of Bavaria, Germany. It is located on the River Isar north of the Bavarian Alps.

Munich is the third largest city in Germany, after Berlin and Hamburg. There are approximately 1.35 million people living within city limits, while the Munich Metropolitan Area (including the urban areas of Augsburg, Ingolstadt, Rosenheim and Landshut) is home to over 5 million people.

The city's motto is "München mag Dich" (Munich Loves You). Its native name, München, is derived from the Old German word Mönche, meaning "Monks".

The city's name derives from the monks of the Benedictine order who founded the city, hence the monk depicted on the city's coat of arms.

Mark your calender, plan to go to a safe and friendly city in Europe.

Registration and Fee

The meeting room in Munich where the two day Conference will be held is at:

Klösterl-Apotheke
Waltherstraße 32 a, 80337 München
Registergericht München HRA 73779

The cost for the 2 day Conference is 272.00 Euros or $368.00 US (Diploma, IPTLD Book and IPTLD Pin)
(Transport, Hotel and meals on your own)

If you will be attending you must register & pay before September 22,2010. For details on how to pay the Conference fee send me an email: drdonato3@iptldmd.com 


GO TO THE CONFERENCE HOME PAGE
http://events.constantcontact.com/register/event?oeidk=a07e2v48d7d9775717a

No at the door registration.

Hotel Information


This is a list of Hotels close to the Klösterl-Seminarzentrum. (Email and web page)
You choose your place where to stay.

Lindwurmstraße 35, 80337 München
Tel. 089/54 80 18 90, Fax 089/54 80 18 90-99
info@hotel-cocoon.de
www.cocoon-muenchen.de

Hotel St. Paul
St.-Paul-Straße 7, 80336 München
Tel. 089/54 40 78 00, Fax 089/53 46 52
info@hotel-stpaul.de
www.hotel-stpaul.de

Carathotel München
Lindwurmstraße 13, 80337 München
Tel. 089/23 03 80, Fax 089/230 88-199
info@carat-hotel-muenchen.de
www.carat-hotel-muenchen.de

Hotel Müller
Fliegenstraße 4, 80337 München
Tel. 089/23 23 860, Fax 089/26 86 24
info@hotel-mueller-muenchen.de
www.hotel-mueller-muenchen.de

Hotel Uhland
Uhlandstraße 1, 80336 München
Tel. 089/54 335-0, Fax 089/54 335-250
info@hotel-uhland.de
www.hotel-uhland.de

Acanthus-Hotel
An der Hauptfeuerwache 14, 80331 München
Tel. 089/23 18 80, Fax 089/2 60 73 64
info@acanthushotel.de




NEWS

Se the List of IPTLD/IPT trained physicians at:

The 8th IPTLD / IPT Conference will be on October 20 & 21 of 2012 in Vienna, Austria with the collaboration of Dr.med.Thomas Kroiss (Vienna,Austria).

The 9th IPTLD / IPT Conference will be on October 18 & 19, 2014 in Madrid, Spain with the collaboration of Dra.Eudoxia Lopez-Peral (Spain).

The 10th IPTLD / IPT Conference will be on October 22 & 23, 2016 in Geneve, Switzerland with the collaboration of Dr.med. Philippe Gaston Besson, (Geneve,Switzerland).
Visit the IPTLD Channel at YouTUBE:

http://www.youtube.com/iptldonato

Become a Fan,
join the Original IPTLD for Cancer page at FACEBOOK, hosted by Donato Perez Garcia,MD:

FACEBOOK IPTLD

Friday, February 26, 2010

This treatment alert is issued to disseminate information about some health practitioners, that pose imminent risks to your health

This IPT / IPTLD treatment alert is issued to disseminate information about some health practitioners, that pose imminent risks to your health because of the inadequate use of the IPT - IPTLD treatment protocol. Insulin Potentiation Therapy +Targeted Low Dose, IPTLD or IPT, is a true Stage IV alternative cancer treatment. It uses a combination of two orthodox drugs: insulin and a chemotherapy drug, it is the chemotherapy that kills the cancer cells.
If the doctor you are seeing does not have the IPT Certificate (with my original signature)  that proves he or she has been trained on IPT or IPTLD, find another doctor.
if you are under the care of an IPT or IPTLD doctor that does not administer insulin and chemo drugs to treat your cancer, find another doctor. 
I started the training program for medical doctors worldwide back on February of 2001. As of this day all medical doctors bearing an IPT training Certificate were trained by me or by a doctor I trained. It is strongly recommended to anyone considering IPT or IPTLD to use common-sense precautions such as checking if the medical doctor has been trained on the procedure  before he or she treats you with what may not be the correct IPT or IPTLD treatment protocol and visit only legitimate medical doctors. For a List of trained IPT medical doctors clik here IPT/IPTL List

Here is a recent email (Feb 2010) from a patient that found the hard way that the treatment he was receiving was not the correct IPT protocol and that the medical doctor does not have the training on IPT.

Doctor Donato: I'm trying to get a flight for this Sat or Sunday. I'm trying to use air miles due to the outrageous costs of booking a few days down the road, but they want two weeks notice for using air miles. I'm trying to play the "poor cancer patient" card! :-)
Would flying down Friday make sense - is your clinic open Sat to do the tests? Or would Sunday be better to start on Monday?
Anyway, not sure when to book a return - maybe I should only book one way, and book  a return once you recommend what you want to do and for how long.
When I was in your office with my friend last fall, If I could have afforded to do so, I would have went immediately over to your clinic instead of coming home like I did in January - when I realized that Dr. Bautista was not helping me but actually hurting me with his version of IPT. But I couldn't afford it and had to come home to come up with the money for further treatments.
I hope you don't grow impatient with me or think that I'm "nitpicking", but I haven't worked in a year through all this, have exhausted savings and now RRSPs to keep going. I'm not looking for sympathy or special treatment - only that you understand why I ask so many questions about everything.
Thank you very much for "hanging in there" with me.
Respectfully,
Harvey P


IPT / IPTLD ® has been in existence as a therapy since 1930, and has been used successfully as a treatment for cancer since 1946.  Insulin Potentiation Therapy was initially developed in 1930 for the treatment of human disease by Donato Perez Garcia, Sr. MD (1896-1971).
The name IPTLD is a  Registered TRADEMARK of Donato Perez Garcia, MD.
Three patents have been issued for IPT in the United States, and the last two have also been issued in Canada. 
First Patent issued on the year of 1939 to Donato Perez Garcia,MD (1896-1971)
Second Patent issued on 1990.
Third Patent issued on 1992.
These are all primarily method patents.  And medical method patents are generally not enforceable, except through contracts.
None of these patents have ever made any money for their holders, and in fact, they all cost money.   However, they do serve as brief and clear descriptions of IPT, and they serve as historic markers.  
Copyright © 1930 - 2010 Donato Perez Garcia

Monday, February 15, 2010

TIME Magazine article about Dr Donato Perez Garcia

Dr. Donato Perez Garcia was invited to the San Diego Naval Hospital. He treated some patients with good results and TIME MAGAZINE wrote an interesting article.

Read more on TIME.com
http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,796554,00.html 

 
From left to right: Capt.M.D. Wilcutts,MD (USN) from the San Diego Naval Base Hospital, General Juan Felipe Rico Islas, Donato Perez Garcia,MD. December 1943.

 San Diego Union. December 29,1943.
 Talks about the treatment of Donato Perez Garcia,MD