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.
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.

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

Sunday, February 14, 2010

What to expect on the morning of your treatment

Steven G Ayre,MD, being treated with IPT by Donato Perez Garcia,MD (September 25,2008)

A description on what happens on a regular treatment day with Dr. Donato at Hospital Angeles

You need to schedule your morning appointment and present in a fasting state, you can only drink mineral water. The night before your treatment it is recommended that you take a mild laxative with fiber. Except for prescription drugs to control high blood pressure or thyroid disease, all other medications must be stopped on your treatment days.

Once you register at main desk, you will be taken into the out patient care room area and placed into a private room. The nurse will ask you to change your clothes and wear a disposable gown and lie on the bed. She will measure your vital sign, body weight, start the IV saline solution, place the nasal cannula and turn on the oxygen. In the table by the side of the bed you will see that all materials are sterile and new, including the vials of all your chemo drugs (you will always receive new and fresh chemo drugs).

I will be by your side and deliver your medications. The fisrt IV syringe you receive is the combination of homotoxicology to detoxify. Followed by the administration of a low dose of insulin to induce a controlled state of hypoglycemia and at this moment the chemo drugs selected to treat your cancer will be administered IV slowly. Once the administration of the drugs of your protocol is completed a syringe with glucose is delivered to reverse the state of hypoglycemia and balance your metabolism ( you remain alert at all times and no discomfort is experienced). Also you will be given a GATORADE® and a fresh meal that includes a warm dish will be provided (no protein bars, candy or fish is recommended).

Please do not bring: prepacked lunch - prepared early in the morning or the night before- as it can contribute to a stomach upset and medical devices that you can forget. You can bring a music player. Your movil phone if you have a plan that offers coverage outside of your area will work find here in Mexico.

Attention: your body is your house. Take care of your body as you do with your house and your loved material belongings. Maintenance of your body is a must and do it periodically and when you are ill, your body needs more than just a good healthy diet.

See the IPTLD Channel at YOUTUBE and watch these two videos about IPTLD treatment:



Do not interrupt your appointments for your IPTLD treatment

Donato Perez Garcia,MD, Jose Luis Rodriguez "El Puma" singer, Ricardo Duenas,MD

PATIENT: I have a question. Will all this delay, compromise the treatments I have had? I am so worried about it.

Yes interruptions as well as taking supplements that are not prescribed by me because they can interfere with my IPTLD protocol affect the sequence. When a patient comes to my office and decides to begin IPTLD ® I develop a plan for the visits, the chemo drug combination (at least 2 different protocols), the dosage that will be administered, the tests that will be done for monitoring, among a few to mention. Just as when you plan for a trip or when you are building a home, you set dates and times, places and lenght of stay. There are phases to follow and complete at a particular time. If you interrupt your original trip plan or stop the construction of an area there are some consequences.

Many of my patients think that IPTLD looks simple, well I have worked and managed to make the procedure as simple, gentler, kinder and comfortable as possible. I have reviewed what my grand father offered to his patients as well as what my father did and I came with a newer protocol that incorporates the most useful features, one is breathing oxygen during the therapeutic moment and having a fresh food meal after your treatment.

On your very first treatment I will find how your body reacts to the chemotherapy drug protocol I choose to deliver for your specific cancer and how the secondary medications, those that will help your liver, kidney and white cells affect your metabolism. I am prepared even for an abnormal reaction and now a days I can offer you the best possible care.. Every morning you show into my facility I will be listening to your health observations during the past week that will enable me to make modifications that can be adjusting the dose, changing the drug protocol, this to have the best possible result.

Remember you must present on the morning of your treatment in a fasting state, can only drink mineral water. In between your treatments you can have a normal sex life activity, eat fresh vegetables, fruits, fish and drink mineral water.

Breast cancer suspects

What to avoid, from carcinogenic prescriptions to tailpipe fumes.

Breast cancer clearly has a genetic component, but "routine environmental exposures and lifestyle may play a major role," according to a recent groundbreaking study by the Silent Spring Institute and Susan G. Komen for the Cure. The study, published in Cancer, a journal of the American Cancer Society, uncovers 216 common chemicals that have been shown to cause breast tumors in animals and reviews medical literature, including some studies that reveal environmental factors to be influential "in the vast majority of cancers."

Can our "body burdens" be lightened? Silent Spring researchers advocate reducing as many "preventable" exposures from industrial chemical byproducts as possible. Examples abound: 1,4 dioxane, a contaminant in detergents and shampoos, for example, and fluorescent whitening agents, both have been found to cause breast cancer in animals. The researchers argue that most chemicals used in hair dyes and cosmetics have not been tested for their health effects.

A wide variety of prescription drugs have been found to produce mammary tumors in animals-from Reserpine, used for the treatment of mild or moderate hypertension, to Furosemide for pulmonary edema. Many anti-cancer drugs are also known human carcinogens. Check the study's "browse" function under pharmaceuticals
Gasoline, benzene, fuels and solvents
Occupational studies have mainly focused on men, but a few studies on women workers have turned up elevated levels of breast cancer among those exposed to various petrochemical solvents-particularly women working in chemical factories and dry-cleaning shops, hairdressers, nurses in health and science laboratories, and workers in the electronics industry. Benzene, to which we are exposed from gasoline at the pump and from lawn mowers and other appliances that might be stored in garages and basements, is a potent mammary carcinogen, according to Silent Spring researchers.

Household chemicals
Stain-resistant and flame-retardant chemicals have found their way into our lives-in our carpeting, furniture, clothing, cookware, cosmetics, lubricants, paints, and adhesives. Widely detected in blood samples in the U.S., PFOA (perfluorooctanoic acid) has been found to cause breast cancer in animals and is under further investigation.

Silent Spring Institute researchers also point to chlorinated solvents used in paint removers, varnishes, wood sealants, fabric cleaners, dry cleaning chemicals and septic tank cleaners as being suspected human carcinogens.

Drinking-water contaminants
Disinfecting products used to clean water help kill bacteria and keep disease in check. However, Silent Spring researchers caution that some disinfection byproducts of chlorinating water cause mammary tumors in rodents. There's strong evidence for their causing cancer in humans as well. Likewise, many drinking water systems across the U.S. have been found to be contaminated by pesticides and dry-cleaning chemicals.

Hormone supplements
Researchers broadly agree that women's exposures to natural estrogens over time increases the risk of breast cancer. However, it's been only recently that synthetic estrogens and progesterones have been linked to a higher risk for breast cancer.

Findings from the ongoing Million Women Study and the Women's Health Initiative have found that certain kinds of Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT), used to alleviate menopausal symptoms, put women at increased risk of breast cancer.

Ionizing radiation
It wasn't until 2005 that the National Toxicology Program classified X-rays and gamma radiation as causing cancer in humans, but ionizing radiation has long been regarded as the most established environmental risk factor for breast cancer.

We're exposed to X-radiation from medical X-rays, mammograms and other radiopharmaceutical treatments. Though these technologies offer great benefits, unnecessary exposure should be avoided.

Our greatest exposure to radiation is from the gamma rays in natural sunlight, which also provides us with beneficial vitamin D. We get increased radiation from plane travel, as a result of greater proximity to the sun's rays, and because the radiation is less filtered by clouds and particulates. If you live or work close to nuclear power plants, or lived in the era of atmospheric testing of nuclear weapons (1945-1980) you will also have accumulated higher doses of this radiation. According to the National Toxicology Program, those radioactive doses are fortunately on the wane.

Toxins in food
Food can be tainted by pesticides sprayed on crops; antibiotics fed to poultry and other meat sources, and hormones injected into cattle, sheep and hogs. Some foods may increase the risk of breast cancer by increasing circulating levels of estrogen, so Silent Spring researchers advocate additional research in this area. They point to the fact that milk sold in the United States (banned in Canada and Europe) containing insulin-like growth factor 1 may put women at increased risk. Also, grilled or charred meat and fish contain various mutagenic agents that are formed naturally in the grilling process.

Acrylamides-found in french fries, breads and cereals cooked at very high temperatures-pose problems, as do foods contaminated by styrene from polystyrene (Styrofoam) containers. Fish can also be contaminated with a variety of long-banned chemicals like PCBs, which have been linked to breast cancer, as well as by dioxin, a product of incineration and the manufacture of products that contain chlorine, like bleached food cartons.

Drinking alcohol
Most everyone agrees that limiting alcohol consumption can reduce the risk of breast cancer, but the connections appear to get stronger with each new study. Natural cancer-causing substances-primarily urethanes-are found in alcohol, including wine and ale beers. In a recent analysis of 6 studies that examined 322,647 women, each additional 10 grams of alcohol consumed daily (about one drink) equated to an added 9 percent risk of breast cancer.

