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HOW DOES IPTLD WORK, SPECIFICALLY?

Put simply, chemotherapy drugs have to get inside cancer cells to kill them. Conventionally, this is achieved by using high doses of these drugs, leading to very undesirable and sometimes even fatal side effects.
One of the little known facts about cancer cells is that they make their own insulin in order to obtain glucose-the fuel they need in large amounts as they grow and divide at an abnormally rapid rate. We take advantage of insulin’s action. By giving cancer cells insulin, we prime the membranes to open up. Coordinating this event with the introduction of low-doses of chemotherapy, we get much more of the chemotherapy drugs inside the cancer cells to kill them, leaving healthy cells unharmed. This process allows us to avoid dangerous, undesirable dose-related side effects.
Described in technical terms, Insulin Potentiation Therapy (IPT) manipulates the mechanisms of malignancy to therapeutic advantage by employing insulin as a biologic response modifier of cancer cells’ endoge…

HOPE

Living with cancer isn’t a sentence. It is not an end, but a beginning of a healing process. There is much you can do to recover your health and spirit. A good medical treatment, like Insulin Potentiation Targeted Therapy, is important but don’t forget that motivation of mind, heart and spirit is fundamental too. Your emotional state during your treatment plays such an important part, you can’t even imagine. It’s not enough to go in and out treatments; you have to work on yourself, your wellbeing as a complete sphere of wholeness. Once you are diagnosed with cancer, your life cannot be the same, you have to make changes, starting from what you eat, what you think, what you read, every aspect of your life will need to be modified. Here are some tips:
1. YOUR BUCKET LIST. - Make a list of your goals in life, projects, dreams and hopes you want for yourself. It’s important that you write them on paper; don’t leave them in your mind. Put it somewhere you can see every day. Knowing what you …