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Treating Cancer with Insulin Potentiation Therapy

by Ross A. Hauser

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Published by Beuland Pr .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Medical

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    FormatPaperback
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9659662M
    ISBN 100966101065
    ISBN 109780966101065
    OCLC/WorldCa50299052

    Insulin Potentiation Therapy (IPT) is a revolutionary medical treatment that helps both low-dose chemotherapy and antimicrobial medications target diseased cells, while sparing healthy cells. As a result, side effects are minimized, and health is restored . There is a lot more I could share with you about successful cancer treatments, such as the use of insulin potentiation therapy (IPT), which combines insulin with very low-dose chemotherapy (usually doses that are only 10% of chemotherapy used conventionally) to target cancer cell receptor sites.

    In this book, the author interviewed Dr. Kotsanis as well as many other highly regarded doctors who specialize in cancer treatment.: The Kinder, Gentler Cancer Treatment: Insulin Potentiation Targeted LowDose Therapy by Constantine Kotsanis, Steven Ayre, . Cancer is one of the most successful applications of insulin potentiation therapy (IPT). This method was first used to treat cancer in , by Dr. Perez Garcia 1, and has been used with very good results by all the IPT doctors since. The treatment of cancer patients with IPT is, it appears, harmless at worst, and spectacular at best.

    More on Insulin Potentiation Targeted LowDose (IPTLD℠) Therapy?. Targeted low dose chemotherapy using Insulin as a biologic response modifier is a therapy known as Insulin Potentiation Targeted LowDose therapy (IPTLD℠).It is an innovative cancer treatment regime that allows for the use of chemotherapy drugs selected according to accepted oncological practice. 1) INSULIN POTENTIATION THERAPY (IPT), which utilizes the hormone insulin to make natural anti-cancer substances more effective. Insulin causes cancer cells to open up their receptors to sugar, which means that doctors can administer anti-cancer herbs, for instance, or chemotherapeutic drugs, along with glucose, at one-tenth of a normal full.


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Treating Cancer with Insulin Potentiation Therapy by Ross A. Hauser Download PDF EPUB FB2

Insulin Potentiation Therapy works with cancer cells because they have more insulin receptors than normal cells. Breast cancer has ninefold more receptors than normal tissue (page 80).

When a cancer cell has more insulin receptors, we can feed it sugar and cause it to open up its pores which allows the doctors to feed it with harmful substances/5(9). Insulin Potentiation Therapy works with cancer cells because they have more insulin receptors than normal cells.

Breast cancer has ninefold more receptors than normal tissue (page 80). When a cancer cell has more insulin receptors, we can feed it sugar and cause it to open up its pores which allows the doctors to feed it with harmful substances/5.

Insulin Potentiation Therapy (IPT) is one of the safest and most innovative approaches to treating cancer. IPT is an alternative cancer treatment that has almost none of the side effects such as nausea, radical hair loss, liver damage, and DNA distortion with standard chemotherapy, so it is appealing to patients who recognize the need for chemotherapy but want to do it in a safer, gentler.

Insulin potentiation therapy (IPT) is an experimental treatment for chemotherapy symptoms. There’s no scientific proof that IPT is an effective treatment for : Alex Snyder. Insulin Potentiation Therapy. For example, in the s it was said that cancer can be treated with insulin.

Insulin is said to help certain kinds of chemotherapy target the cancer cells by making it much easier for the chemotherapy to get inside of cancer cells.

Foundation for Cartilage and Immunology Research uses bovine cartilage is used as a first-line therapy where other modalities are of little or no value, such as cancer of the pancreas, adenocarcinoma of the lung, squamous cell cancer of the pharynx, lung, larynx (metastatic), renal cell carcinoma, and others.

It is used as a reserve therapy in. Approximately twenty percent of Dr. Dayton’s patients are cancer patients. He has been treating cancer with Insulin Potentiation Therapy (IPT) sinceand has been using homeopathy and heavy metal chelation therapies since the s.

He combines medical concepts found in. IPT is insulin potentiation therapy, a non-diabetic use of the hormone insulin to dramatically improve effectiveness and delivery of standard medications. IPT has an outstanding doctor-year track record ( years for cancer) over 7 2 years, and is ready for clinical trials and widespread use.