Industrial combustion sources
Just as components of car exhaust have been linked to breast cancer and a long list of other illnesses, air pollution from refineries and coal plants also compounds the load. Researchers studying air pollution in Erie and Niagara counties in New York state found a higher risk of breast cancer among post-menopausal women whose birth addresses were near locations recording higher levels of PAHs. The researchers, who used historic air pollution data dating back to the 1960s to measure these trends, therefore suggest that exposure in early life to high levels of PAHs may increase one's risk of postmenopausal breast cancer.

Tobacco smoke
Like car and truck exhaust, tobacco smoke is a source of many PAHs. Among these are dibenz[a,h]anthracene, considered by EPA to be "probably carcinogenic to humans" as well as mutagenic-meaning that it can cause genes to mutate. It's laced with many other cancer-causing substances as well, such as dibenzo[def,p]chrysene.

Tailpipe toxins
At the top of the list of common, potent mammary carcinogens are components of car and truck exhaust. Included on this list are PAHs (polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons)-products of combustion-which have been linked to breast cancer in men as well as women.

Breast Cancer, what it is?

IPTLD ® medical treatment advisor. Breast Cancer.

The Breast

Definition of breast cancer: Cancer that forms in tissues of the breast, usually the tubes that carry milk to the nipple (ducts) and the glands that make milk (lobules). It occurs in both men and women, although male breast cancer is rare.

Estimated new cases and deaths from breast cancer in the United States in 2009:

New cases:

* 192,370 (female);

* 1,910 (male)


* 40,170 (female);

* 440 (male)

The breasts sit on the chest muscles that cover the ribs. Each breast is made of 15 to 20 lobes. Lobes contain many smaller lobules. Lobules contain groups of tiny glands that can produce milk. Milk flows from the lobules through thin tubes called ducts to the nipple. The nipple is in the center of a dark area of skin called the areola. Fat fills the spaces between the lobules and ducts.

The breasts also contain lymph vessels. These vessels lead to small, round organs called lymph nodes. Groups of lymph nodes are near the breast in the axilla (underarm), above the collarbone, in the chest behind the breastbone, and in many other parts of the body. The lymph nodes trap bacteria, cancer cells, or other harmful substances.

Cancer begins in cells, the building blocks that make up tissues. Tissues make up the organs of the body.

Normally, cells grow and divide to form new cells as the body needs them. When cells grow old, they die, and new cells take their place.

Sometimes, this orderly process goes wrong. New cells form when the body does not need them, and old cells do not die when they should. These extra cells can form a mass of tissue called a growth or tumor.

Tumors can be benign or malignant:

Benign tumors are not cancer:

Benign tumors are rarely life-threatening.

Generally, benign tumors can be removed. They usually do not grow back.

Cells from benign tumors do not invade the tissues around them.

Cells from benign tumors do not spread to other parts of the body.

Malignant tumors are cancer:

Malignant tumors are generally more serious than benign tumors. They may be life-threatening.

Malignant tumors often can be removed. But sometimes they grow back.

Cells from malignant tumors can invade and damage nearby tissues and organs.

Cells from malignant tumors can spread (metastasize) to other parts of the body. Cancer cells spread by breaking away from the original (primary) tumor and entering the bloodstream or lymphatic system. The cells invade other organs and form new tumors that damage these organs. The spread of cancer is called metastasis.
When breast cancer cells spread, the cancer cells are often found in lymph nodes near the breast. Also, breast cancer can spread to almost any other part of the body. The most common are the bones, liver, lungs, and brain. The new tumor has the same kind of abnormal cells and the same name as the primary tumor. For example, if breast cancer spreads to the bones, the cancer cells in the bones are actually breast cancer cells. The disease is metastatic breast cancer, not bone cancer. For that reason, it is treated as breast cancer, not bone cancer.

No one knows the exact causes of breast cancer. Doctors often cannot explain why one woman develops breast cancer and another does not. They do know that bumping, bruising, or touching the breast does not cause cancer. And breast cancer is not contagious. You cannot "catch" it from another person.

Research has shown that women with certain risk factors are more likely than others to develop breast cancer. A risk factor is something that may increase the chance of developing a disease.

Studies have found the following risk factors for breast cancer:
Age: The chance of getting breast cancer goes up as a woman gets older. Most cases of breast cancer occur in women over 60. This disease is not common before menopause.

Personal history of breast cancer: A woman who had breast cancer in one breast has an increased risk of getting cancer in her other breast.

Family history: A woman's risk of breast cancer is higher if her mother, sister, or daughter had breast cancer. The risk is higher if her family member got breast cancer before age 40. Having other relatives with breast cancer (in either her mother's or father's family) may also increase a woman's risk.

Certain breast changes: Some women have cells in the breast that look abnormal under a microscope. Having certain types of abnormal cells (atypical hyperplasia and lobular carcinoma in situ [LCIS]) increases the risk of breast cancer.

Gene changes: Changes in certain genes increase the risk of breast cancer. These genes include BRCA1, BRCA2, and others. Tests can sometimes show the presence of specific gene changes in families with many women who have had breast cancer. Health care providers may suggest ways to try to reduce the risk of breast cancer, or to improve the detection of this disease in women who have these changes in their genes. NCI offers publications on gene testing.

Reproductive and menstrual history:

The older a woman is when she has her first child, the greater her chance of breast cancer.

Women who had their first menstrual period before age 12 are at an increased risk of breast cancer.

Women who went through menopause after age 55 are at an increased risk of breast cancer.

Women who never had children are at an increased risk of breast cancer.

Women who take menopausal hormone therapy with estrogen plus progestin after menopause also appear to have an increased risk of breast cancer.

Large, well-designed studies have shown no link between abortion or miscarriage and breast cancer.

Race: Breast cancer is diagnosed more often in white women than Latina, Asian, or African American women.

Radiation therapy to the chest: Women who had radiation therapy to the chest (including breasts) before age 30 are at an increased risk of breast cancer. This includes women treated with radiation for Hodgkin's lymphoma. Studies show that the younger a woman was when she received radiation treatment, the higher her risk of breast cancer later in life.

Breast density: Breast tissue may be dense or fatty. Older women whose mammograms (breast x-rays) show more dense tissue are at increased risk of breast cancer.

Taking DES (diethylstilbestrol): DES was given to some pregnant women in the United States between about 1940 and 1971. (It is no longer given to pregnant women.) Women who took DES during pregnancy may have a slightly increased risk of breast cancer. The possible effects on their daughters are under study.

Being overweight or obese after menopause: The chance of getting breast cancer after menopause is higher in women who are overweight or obese.
Lack of physical activity: Women who are physically inactive throughout life may have an increased risk of breast cancer. Being active may help reduce risk by preventing weight gain and obesity.

Drinking alcohol: Studies suggest that the more alcohol a woman drinks, the greater her risk of breast cancer.

Other possible risk factors are under study. Researchers are studying the effect of diet, physical activity, and genetics on breast cancer risk. They are also studying whether certain substances in the environment can increase the risk of breast cancer.

Many risk factors can be avoided. Others, such as family history, cannot be avoided. Women can help protect themselves by staying away from known risk factors whenever possible.

But it is also important to keep in mind that most women who have known risk factors do not get breast cancer. Also, most women with breast cancer do not have a family history of the disease. In fact, except for growing older, most women with breast cancer have no clear risk factors.

Breast Self-Exam You may perform monthly breast self-exams to check for any changes in your breasts. It is important to remember that changes can occur because of aging, your menstrual cycle, pregnancy, menopause, or taking birth control pills or other hormones. It is normal for breasts to feel a little lumpy and uneven. Also, it is common for your breasts to be swollen and tender right before or during your menstrual period.
You should contact your health care provider if you notice any unusual changes in your breasts.
Breast self-exams cannot replace regular screening mammograms and clinical breast exams.
Common symptoms of breast cancer include:
A change in how the breast or nipple feels
A lump or thickening in or near the breast or in the underarm area
Nipple tenderness
A change in how the breast or nipple looks
A change in the size or shape of the breast
A nipple turned inward into the breast
The skin of the breast, areola, or nipple may be scaly, red, or swollen. It may have ridges or pitting so that it looks like the skin of an orange.
Nipple discharge (fluid)
Early breast cancer usually does not cause pain.

Brain cancer,what can be done with IPTLD

IPTLD ® medical treatment advisor. Brain Cancer.

The Brain

The brain is a soft, spongy mass of tissue. It is protected by:
The bones of the skull
Three thin layers of tissue (meninges)
Watery fluid (cerebrospinal fluid) that flows through spaces between the meninges and through spaces (ventricles) within the brain.

