Wednesday, May 25, 2016

low-dose chemo with IPTLD®

Donato Perez garcia
Hospital Angeles Tijauana
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F IPT® USES INSULIN, IS IT SAFE?
 
YES. IPT® is a safe procedure, WHEN ADMINISTERED BY A TRAINED, CERTIFIED IPT®PHYSICIAN. The amount of insulin used in this procedure is very low and will not cause damage to your body. A minor state of hypoglycemia is induced to achieve the precise “therapeutic moment” when the body is at it’s best to receive medication. Feel confident that you’re in the hands of Dr. Donato Pérez García, the most experience IPT® doctor who’s been doing this for over 30 years. No patient has ever dyed while undergoing this protocol.

 WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN IPT® AND IPTLD®?

IPTLD® stands for Insulin Potentiation Therapy Low Dose, which is used for cancer only, meaning it delivers Low Dose Chemotherapy using this delivery method.
IPT® stands for Insulin Potentiation Therapy, which is used for other chronic illnesses and medical conditions.
They are both the same medical protocol, only used in different health conditions and they are both registered trademarks of Donato Pérez García,MD.

 WHO CAN RECEIVE I.P.T?
Men and women, young or elderly adults with a chronic illness or other medical conditions.

 CAN I USE IPT® FOR SOMETHING ELSE THAN ISN’T CANCER?
 
Yes. There are many other medical conditions that can be cured or treated using this protocol. Keeping in mind that IPT® is an effective medicine delivery system, this can be used with most effective chemical and medicinal compounds. From malnutrition, pain, inflammation, infection, intoxications to more advanced stages of cancer and degenerative illnesses, IPT® can provide effective results. To know the list of other medical conditions go to:

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