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

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

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

If you are under the Insulin Potentiation Therapy +Targeted Low Dose or IPTLD as administered by Donato Perez Garcia, MD. it means that you are receiving a dose of rapid acting insulin that is calculated from the actual sugar on your blood and as a result the low dose chemotherapy drugs will be effectively targeted to the cancer cells because the activation of the insulin – insulin receptor complex will mimic the normal insulin response when it binds to its receptor.
IPTLD is an improved delivery protocol, is the right protocol for the right …

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

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



Munich, Germany
October 28 - 29, 2010

Dear Doctor

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

One of the main topics discussed will be the use of insulin. How to calculate the dose according to the patient body weight as in the IPT protocol versus to the pretreatment blood glucose reading as recommended in the new IPTLD protocol. Sincerely, Donato Perez Garcia, MD This year the lectures will focus on the standardization of the actual IPTLD protocol. The topics to be covered on Saturday and Sunday October 28 and 29 of 2010, will be:
1.- Description of the IPTLD protocol.
2.- Comparison of the previous protocols used.
3.- What drugs th…