The brain directs the things we choose to do (like walking and talking) and the things our body does without thinking (like breathing). The brain is also in charge of our senses (sight, hearing, touch, taste, and smell), memory, emotions, and personality.

A network of nerves carries messages back and forth between the brain and the rest of the body. Some nerves go directly from the brain to the eyes, ears, and other parts of the head. Other nerves run through the spinal cord to connect the brain with the other parts of the body.

Within the brain and spinal cord, glial cells surround nerve cells and hold them in place.

The three major parts of the brain control different activities:
Cerebrum: The cerebrum uses information from our senses to tell us what is going on around us and tells our body how to respond. It controls reading, thinking, learning, speech, and emotions.
The cerebrum is divided into the left and right cerebral hemispheres. The right hemisphere controls the muscles on the left side of the body. The left hemisphere controls the muscles on the right side of the body.
Cerebellum: The cerebellum controls balance for walking and standing, and other complex actions.
Brain stem: The brain stem connects the brain with the spinal cord. It controls breathing, body temperature, blood pressure, and other basic body functions.

Types of Primary Brain Tumors
When most normal cells grow old or get damaged, they die, and new cells take their place. Sometimes, this process goes wrong. New cells form when the body doesn't need them, and old or damaged cells don't die as they should. The buildup of extra cells often forms a mass of tissue called a growth or tumor.

Primary brain tumors can be benign or malignant:
Benign brain tumors do not contain cancer cells:
Usually, benign tumors can be removed, and they seldom grow back.
Benign brain tumors usually have an obvious border or edge. Cells from benign tumors rarely invade tissues around them. They don't spread to other parts of the body. However, benign tumors can press on sensitive areas of the brain and cause serious health problems.
Unlike benign tumors in most other parts of the body, benign brain tumors are sometimes life threatening.
Benign brain tumors may become malignant.
Malignant brain tumors (also called brain cancer) contain cancer cells:
Malignant brain tumors are generally more serious and often are a threat to life.
They are likely to grow rapidly and crowd or invade the nearby healthy brain tissue.
Cancer cells may break away from malignant brain tumors and spread to other parts of the brain or to the spinal cord. They rarely spread to other parts of the body.

Tumor Grade
The grade of a tumor refers to the way the cells look under a microscope:
Grade I: The tissue is benign. The cells look nearly like normal brain cells, and they grow slowly.

Grade II: The tissue is malignant. The cells look less like normal cells than do the cells in a Grade I tumor.

Grade III: The malignant tissue has cells that look very different from normal cells. The abnormal cells are actively growing (anaplastic).

Grade IV: The malignant tissue has cells that look most abnormal and tend to grow quickly.

Cells from low-grade tumors (grades I and II) look more normal and generally grow more slowly than cells from high-grade tumors (grades III and IV).

Over time, a low-grade tumor may become a highgrade tumor. However, the change to a high-grade tumor happens more often among adults than children.

There are many types of primary brain tumors. Primary brain tumors are named according to the type of cells or the part of the brain in which they begin. For example, most primary brain tumors begin in glial cells. This type of tumor is called a glioma.
Among adults, the most common types are:
Astrocytoma: The tumor arises from star-shaped glial cells called astrocytes. It can be any grade. In adults, an astrocytoma most often arises in the cerebrum.
Grade I or II astrocytoma: It may be called a low-grade glioma.
Grade III astrocytoma: It's sometimes called a high-grade or an anaplastic astrocytoma.
Grade IV astrocytoma: It may be called a glioblastoma or malignant astrocytic glioma.
Meningioma: The tumor arises in the meninges. It can be grade I, II, or III. It's usually benign (grade I) and grows slowly.
Oligodendroglioma: The tumor arises from cells that make the fatty substance that covers and protects nerves. It usually occurs in the cerebrum. It's most common in middle-aged adults. It can be grade II or III.
Among children, the most common types are:
Medulloblastoma: The tumor usually arises in the cerebellum. It's sometimes called a primitive neuroectodermal tumor. It is grade IV.
Grade I or II astrocytoma: In children, this lowgrade tumor occurs anywhere in the brain. The most common astrocytoma among children is juvenile pilocytic astrocytoma. It's grade I.
Ependymoma: The tumor arises from cells that line the ventricles or the central canal of the spinal cord. It's most commonly found in children and young adults. It can be grade I, II, or III.
Brain stem glioma: The tumor occurs in the lowest part of the brain. It can be a low-grade or high-grade tumor. The most common type is diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma.
When you're told that you have a brain tumor, it's natural to wonder what may have caused your disease. But no one knows the exact causes of brain tumors.
Doctors seldom know why one person develops a brain tumor and another doesn't. Researchers are studying whether people with certain risk factors are more likely than others to develop a brain tumor. A risk factor is something that may increase the chance of getting a disease.

Studies have found the following risk factors for brain tumors:
Ionizing radiation: Ionizing radiation from high dose x-rays (such as radiation therapy from a large machine aimed at the head) and other sources can cause cell damage that leads to a tumor. People exposed to ionizing radiation may have an increased risk of a brain tumor, such as meningioma or glioma.

Family history: It is rare for brain tumors to run in a family. Only a very small number of families have several members with brain tumors.

Researchers are studying whether using cell phones, having had a head injury, or having been exposed to certain chemicals at work or to magnetic fields are important risk factors. Studies have not shown consistent links between these possible risk factors and brain tumors, but additional research is needed.
The symptoms of a brain tumor depend on tumor size, type, and location. Symptoms may be caused when a tumor presses on a nerve or harms a part of the brain. Also, they may be caused when a tumor blocks the fluid that flows through and around the brain, or when the brain swells because of the buildup of fluid.

These are the most common symptoms of brain tumors:
Headaches (usually worse in the morning)
Nausea and vomiting
Changes in speech, vision, or hearing
Problems balancing or walking
Changes in mood, personality, or ability to concentrate
Problems with memory
Muscle jerking or twitching (seizures or convulsions)
Numbness or tingling in the arms or legs

If you have symptoms that suggest a brain tumor, you need a physical exam by a medical doctor and will be asked about your personal and family health history. You may have one or more of the following tests:

Neurologic exam: checks your vision, hearing, alertness, muscle strength, coordination, and reflexes. Your doctor also examines your eyes to look for swelling caused by a tumor pressing on the nerve that connects the eye and the brain.

MRI: A large machine with a strong magnet linked to a computer is used to make detailed pictures of areas inside your head. Sometimes a special dye (contrast material) is injected into a blood vessel in your arm or hand to help show differences in the tissues of the brain. The pictures can show abnormal areas, such as a tumor.

CT scan: An x-ray machine linked to a computer takes a series of detailed pictures of your head. You may receive contrast material by injection into a blood vessel in your arm or hand. The contrast material makes abnormal areas easier to see.

Angiogram: Dye injected into the bloodstream makes blood vessels in the brain show up on an x-ray. If a tumor is present, the x-ray may show the tumor or blood vessels that are feeding into the tumor.

Spinal tap: remove a sample of cerebro spinal fluid (the fluid that fills the spaces in and around the brain and spinal cord). This procedure is performed with local anesthesia. The doctor uses a long, thin needle to remove fluid from the lower part of the spinal column. A spinal tap takes about 30 minutes. You must lie flat for several hours afterward to keep from getting a headache. A laboratory checks the fluid for cancer cells or other signs of problems.

Biopsy: The removal of tissue to look for tumor cells is called a biopsy. A pathologist looks at the cells under a microscope to check for abnormal cells. A biopsy can show cancer, tissue changes that may lead to cancer, and other conditions. A biopsy is the only sure way to diagnose a brain tumor, learn what grade it is, and plan treatment.
Surgeons can obtain tissue to look for tumor cells in two ways:
Biopsy at the same time as treatment: The surgeon takes a tissue sample when you have surgery to remove part or all of the tumor.
Stereotactic biopsy: You may get local or general anesthesia and wear a rigid head frame for this procedure. The surgeon makes a small incision in the scalp and drills a small hole (a burr hole) into the skull. CT or MRI is used to guide the needle through the burr hole to the location of the tumor. The surgeon withdraws a sample of tissue with the needle. A needle biopsy may be used when a tumor is deep inside the brain or in a part of the brain that can't be operated on.

However, if the tumor is in the brain stem or certain other areas, the surgeon may not be able to remove tissue from the tumor without harming normal brain tissue. In this case, the doctor uses MRI, CT, or other imaging tests to learn as much as possible about the brain tumor.
People with brain tumors have several treatment options. The options are surgery, radiation therapy, and chemotherapy. Many people get a combination of treatments.
The choice of treatment depends mainly on the following:
The type and grade of brain tumor

Its location in the brain

Its size

Your age and general health
For some types of brain cancer, the doctor also needs to know whether cancer cells were found in the cerebrospinal fluid.

