Monday, August 3, 2015
Cellular “Hack” with IPTLD
Cancer is the apparition of one o more abnormal cells in a healthy tissue, that will begin to grow until forming a mass called tumor.
This cancer cell apparition in a healthy tissue causes the release of chemical substances that the body will interpret as “damage”. This chemical information prepares the defense mechanism to send help; releasing immune cells, forming new blood vessels to help with repair, starting a protective process for the infiltrated tissue caused by cancer cells.
Many cancer drugs used to treat this anomaly are mostly tested in a lab, on animals or patients with a highly developed cancer, that may not always be the case of the patient that’s being treated. This can ultimately weaken the immune system and the dosages used are too elevated. Administering this medication is no guarantee that it will penetrate into the malignant cells, it may also affect healthy cells and the process can be prolonged, with very aggressive side effects for most patients.
There is a better way of administering this anti cancer medication, it is possible to “hack” the cancer cell’s membrane, opening a door into the damaged cell and administrating less dosage of the drug. The “hacking” method is called Insulin Potentiation Therapy Low Dose or IPTLD. It’s done in a natural way using insulin properties that, when knowing how to manipulate, may target only cancer cells, opening their membrane and in just the right moment, releasing the medication that will eventually eliminate them, and with that, the malignant tumor.
Cell membrane “hack” is possible, it’s called Insulin Potentiation Therapy.
To read more, visit: www.iptldmd.com