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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 …

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

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)
IPT TREATMENT DAY  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 yo…

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 pr…

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…

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 th…

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 ac…

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…

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…

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…

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…

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


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 affec…

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 h…

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 …

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 accor…