TESTIMONIAL from a brain cancer patient treated with IPTLD

Results obtained by a patient treated with IPTLD ®.

When I start to treat a patient with cancer there are many questions in the patient mind.
Each patient is a challenge. The majority come with refractary disease to chemos, or advance stages searching for a miracle. Others come from failures with multiple treatments given at the same time.
Since I started to practice IPT I have always use IPTLD for my patients as the basic and main treatment. I am a strong beleiver that this treatment helps my patients. Some of my recent patients are influenced and want to have other therapies given at the same time and this on the long run is not going to produce the expected results. The cases presented in this Bulletin were only treated using my personal protocol of IPTLD that does not recommend the use of other therapies at the same time.
Treating brain cancer in adults is complicated, here I am presenting a case of a patient that after 8 IPTLD treatmetns at my Clinic had a very good response as you can read on the reports. Note that not all patients will respond the same way. Each patient must be evaluated and give a trial of IPTLD to find if his/her cancer respond.

In this CT Scan report from December 22, 2008 the patient had several brain lesions.
(Impression: Extensive intracranial metastasis, including parenchymal and dural based metastases. The pineal gland and the pituitary stalk are also enlarged, and most likely related to metastases as well. There is no hidrocephalus, no significant mass-effect or midline shift).
In this CT Scan report from February 11, 2009 the patient had a significant reduction in the number and size of the brain lesion.
(Impression: Multiple small enhancing lesion (presumably metastasic) are noted. Marked reduction in size of many lesions and total dissapearence of some.

The patient was treated with IPTLD ® plus homotoxicology treatments every seven days. Each patient treated with IPTLD® plus homotoxicology has a different response as the body conditions are different and unique for each patient and this includes the dose and combination protocol that will be used to treat the cancer.

See her video testimonial on YOUTUBE  -ENGLISH- (January 2010)

See her testimonial on YOUTUBE - PORTUGUESE- (Janeiro 2010)

Lung cancer, what it is?

IPTLD ® medical treatment advisor. Lung Cancer.

The Lungs
Your lungs are a pair of large organs in your chest. They are part of your respiratory system. Air enters your body through your nose or mouth. It passes through your windpipe and through each bronchus, and goes into your lungs.
When you breathe in, your lungs expand with air. This is how your body gets oxygen.
When you breathe out, air goes out of your lungs. This is how your body gets rid of carbon dioxide.
Your right lung has three parts (lobes). Your left lung is smaller and has two lobes.
A thin tissue (the pleura) covers the lungs and lines the inside of the chest. Between the two layers of the pleura is a very small amount of fluid (pleural fluid). Normally, this fluid does not build up.

Cancer begins in cells, the building blocks that make up tissues. Tissues make up the organs of the body.
Normal, healthy cells grow and divide to form new cells as the body needs them. When normal cells grow old or become damaged, they die, and new cells take their place. Sometimes, this orderly process goes wrong. New cells form when the body does not need them, and old or damaged cells do not die as they should. The build-up of extra cells often forms a mass of tissue called a growth or tumor.

Tumor cells can be benign (not cancer) or malignant (cancer). Benign tumor cells are usually not as harmful as malignant tumor cells:

* Benign lung tumors
- are rarely a threat to life
- usually do not need to be removed
- do not invade the tissues around them
- do not spread to other parts of the body

* Malignant lung tumors
- may be a threat to life
- may grow back after being removed
- can invade nearby tissues and organs
- can spread to other parts of the body

Cancer cells spread by breaking away from the original tumor. They enter blood vessels or lymph vessels, which branch into all the tissues of the body. The cancer cells attach to other organs and form new tumors that may damage those organs. The spread of cancer is called metastasis.

Studies have found the following risk factors for lung cancer:

* Tobacco smoke: Tobacco smoke causes most cases of lung cancer. It's by far the most important risk factor for lung cancer. Harmful substances in smoke damage lung cells. That's why smoking cigarettes, pipes, or cigars can cause lung cancer and why secondhand smoke can cause lung cancer in nonsmokers. The more a person is exposed to smoke, the greater the risk of lung cancer.

* Radon: Radon is a radioactive gas that you cannot see, smell, or taste. It forms in soil and rocks. People who work in mines may be exposed to radon. In some parts of the country, radon is found in houses. Radon damages lung cells, and people exposed to radon are at increased risk of lung cancer.

* Asbestos and other substances: People who have certain jobs (such as those who work in the construction and chemical industries) have an increased risk of lung cancer. Exposure to asbestos, arsenic, chromium, nickel, soot, tar, and other substances can cause lung cancer. The risk is highest for those with years of exposure.

* Air pollution: Air pollution may slightly increase the risk of lung cancer.

* Family history of lung cancer: People with a father, mother, brother, or sister who had lung cancer may be at slightly increased risk of the disease, even if they don't smoke.

* Personal history of lung cancer: People who have had lung cancer are at increased risk of developing a second lung tumor.

* Age over 65: Most people are older than 65 years when diagnosed with lung cancer.

Researchers have studied other possible risk factors. For example, having certain lung diseases (such as tuberculosis or bronchitis) for many years may increase the risk of lung cancer.

Early lung cancer often does not cause symptoms. But as the cancer grows, common symptoms may include:

* a cough that gets worse or does not go away
* breathing trouble, such as shortness of breath
* constant chest pain
* coughing up blood
* a hoarse voice
* frequent lung infections, such as pneumonia
* feeling very tired all the time
* weight loss with no known cause

Types of Lung Cancer
The pathologist checks the sputum, pleural fluid, tissue, or other samples for cancer cells. If cancer is found, the pathologist reports the type. The types of lung cancer are treated differently. The most common types are named for how the lung cancer cells look under a microscope:
* Small cell lung cancer: About 13 percent of lung cancers are small cell lung cancers. This type tends to spread quickly.
* Non-small cell lung cancer: Most lung cancers (about 87 percent) are non-small cell lung cancers. This type spreads more slowly than small cell lung cancer.

Stages of Small Cell Lung Cancer
* Limited stage: Cancer is found only in one lung and its nearby tissues.
* Extensive stage: Cancer is found in tissues of the chest outside of the lung in which it began. Or cancer is found in distant organs.

Stages of Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer
* Occult stage: Lung cancer cells are found in sputum or in a sample of water collected during bronchoscopy, but a tumor cannot be seen in the lung.
* Stage 0: Cancer cells are found only in the innermost lining of the lung. The tumor has not grown through this lining. A Stage 0 tumor is also called carcinoma in situ. The tumor is not an invasive cancer.
* Stage IA: The lung tumor is an invasive cancer. It has grown through the innermost lining of the lung into deeper lung tissue. The tumor is no more than 3 centimeters across (less than 1 ¼ inches). It is surrounded by normal tissue and the tumor does not invade the bronchus. Cancer cells are not found in nearby lymph nodes.
* Stage IB: The tumor is larger or has grown deeper, but cancer cells are not found in nearby lymph nodes. The lung tumor is one of the following:
o The tumor is more than 3 centimeters across.
o It has grown into the main bronchus.
o It has grown through the lung into the pleura.
* Stage IIA: The lung tumor is no more than 3 centimeters across. Cancer cells are found in nearby lymph nodes.
* Stage IIB: The tumor is one of the following:
o Cancer cells are not found in nearby lymph nodes, but the tumor has invaded the chest wall, diaphragm, pleura, main bronchus, or tissue that surrounds the heart.
o Cancer cells are found in nearby lymph nodes, and one of the following:
+ The tumor is more than 3 centimeters across.
+ It has grown into the main bronchus.
+ It has grown through the lung into the pleura.
* Stage IIIA: The tumor may be any size. Cancer cells are found in the lymph nodes near the lungs and bronchi, and in the lymph nodes between the lungs but on the same side of the chest as the lung tumor.
* Stage IIIB: The tumor may be any size. Cancer cells are found on the opposite side of the chest from the lung tumor or in the neck. The tumor may have invaded nearby organs, such as the heart, esophagus, or trachea. More than one malignant growth may be found within the same lobe of the lung. Cancer cells can be found in the pleural fluid.
* Stage IV: Malignant growths may be found in more than one lobe of the same lung or in the other lung. Or cancer cells may be found in other parts of the body, such as the brain, adrenal gland, liver, or bone.