Cancer treatment with IPT is reported to be gentler, safer, more effective, and less expensive. One pioneer of this therapy is Dr. [Donato Perez] Garcia. He has a clinic in Mexico. A good book that discusses IPT is Treating Cancer with Insulin Potentiation Therapy (), by Ross A.

Hauser, MD, and Marion A. Hauser, MS, RD, at Caring Medical in Illinois. In Insulin Potentiation Therapy, insulin administration does cause the blood glucose to go down. This is called hypoglycemia. This hypoglycemia is an anticipated side-effect of the insulin, one rapidly and effectively controllable with intravenous glucose infusions.

ABOUT INSULINE POTENTIATION THERAPY. IPT is an alternative cancer treatment that has almost none of the side effects such as nausea, radical hair loss, liver damage, and DNA distortion that we see routinely with standard chemotherapy. The key to IPT as a cancer cure is the body’s own hormone.

Anti-neoplastic (anti-cancer) treatments targeted at eliminating cancer cells and tumors. These include everything from IPT (Insulin Potentiation Therapy) and gene-targeted therapies, to metronomic chemotherapy, mistletoe, high-dose Vitamin C, sono and photodynamic therapy, dendritic cell vaccines, and intravenous nutrients.

Insulin potentiation therapy (IPT) is an unproven alternative cancer treatment using insulin as an adjunct to low-dose was promoted by a paper in the controversial and non-peer reviewed journal Medical ing to Quackwatch, "Insulin Potentiation Therapy (IPT) is one of several unproven, dangerous treatments that is promoted by a small group of practitioners.

it recognize cancer, and reducing blood flow to tumors (inhibiting angiogenesis). These, as well as other aspects of our treatment approach, are covered more in-depth in the following sections. IPT—Insulin Potentiation Therapy Insulin Potentiation Therapy is a simple medical procedure that.

This book describes the targeted, low dose chemotherapy treatment known as Insulin Potentiation Therapy. Described throughout its chapters is the history of the treatment, and the science behind it, as well as case studies. Ross Hauser, MD writes in his book, Treating Cancer With Insulin Potentiation Therapy: To test the hypothesis that insulin can potentiate the effects of chemotherapy, researchers at George Washington University in Washington D.C.

and the laboratory of Pathophysiology at the National Cancer Institute in Bethesda MD studied the killing. - Buy Treating Cancer With Insulin Potentiation Therapy book online at best prices in India on Read Treating Cancer With Insulin Potentiation Therapy book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on qualified orders/5(7).

Insulin Potentiation Therapy (IPT) is an alternative cancer therapy that uses insulin to potentiate the effects of chemotherapy and other medications. This therapy was developed in Mexico by Dr. Donato Perez Garcia in the s and has been used.

Buy Treating Cancer With Insulin Potentiation Therapy by Hauser, Ross A., Hauser, Marion A. (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book 5/5(1). I did find an alternative cancer treatment centre (with lots of FAQs and similar) - but I still want to read "real patient" reviews.

Do you know of any places I can learn more. From what I gather it is a mix of low-dose chemo and natural mixtures of nutrients meant to kill the cancer, while not going overboard and hurting other parts of your body.

Insulin potentiated therapy (IPT) combines insulin and chemo to fight cancer. A third alternative treatment also targets cancer’s use of glucose in the body.

Insulin potentiation therapy (IPT) makes use of orthodox drugs — insulin and chemotherapy – in an innovative fashion. Insulin Potentiation Therapy (IPT) Group A: insulin i.v. (0,4 UI/kg.) in combination with Cyclophosphamide (0,10–0,15 g/m 2)/Epirubicin (3 mg/m 2); Vinblastine (0,5 mg/m 2) i.v.

in 8 patients. Group B: insulin i.v. (0,4 UI/kg.) in combination with Docetaxel (3,6 mg/m 2) i.v. in 8 patients. Length of one scan treatment: 6 applications in every 5-day interval, then sustaining treatment Cited by: 6.for treating cancer (the Independent Cancer Research Foundation is researching the use of DMSO with substances other than chemotherapy).

The book: Treating Cancer With Insulin Potentiation Therapy, by Ross A Hauser, M.D. and Marion A Hauser, M.S. actually lists which kinds of File Size: KB.