Insulin Potentiation Therapy was initially developed by my grandfather, Donato Pérez García, Sr. M.D. IPT targets the treatment of a cell by changing the bio-physio-chemical constants and parameters of the blood. This pathway initially attacks the cancerous cell itself through its intra-cellular environment and extra-cellular environment by permeabilizing the cell membrane via insulin.
IPT is a targeted therapy for cancer and chronic disease; the power of chemotherapy is directed only to cancer cells and not a patient’s entire body. In addition, the chemo is delivered at a fraction of the normal dose. This approach eliminates or significantly reduces the dreaded side-effects of conventional chemo. IPTLD annihilates cancer cells by employing the very same mechanisms that cancer cells utilize to kill people.
I came to Dr. Donato Perez Garcia III
circuitously, at a time when learning about IPT was a bit like finding a needle
in a haystack. Dial back to 1997, before
social media, before Rabbi Google. I was
41, the mother of a one-year-old boy, and, I thought at the time, in glowing
health. Discovering I had breast cancer
did not compute because I was the pillar of strength. The only thing I could attribute its
emergence to was the preceding two most stressful years of my life. Among
other things, during this period I watched my mother slowly wither away through
two rounds of chemotherapy in a failed attempt to beat back ovarian cancer.
In my mind, I decided I would rather die than
subject myself to what she went through. And thus started my search for
alternatives to radiation and chemotherapy.
During this search I discovered a mouthful of mercury fillings were
causing my mercury levels to go off the charts. I found a trustworthy, pioneering dentist affiliated
with a health and wellness clinic in Florida -- 2500 miles from my home in
Oregon -- and flew there to undergo the lengthy and costly procedure of having my
mercury removed. During the chelation
phase at the clinic I made friends with the nurse practitioner, who learned of
my history with breast cancer, and how I had managed to avoid its widespread
advance, but not its gradual spread.
Nothing I did seemed to stop it.
I left Florida for a few weeks, and when I
returned, my nurse friend had just come from Mexico, where – while I was gone
-- she studied an innovative cancer treatment with Dr. Donato Perez Garcia
III. Her enthusiasm was barely
containable. Knowing I was leaving for Oregon the next morning and with
no time to waste, she sat me down in her office, where we poured over the thick
IPT training manuals she had brought back and she explained to me her
understanding of how the treatment worked.
Back home in Oregon, while I was researching the scant
handful of doctors on the west coast practicing IPT, an old friend from
graduate school called me. I told her I was considering Mexico for a
cancer treatment I had learned about.
"Hmmm, I'd be careful about trying anything
in Mexico," my friend cautioned. "But that said, I do have a
friend who was treated for cancer many years ago in Mexico City, and she's
doing just fine today, traveling all over the world eating whatever she
wants." (Over the years I had
shared with my friend numerous and ridiculously extreme diets I had tried since
diagnosed with cancer.)
"It couldn't be the same treatment,” I
said. “The doctor I'm considering is in
Tijuana, not Mexico City."
"The next time she calls I’ll ask her about
A few weeks later, my friend called again. I couldn’t
believe my ears when she told me her friend had been treated by a Dr. Donato Perez
Garcia, but in Mexico City, not in
Tijuana. "No way,” I said, jaw dropping. “Is this just an insane coincidence – two
doctors with the same name, one in Mexico City and the other in Tijuana?"
“Maybe he moved from Mexico City to TJ?” my friend
Of course, soon thereafter, sitting in Dr. Donato
Perez Garcia III's reception office soon thereafter, and browsing through literature,
the mystery was solved. It was his
late father who had successfully
treated my friend’s friend in Mexico City.
As for me, it has now been more than 10 years
since I first saw Dr. Donato, and I am fine today. I started with an
intense series of IPT treatments which, under the good doctor’s supervision,
were gradually tapered off over the years as my body recovered.
I don’t believe any cancer patient is ever
completely out of the woods, because any number of things can trigger its
onset. For me, an overabundance of either
stress or sugar almost certainly will.
But what I do know is that the IPT treatments
gradually reduced the tumor(s) to negligible levels, enabled me to strengthen
my body, and to go on to lead a healthy life unfettered by fear about living
with or dying from cancer.
I am indebted to Dr. Donato Perez Garcia III for
my life, and consider him to be one of the angels on this planet.
It is my hope that this letter will give
encouragement to and instill confidence in anyone considering IPT as a
treatment. And if you’re lucky enough to
be Dr. Donato’s patient, count your blessings. Debra (September 2012)