Cancer treatment is either local therapy or systemic therapy:
· Local therapy like Surgery and radiation.
· Systemic therapy: using insulin potentiation targeted low dose chemotherapy IPTLD® . The chemo targeted drugs enter the bloodstream and destroy or control cancer throughout the body.

TESTIMONIAL of  a patient treated with IPTLD

Dr.Donato with Mr Z.T, from Arizona. After receiving a course of 14 IPTLD treatments he does not have signs of toxicity as he is being treated for a lung cancer. Although he has not achieved a total remission, I want to show how my patients respond and do with my IPTLD protocol. (photo taken at my office)

See below the CT Scan photos of the tumor that in a period of four months has reduced in size by 50% and the patient looks great !.

CT Scan taken on April 6, 2009, before starting the IPTLD protocol. You can notice a white ballon shaped that is marked around the Aorta ( the round circle with a half ring in white).
This type of tumor can not be surgically operated because of the risk of rupturing the Aorta and causing a mortal bleeding.

CT Scan taken on August 3, 2009, that shows a reduction in the tumor around the Aorta. Certainly the patient needs to continue with his IPTLD treatment protocol untill the tumor is reduced to a minimun to eliminate the risk of bleeding by a ruptured Aorta.

Thyroid cancer,Tae story of success

Mr. Tae was diagnosed with thyroid cancer by his physician in California (2008). He had a surgical procedure to remove the tumor. A few months later the tumor reoccurred and he had a second operation. Several months later the tumor re-occured and he was told that a radical surgery to remove the tumor was needed but he will lose his ability to speak and will depend on a device to speak. He refused the surgery and seek my opinion.

After 12 weeks of IPTLD treatment at my facility that included the detoxification and homotoxicology protocol administered by Ricardo Duenas,MD ( seen in the photo with Mr Eo) the multiple lung metastases he had before starting my protocol are now resolved and the size of the tumor in the neck as well as the lymph nodes are reaching a 50% reduction in size . For this type of cancer that has reoccurred 3 times and developed lung metastases the results are great as of this last Tuesday September 14, 2009.Even difficult cases can expect a better response with my NEW protocol using alkalinization, oxigenation and detox plus homotoxicology to alter the microenvironment of the cancer so chemo drugs are more cancer killing efficient.

Note that this protocol is used only here at my facility and it is the result of many years of experience using IPTLD. Be aware that all other IPT trained doctors (elsewhere) using IPT to treat their patients, are administering the protocols from the year 2001

IPT has been reported to work well !,The IPTLD treatment protocol is able to sensitize human solid tumors to anticancer drugs

IPTLD treatment has been reported to work well !
The NEW IPTLD treatment protocol is able to sensitize human solid tumors to anticancer drugs. (September 2009).
Tumor microenvironment may play a key role in tumor malignancy. Hypoxia ( low oxygen) and acidity contribute to the progression from benign to malign growth. The unfavorable environment induces the selection of tumor cells able to survive in acidic and hypoxic conditions. Acidity has been shown to have a role in resistance to chemotherapy, proliferation and metastatic behavior. The extracellular pH of solid tumors is more acidic than that of normal tissues, thus impairing the uptake of chemo drugs and reducing their effect on tumors. With my NEW IPTLD protocol patients are prepared to have an alkaline and oxigenated tumor microenvironment to make more effective the chemo drugs.

Why is IPTLD needed? 

Overtime, regular chemotherapy dosages may so compromise the patient's blood counts, immune system, and organ function as to preclude further treatment or even cause organ damage resulting in the patient's death.
IPTLD eliminates the "lesser of two evils" decision all cancer patients face when diagnosed.
Patients fare well as they experience a gentle and effective treatment answer to cancer.
IPTLD treatment has been reported to work well for many different types of cancers.
There are also reports of IPTLD bringing responses and remissions to patients with very difficult cancers, even in late stages.
Of course , each patient is evaluated (type of cancer , the virulence of the individual cancer cells , and the stage of development of the cancer) when the patients comes for treatment.
IPTLD can be very tough against tumors while being very gentle on the patient who continues to live a normal vital lifestyle during treatment.
If there is a chemotherapy drug that works against a particular type of tumor, it is believed to work better with IPTLD.
The insulin employed enables the physician to direct all the chemotherapeutic agents to the cancer cells only bypassing the normal cells and thereby sparing the patient the throes of conventional high dose chemotherapy.
Therefore, only approximately 10% - 25% of the customary dosage of conventional chemotherapy is required. And as a result of this low dosage with far less toxicity, up to four different agents can be administered at each weekly treatment !
If you take care of your house and repair anything from a broken window to a damaged pie. Why not take care of your body. It is your house !. Do not wait till the last minute to repair your body.
Do you eat at once an avocado, onion, celery, pumpkin seeds, beet juice, salmon, oatmeal and nuts. NO. You prepare, choose and select the order to eat them. Most of the times we have a plan of what are we going to eat and at what time. We also know that our body has a limitation and can not digest everything that we eat even if it means all healthy foods. The same is for all supplements that have wonderful effects on our health. We must realize that taking them must be under supervision as our digestive system can not handle and absorb all of the nutrients that come in the pills. Taking supplements to fight a disease is good, most of them work better for prevention rather than to cure, so care must be put to the number taken and its contents. Can you go an open the refrigerator door to eat and drink all that it's stored at once !.

Prostate cancer,John U story of success

Months ago, I knew my PSA was high, it was 40. In during a routine blood test the lab noticed that my kidney function was failing. It turned out the cause was cancerous tumors were blocking my ureters. I was rushed into an emergency surgery to place stints in my ureters to restore urine flow. The blood test done as at the time of the surgery revealed my PSA was 227. Further, there was a large 80cc tumor on my prostate and several large tumors on the lymph nodes near on my kidney. The surgeon that place the stints said, it "it's is a mess". The prostate volume should be about 30cc. I had stage 4 prostate cancer. Very serious. Because it had spread, (metastasized) the urologist suggested I start an anti-androgen therapy, commonly called chemical castration. He explained there is no cure, I would loose my hair and go through andropause. I was willing to do it if there was no option but... my wife Toni called a friend that knows a lot about medicine. The friend's name is Gorgon Brown. Gordon said if it was me, I would call Dr Donato Perez Garcia. Dr Donato uses a method called Insulin Potentiation Therapy +Targeted Low Dose, chemo, (IPTLD). I will let you read about the method in the below reference web sites. I was treated each Friday for 14 weeks. The result: PSA went down to 0.5, the size of the prostate is now near normal and no traces of other tumors can be seen in ultrasound scans. The PSA of 0.5 means there no cancer activity and the tumors are gone. I will have a treatment I about 5 weeks as a precaution and we will watch closely to make sure the cancer doesn't come back.

To learn more about IPTLD Chemo go to then Dr. Donatos web site:
The cost for me was about $1300 per treatment and the treatments were a most enjoyable experience. One way is to stay the night before in the Best Western about 2 miles this side of the Mexican border. The motel provides vans that take you to the hospital which is about 2 miles south of the border. When you finished with the treatment (about 3 hours), they will pick you up and take you back to the Best Western. Then drive back to LA. I should add that about a month prior to the emergency surgery, Gordon Brown tested me for food allergies using a proprietary method. I eliminated the food I was allergic to during the Dr Donato treatments, losing 40 pounds. I am at 180 now. I mention this as we have reason to suspect that it was a factor in my remarkable treatment success.
During all this, I lost only a perceptible amount of hair and was able to continue my work as an electronic engineer.

All the best,

John U

Breast cancer,Cheryl story of success

Cheryl came to my office after visiting other physicians doing IPT, she is one of several patients that prefer to be treated with the experienced doctor. She works as an Art teacher. I saw her on March of 2009. She travels from Missouri every week to Baja California and her insurance is reimbursing her with the expenses of her IPTLD treatment . Cheryl had a PET Scan for Breast Cancer restaging done on October 19, 2009 that was reported with beneficial response to interval therapy. Of the two initial breast tumors one has resolved and the other has reduced in size and activity by more than 60%. Of the several bone metastases including to her vertebrae several had been resolved ,only 2 can be seen and they appear smaller. No other sites of cancer are seen on the PET.
Cheryl is being treated with the IPTLD protocol that has more action on bone and is more effective for complicated cancer cases.

