The purpose of this site is to publicly share information and to help generate discussion and research worldwide regarding insulin potentiation therapy (IPT). This website is independent of any physician, hospital, clinic, or physician group. Listing of them on this website does not constitute our endorsement of them, nor endorsement by them of any information herein.
There is no intention here to provide medical or legal advice, nor should any of the information contained in this site be considered to be such advice. Individuals should make their own medical and legal decisions in consultation with their own medical and legal practitioners. Medical practitioners who wish to perform IPT procedures should get IPT training first, and should make sure that they are allowed to do so within their local and national jurisdiction.
While individual anecdotal case reports over forty years (and one small clinical trial) suggest that this treatment may be effective, there is at present no collection of scientific data to conclusively validate Insulin Potentiation Therapy as a treatment for malignant neoplastic diseases (cancer) or any other diseases.
While the IPT protocol appears to be simple and safe, it must always be performed by or under the close supervision of a licensed physician, and never by the patient alone. Insulin-induced hypoglycemia may come on faster and go deeper than expected, and, if sufficient glucose is not administered in time, can lead to convulsions, coma, and death.
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IPT appears to be very promising as a medical treatment method. However, all we have to date are anecdotes and peripheral scientific support. Thus IPT is in an early experimental stage. Any patient choosing to undergo IPT treatments, and any physician choosing to perform them, are fully responsible for any risks and outcomes. IPTQ.com and its webhost disclaim any liability.
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