If you want to find a physician who practices IPT
(insulin potentiation therapy), please visit IPTforCancer.com.
If you want to read in depth about the history and science of IPT,
If you are an IPT practitioner, please register immediately and stay in touch with the Elka Best Foundation.
Dear visitors, physicians, and prospective IPT patients,
IPT deserves a robust and excellent professional infrastructure.
The Elka Best Foundation has taken on the tasks of training and certifying IPT practitioners, providing them continuing education, maintaining listings that are as current as possible, supporting scientific and clinical research, enforcing ethical and practice standards, communicating with patients and advocating for them, organizing professional IPT conferences, and much more. I have seen the need for such an organization for many years, but the skills of others were needed to form it. And here it is.
I encourage all IPT practitioners worldwide to immediately register with the Elka Best Foundation, and pay their fees for listing on IPTforCancer.com. And I encourage everyone to support the foundation and its work, through volunteering, advocacy, financial gifts, and simply telling your family and friends.
Chris Duffield PhD
March 12, 2007
Questions or comments? CD@iptq.com
This web page does not attach any legal liability onto its creator and host. We are independent of and do not have any responsibility for the actions or communications of Elka Best Foundation or IPTforCancer.com. Nor are we in any way responsible for the actions of practitioners, nor for any consequences or results of treatment.
While individual anecdotal case reports, a few laboratory experiments, and a few very small pilot clinical studies since 1930 suggest that Insulin Potentiation Therapy (IPT) may be effective, there is at present no body of scientific data to convincingly validate it as a treatment for cancer or other diseases.
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