Prostate cancer,Mike's story of success

A Prostate cancer patient story

Succesfully treated using the combination of Insulin Potentiation Low dose chemo plus homotoxicology
When I saw Mike at my office for the first time he had an invasive prostate cancer and the PSA was 180. Mike is a resident from Las Vegas,NV and decided to be treated by Dr. Donato Pérez García,M.D., with Insulin potentiation therapy low dose chemotherapy (IPTLD) and homotoxicology using a special protocol administered by Dr. Ricardo Duenas (Photo: Mike and Dr.Duenas) that compliments with the low dose chemo regimen. Mike's PSA has come down to normal levels and a recent CT scan showed a residual nodule not larger than 0.9 cc. There are no uncomfortable symptoms and he is doing his normal life. He comes every week to my office here in Tijuana,Mexico to receive his IPTLD treatment and returns to Las Vegas on the same day.
You can watch Mikes testimonial on the IPTLD Channel at YouTUBE

Mike's response to the combination program (IPTLD plus Homotoxicology) is considered very good based on his overall improvement and he is one of several patients treated with success of prostate cancer by Dr. Donato Pérez García,M.D.

The prostate is a chestnut-shaped gland of the male reproductive system and is about the size of a walnut. The prostate is located in front of the rectum and just below the bladder, and surrounds the beginning of the urethra (the tube that carries urine and semen out of the body).

The main purpose of the prostate is to produce fluid for semen, which transports sperm during the male orgasm, and to protect the bladder against bacterial invasion. The nerves involved in penile erection are located posteriorly on each side of the prostate gland. Therefore, the prostate is also considered to be an accessory sex organ.
The prostate normally increases in size around the age of puberty and then usually remains constant until the age of 45 to 50 years, at which time it may begin to undergo varying degrees of enlargement stimulated by rising levels of the male hormone testosterone. This non-cancer-related process is called benign prostatic hyperplasia and can cause urinary problems in older men. Approximately 33% of men over the age of 50 have benign prostatic hyperplasia .
The prostate can also develop cancer. Carcinoma of the prostate is the most commonly diagnosed male malignancy. It occurs when cells of the prostate mutate and begin to multiply uncontrollably Prostate cancer may cause pain, difficulty in urinating, problems during sexual intercourse, erectile dysfunction. Early detection is the key to successful treatment with a 5-year survival rate of greater than 80%. Many men who develop prostate cancer never have symptoms, undergo no therapy, and eventually die. This is because cancer of the prostate is, in most cases, slow-growing, and because most of those affected are from the age of 40-90. In its advanced stages, prostate cancer can spread (metastasize) to other parts of the body including the lymph nodes, bone, spine, liver, lungs, adrenal glands and the brain.
In general, prostate cancers grow slowly. It is known that the growth rate of prostate cancers increases in response to the presence of male hormones (androgens). Therefore, several treatments are targeted at reducing or eliminating androgens in the body.
Many factors, including genetics and diet, have been implicated in the development of prostate cancer. The presence of prostate cancer may be indicated by symptoms, physical examination, prostate specific antigen (PSA), or biopsy. There is concern about the accuracy of the PSA test and its usefulness in screening. Suspected prostate cancer is typically confirmed by taking a biopsy of the prostate and examining it under a microscope. Further tests, such as CT scans and bone scans, may be performed to determine whether prostate cancer has spread.
Treatment options for prostate cancer with intent to cure are primarily surgery and radiation therapy. Other treatments such as hormonal therapy, chemotherapy, proton therapy, cryosurgery, high intensity focused ultrasound (HIFU) also exist depending on the clinical scenario and desired outcome.
The age and underlying health of the man, the extent of metastasis, appearance under the microscope, and response of the cancer to initial treatment are important in determining the outcome of the disease. The decision whether or not to treat localized prostate cancer (a tumor that is contained within the prostate) with curative intent is a patient trade-off between the expected beneficial and harmful effects in terms of patient survival and quality of life.
Early prostate cancer usually causes no symptoms. Often it is diagnosed during the workup for an elevated PSA noticed during a routine checkup. Sometimes, however, prostate cancer does cause symptoms, often similar to those of diseases such as benign prostatic hypertrophy. These include frequent urination, increased urination at night, difficulty starting and maintaining a steady stream of urine, blood in the urine, and painful urination. Prostate cancer is associated with urinary dysfunction as the prostate gland surrounds the prostatic urethra. Changes within the gland therefore directly affect urinary function. Because the vas deferens deposits seminal fluid into the prostatic urethra, and secretions from the prostate gland itself are included in semen content, prostate cancer may also cause problems with sexual function and performance, such as difficulty achieving erection or painful ejaculation.[6]
The specific causes of prostate cancer remain unknown. A man's risk of developing prostate cancer is related to his age, genetics, race, diet, lifestyle, medications, and other factors.
A man's genetic background contributes to his risk of developing prostate cancer. Men who have a brother or father with prostate cancer have twice the usual risk of developing prostate cancer.
Dietary amounts of certain foods, vitamins, and minerals can contribute to prostate cancer risk. Synthetic vitamin A has been linked to prostate cancer because it reacts with zinc and protein to form an unabsorbable complex
There are also some links between prostate cancer and medications, medical procedures, and medical conditions. Daily use of anti-inflammatory medicines such as aspirin, ibuprofen, or naproxen may decrease prostate cancer risk. Use of the cholesterol-lowering drugs known as the statins may also decrease prostate cancer risk. Infection or inflammation of the prostate (prostatitis) may increase the chance for prostate cancer. In particular, infection with the sexually transmitted infections chlamydia, gonorrhea, or syphilis seems to increase risk. Finally, obesity and elevated blood levels of testosterona may increase the risk for prostate cancer.
Prostate cancer is classified as an adenocarcinoma, or glandular cancer, that begins when normal semen-secreting prostate gland cells mutate into cancer cells. The region of prostate gland where the adenocarcinoma is most common is the peripheral zone. Initially, small clumps of cancer cells remain confined to otherwise normal prostate glands, a condition known as carcinoma in situ or prostatic intraepithelial neoplasia. Over time these cancer cells begin to multiply and spread to the surrounding prostate tissue forming a tumor. Eventually, the tumor may grow large enough to invade nearby organs such as the seminal vesicles or the rectum, or the tumor cells may develop the ability to travel in the bloodstream and lymphatic system.
The only test which can fully confirm the diagnosis of prostate cancer is a biopsy, the removal of small pieces of the prostate for microscopic examination. However, prior to a biopsy, several other tools may be used to gather more information about the prostate and the urinary tract. Cystoscopy shows the urinary tract from inside the bladder, using a thin, flexible camera tube inserted down the urethra. Transrectal ultrasonography creates a picture of the prostate using sound waves from a probe in the rectum.
Evidence from epidemiological studies supports protective roles in reducing prostate cancer for dietary selenium, vitamin E, lycopene, and soy foods.
A 2007 study published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute found that men eating cauliflower, broccoli, or one of the other cruciferous vegetables, more than once a week were 40% less likely to develop prostate cancer than men who rarely ate those vegetables.
Prostate cancer screening is an attempt to find unsuspected cancers. Prostate cancer screening options include the digital rectal exam and the prostate specific antigen (PSA) blood test. Screening for prostate cancer is controversial because it is not clear if the benefits of screening outweigh the risks of follow-up diagnostic tests and cancer treatments.
Convencional prostate cancer treatments like surgery, radiotherapy and in less proportion HIFU (high intensity focused ultrasound to ablate/destroy the tissue of the prostate) may cause urinary incontinence and impotence. (erectile dysfunction).
For cure or palliative care the treatment that has less or no side effects and cures is Insulin Potentiation Targeted Low Dose Therapy or IPTLD ® .

Lung cancer,Sherry a story of success,MIRACLES CAN AND DO HAPPEN

My testimonial:

When I was first diagnosed with Stage Four, Type Two, inoperable lung cancer I immediately went to a local, highly regarded, Oncologist. As this type of cancer is fast acting and spreads quickly I learned that in order to battle this dreaded disease I would need to undergo high doses of Chemotherapy for four days a week followed by radiation on the fifth day. My husband and I attended a Chemo Class right away. At the end of the class we both looked at each other and decided this type of aggressive treatment was not for me and that there had to be an alternative method. I began my research and found out that the United States did not offer what I was looking for.

Most of my research was done on the internet and by phone. Dr. Donato had already been referred to me by a long time acquaintance. This was the first time I had heard about IPT treatment. When I learned how gentle yet affective the treatment was I knew that this was for me if there was any hope for my survival. I contacted Dr.Donato and set an appointment to see him in his office in Mexico as soon as possible. My first trip was soon thereafter. I found Dr.Donato and his staff to be very professional, warm, knowledgeable and very caring. I also learned that his partner, Dr.Dueñas, who performs cleansing of the kidneys, liver and lymph nod's before treatment then follows the IPT treatment by administering immune building agents to help the body cope with the effects of the Chemo. It became very clear that I was making the right decision to proceed. In addition I already knew what my out of pocket expenses were going to be in the US and compared to the costs in Mexico, that were not covered by my insurance, it turned out my costs for alternative care were the same as my US out of pocket expenses.

After consultation and an exam by Dr.Donato I put my life into his hands and said lots of prayers. I received my first treatment that same day and have continued to receive one treatment per week since. On my 12th treatment the x-rays indicated that the cancer was nearly gone! The tumor had shrunk from the size of a baseball to the size of a small baby string bean. All of this success so quickly and without having a sick day, loss of hair or the loss of stamina. I am told that I should only require four more treatments and of course the regular follow up post treatment plan.

"You see? Miracles are out there! You just have to trust your instincts, Dr.Donato and Dr.Dueñas! Together their treatment plan does work!"

"Thank you for giving me my life back!"

Sherry MacDonald, Green Valley, Arizona.

Sabina Wurmbrand,her IPTLD treatment story of success

A special patient: Sabina Wurmbrand. Her IPTLD treatment story from 2000

I tend to focus on cases where IPTLD has relieved the symptoms of a chronic illness, or even brought it to an end; or cases where IPTLD has helped obtain a complete remission from a life-threatening disease, and given the patient years more to live.

But IPTLD does not always succeed in these ways. Some gravely ill patients under the care of an IPT doctor do die. For these patients, IPTLD can be used to relieve pain, and to palliate the symptoms of a terminal illness, adding increased quality to the last few days or weeks of life, and perhaps postponing the end. And the case of Mrs. Sabina Wurmbrand provides a more recent example.

Mrs. Wurmbrand was a well-known and beloved evangelist who worked for many years to aid persecuted Christians worldwide, and especially in Communist countries behind the Iron Curtain, where she was born. She wrote a bestselling book, The Pastor's Wife.

On 5/26/00 she was found to have inoperable liver and stomach cancer. Her doctors estimated that she had two months to live. Her doctors offered little hope, and could offer little help other than chemotherapy, which might reduce tumor size slightly, while risking drastic side effects.

Her health worsened over the following days, bringing her very near death more than once. One doctor suggested letting her dehydrate and die, as, in his opinion, her case was hopeless. Her son, Michael Wurmbrand, refused to accept this pronouncement, and did whatever he could, searching the Internet for helpful information. He found out about insulin potentiation therapy through the internet. The family took her to Tijuana on 6/12/00, and she began a series of IPT treatments on 6/19/00. Her initial response was positive, dramatic, and immediate. Over the next weeks, she enjoyed much quality time with friends and family, as her condition alternately improved and worsened. Finally, she died on 8/11/00.

On 8/7/00, just four days before she died, Michael Wurmbrand wrote me the following email:

Dear Mr. Duffield:

.... I have no idea for how long more my mother could live. I brought her only two days away from sure death. In fact an American doctor , whom I asked for IV and offered to pay for it, said to me two nights before seeing Dr. Donato, that he does not prescribe futile treatments, so wait two more days without hydration and it is over. Now two months and a half passed and I enjoyed my mother being meaningfully alive and had the pleasure to meet Dr. Donato Garcia Perez with his wonderfully engaging personality. Even if this time is all that IPT offered us I am satisfied it is a true alternative of cancer treatment. I would urge you, if you have the time to bug to no end the Webmasters at the FDA Quackwatch and other similar sites to list this alternative treatment even with all negative warnings. This is because I discovered IPT totally by chance, looking for something else regarding insulin growth hormone factor, etc. and not looking for an alternate cancer treatment. Anyhow, I hope it does obtain in the States and worldwide the publicity it deserves and your dedicated work will be rewarded with some recognition. From myself many thanks to you personally for making your site available to he world. Also a word of thanks to Dr. SGA who took the time to talk to me over the phone and foremost for his serious research and extensive discussion of IPT, without which I would not have had the courage to go and meet with Dr. Donato Perez Garcia.

Michael Wurmbrand

On 8/25/00, Dr. Perez Garcia 3 wrote me the following email, giving the doctor's perspective:
I am very sad with Sabina Wurmbrand's death. After taking care of her for 2 months and seeing her passing away, it also affected me emotionally. I took my family to meet her.

When Michael Wurmbrand called me and told me about his mother, I did not want to treat her. He insisted, and drove her to my office. They arrived when I was giving the IPT training seminar to Dr. Aldren and Dr. George. I even told the two doctors that here was an example, that a patient arriving in a stretcher is not a candidate for IPT.

She waited for 2 or 3 hours before I was free to interview her. After talking with Sabina, for some reason that I did not understand, later I assumed it was God, I accepted to take her as a patient. But I told Michael that I could not promise anything, that I would do my best effort, and we would see what would happen.

Before doing IPT on her, I told Michael that his mother should be stabilized, and probably having her in a hospital would help. He agreed with me. This is something that I have never done in the past, and there is no record from any of the past Donatos of this being recommended. I was touched by something and I was about to treat a nice lady who enchanted my heart and my soul.

I did not know who Sabina Wurmbrand was until two weeks later. At that time I realized that the hands of God touched me and made me accept to treat her to make her last days on Earth as comfortable as possible.

When the first IPT was given, she began to improve and feel better. She had 9 IPT treatments, and she improved greatly. But I know I am not God, and there are times when even if I wish, I cannot change the course of life. I have the impression that everyone around Sabina waited for a miracle. I really wish I could have delivered a miracle, but at the end the miracle came because I learned from her the meaning of love, and the importance of always blessing and thanking God for what we are and have.

I am also sure that many of the thousands of people who prayed for her saw the miracle of being united around her, wishing her the best, and helping us to understand the greatness of God's work, LIFE.

I am sure that something happened in my office when I saw Sabina for the first time, because before that I was determined to refuse her as my patient due to her condition. I had a very powerful desire to follow what I told my pupils to do, to refuse to do what in the past I have never accepted. But with Sabina I broke my own rules. What I felt without knowing who she was is a sensation that I never had before. I only did my very best effort as a medical doctor. I just gave her the attention I give to all my patients, not knowing if they are public or famous people.

I know that IPTLD helped to make Sabina feel better, because her disease when she arrived at my office was fatal. I think she was dying in my office.

Well, I could say more. But I did my very best effort with Sabina, as I do with all my patients. Some patients think that I have superpowers, etc. But I am a human, a regular human with emotions too.
Dr.Donato Pérez García,M.D.

For all those who directly or indirectly were acquainted with Sabina Wurmbrand

From her son, Michael Wurmbrand

From an Email sent on January 2009.
Through the goodwill and dedication of friends in Romania I received, 200 sheets copied double sided, or 400 pages, typed at one line out of the former Romanian communist secret police files, describing the secret police surveillance of our family during the years 1963 and 1964. At that time there was a great period of detente between the Communists and the West and even inside Romania, the population seemed less terrorized by the communists as the Romanian communist government was in discussions to obtain large loans from the United States. These pages confirm black on white, what at the time we could suspect only, that many of those visiting us were informers of the secret police. Now regretfully I found out over 80% of them.

The communist secret police however was not made up necessarily of very bright or most educated individuals but for sure they were very conscientious ones. In the Romanian language, unlike in English, the nouns, pronouns, declensions and conjugations are differentiated by gender. To prevent identification, the police would give masculine monikers to female informants for example. However during the recorded conversations they would show slips of tongue where the masculine designated person would be addressed as a "she" or the "he" would refer to "my husband," etc. From these documents, I realize only now how close we all were, due to underground Christian work of which the police was keenly aware, to be thrown in a communist jail.

The secret police desired at any price to find some reason to re-arrest my mother, Sabina Wurmbrand. There are lots of informative notes, but I thought one of these is worth describing, so it remains for history. The communist secret police tried hard to influence an informant, close acquaintance of ours, to produce of her own accord an informative note, according to ideas suggested by the communist police officer. The suggestion was that my mother having the intent to kill, had placed repeatedly very fine grounded glass in the food which she cooked daily for a very old crippled lady who happened to live in the same tiny attic rooms where we also lived in three small former storage rooms. The motive to kill this elderly lady would have been that this woman allegedly witnessed a man visiting my mother for the purpose of having a love affair. As ground glass was not available commercially, the secret police needed to produce some "logical" proof that my mother would have prepared and placed this glass dust in the food. Though it sounds incredible, the secret police officer asked the informant to describe how my mother has big hands and since she was a woman of a small stature, what better proof than the fact that her hands became so big and strong from having to train daily in grinding glass! It sounds bizarre but it is there for anyone to read. My mother did indeed have large, strong hands because the years she spent in the labor camps building the DanubeCanal, loading and unloading, shoveling gravel in boxcars.

Fortunately for us and by God's grace, we were so lucky, since the informer when asked by the secret police to visit us as often as possible, so she can come up with details in the write-up, replied to the communist officer that such a scheme would never work against Sabina Wurmbrand because she is well known and all those who know her would consider the scheme so out of character and impossible to believe, moreover such a plan would risk blowing the informant's cover, rendering the informant unusable for other tasks and would easily be labeled a communist secret police lie. So the informant suggested the secret police think of a more plausible scheme.

Some reports of informants are typed at one line, 16 pages long. The amount of work, time used but also clunky typewriters and ribbons defy imagination. Especially when one considers that over 1.5 million such individual folders containing millions of pages have been generated from the archives of the communist secret police. Also among these pages received there are reports from at least 8 different informers who were prepped and sent specifically with the task to start a discussion with my mother about the American President at that time, Lyndon Johnson and report back any favorable opinion Sabina Wurmbrand might express about America, the US President or any unfavorable expression defavorable to communism. All of them in their own words complain that Sabina Wurmbrand could not possibly be a sincere person since while the discussion was opened on American political subjects; Sabina opened the Bible which was by her bed and started a Bible study on Abraham or some other Biblical character. The informers excused themselves not having had time to sit through a Bible study. Even informers were caught in this perverse net from which they did not know how to extricate themselves.

Most such informative reports show having been read by 3-4 higher-ups in the secret police, each one adding acknowledgements or more spying suggestions. For instance one of the informers explains how he could not visit Mrs. Wurmbrand at the hour he was supposed to because on the street he met by chance some odd acquaintance, named Maria and she kept the informer in the street in a conversation, thus delaying the visit. One of the upper echelon officers notes asks for this "Maria's" last name to be researched, how come she detracted the informer from the visit, how come no additional plot, like Sabina having sent Maria to delay the informer's visit, would be suspected?
I wrote this account to make you think how many of these communist police "geniuses," even now that these formerly communist countries are considered free of communism, have arrived to positions of influence and power. The fact that I am able even to write this story shows how God's grace abounds. It is said of Saint Athanasius that in a dream he saw the devil knitting a very fine eyed mesh or net and in desperation cried, "Oh Lord! Who could ever escape from such?" A voice from heaven answered him, "the humble!" So was my mother. In this first month of the New Year I wish you all a blessed Happy New Year.

January 2, 2009

Why some cancer treatments fail

Until you are ill with a serious disease you begin to hear of different treatments, wonderful remedies, amazing juices or extracts, the list can be extensive. So the question is how effective are those treatment programs that invite the patient to follow a three week program or a ninety day program to eradicate the disease. Is this really possible?

For example, cancer is a disease that affects the cell that forms a tissue that constitutes an organ. Each cell that constitutes a specific tissue in our body has a specific life span. Depending on the function of each cell they can live from ten days like the cells that constitutes the skin, others like the reds cells in our blood can live up to four months and the longest living cells the neurons in our brain they accompany us all our life. This explains why each type of cancer behaves different in terms of life and speed of growth.

But cancer cells have a problem they do not die and they continue to grow and replicate. With this little explanation one can understand that it is difficult to have a successful treatment with programs that only treat you for 21 days or ninety days.

If you think that it is only needed to eliminate the cancerous tumor to cure the disease. Well the disease is controlled by the genes. The Genes are the segments that contain DNA o RNA which represent the code to life, the genes form the chromosome and they are part of the cells. When cells die and a new one is replaced the genes continue the sequence, time after time. This was a simple explanation, but in our body it is more complicated. So eliminating the tumor not always cures the cancer.

To treat a disease with short term treatment protocols is not successful enough because the information is in the cell genes. Doing only the successful treatment and not modifying the way we eat, what we drink what we do for exercise, how do we expect that our body will manage the factors that contributed to the development of the disease. Our body requires a state of balance that is controlled by the immune system this is the white cells that travel in the blood and this is the organ responsible for keeping the body balance as they eliminate cells that modify their behavior and function, viruses, bacteria and fungus that are not recognized as normal. Yes the environment also plays a role in the way disease presents and the way our body reacts.

Today there are no 100% effective treatments. I have been practicing medicine for 28 years and IPTLD is a treatment alternative for cancer that targets the cancer cell by using a mechanism that is recognized by our body, does not intoxicate the cells, does not damage the normal cells, promotes the adequate response of the white cells as part of the immune system response and offers a long term control program of the cancer patient. In terms of statistics, as there is no clinical trial done as of today to compare between the conventional high dose and IPTLD: IPTLD offers a better quality of life, definitely reducing the serious sometimes life threatening risks of side effects produced when using high doses of chemotherapeutic drugs, and if the result is going to be similar, patients who decided to do IPTLD their life is almost normal in every aspect of their daily life. Patients treated with IPTLD only interrupt their daily activities on the day of their appointment.

Services at Dr Donato Perez Garcia Clinic

Medical Staff at Office 607
Other treatments using chemical substances like Vit C must be administered on non IPTLD days. This recommendation is to prevent recurrances for using antioxidants or other substances on the same days of the IPTLD.
Donato Pérez García,MD: I received my Medical Diploma as a General Practitioner in 1983. Since 1982 I learned this medical treatment from my father for six years. Since 1989 I have been living and practicing IPTLD in Tijuana ( I am the only living medical doctor in the world, with an experience of only doing IPTLD for more than 29 years in a row).

 Office 607 Assitant

Ms. Caty Munoz, my office Assistant, is in charge of billing patients for our medical fee (you can pay me with cash, VISA or MASTERCARD) and schedule your appointments. She is fluent in Spanish, English, Italian and learning Chinese.

To schedule an appointment for an IPTLD treatment you need to have a previous consultation with me and then the next appointments will be set according to your physical condition to have the best possible results.
IPTLD treatments are scheduled during the morning hours, you must be in a fasting state.
Patients can start their IPTLD treatment at 8:30 am Monday - Friday.
Call her to set your initial office visit, subsequent visit or schedule your IPTLD treatment.
Call Ms. Munoz at (dialing from the US): 011.52.664.635.1834.She answers the phone Monday - Friday from 9am - 2:30pm and from 3pm - 5pm. On Saturday the phone is answered from 9am - 1pm. We are on Pacific Standard Time.

The staff at the Out patient care room, at your service
My patients are treated in the out patient care room and ER area of the Hospital as this is close to the Laboratory and Imaging departments so any blood test or CT Scan,MRI, ULtrasound, X-ray is taken on the spot and results given almost inmediately. All chemo drugs approved by the Mexican Ministry of Health (SSA) and the FDA are available for patient use and IPTLD protocol regimens can be modified as needed with no waiting till your next visit. All your prescription drugs including the chemotheraputic agents that I will be administering to you,are opened in front of you to ensure that you are receiving fresh and potent medication. No other IPTLD Clinic worldwide offering IPTLD can offer you this advantage 100% Guaranteed.

Image Department and Lab Staff on site and ready
The Laboratory offers all types of blood tests including special testing that is done while you are being treated with IPTLD or before starting a new protocol regimen as some results could affect what chemo drugs should be changed or modified. Also the Imaging tests (CT Scan,MRI, ultrasound, X-rays)are available to monitor your progress on site and no need to wait till you schedule an appointment in other place and wait to see if your tumor is getting small or not as this can be used right away to modify your IPTLD protocol. No other IPTLD Clinic worldwide offering IPTLD can offer you this advantage 100% Guaranteed.

Hospital Main Lobby
Modern and comfortable facilities to make your treatment visit an easy and pleasurable day.

A fully medically equipped, nice and comfortable Hospital room in case you need to stay
Some patients with special requirements or with a severe disease can be treated in their room avoiding stays at motels in the area. Nurses are firendly and always helpfull (many are bilingual).

After your IPTLD treatment a specail meal is served
After an IPTLD treatment patients can drink only an 8 - 12 oz bottle of GATORADE (R) and/or a special meal prepared by the Hospital Clinical Nutritionist.
Donato Peréz García,MD recommends to drink a GATORADE(R) followed by a fresh meal low on carbs prepared by the Hospital Dietitian. Other foods, snack bars, protein bars are not indicated.

And your bill for the Hospital services

Receiving your IPTLD treatment here is not as expensive,as you think, considering that you will be in a modern facility, with all what you need for the day of your treatment. When comparing my IPTLD professional services with other Clinics worldwide, you will be treated by the most experienced medical doctor and receiving the latest protocols. Some Clinics offer what they call IPT for a cheap price but do not include the chemo and other prescription drugs required for your treatment. The Hospital Cashier will make sure you receive your itemized statement for the Hospital services you received. You can pay with cash, VISA, MASTERCARD or American Express.

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