Open letter to people who work for healthcare
Whether your organization is
profit, nonprofit, or governmental, your stated goals certainly include:
- Giving the best health care possible to the people you cover.
- Reducing costs as much as possible.
I believe that insulin potentiation therapy (IPT) could immensely help you
and your organization in both of these directions.
Better health care
For cancer care, I do not
know of a medical treatment that can compare in effectiveness and low side
effects to IPT, as reported here. Fast, often complete remissions
using insulin potentiated very-low-dose chemotherapy are reported routinely,
without surgery, radiation, and side effects.
For arthritis care, the
reported results are also very interesting: relief from symptoms for five
to seven years after just two or three IPT treatments.
And IPT has been reported to have
similarly good results for treatment of a very wide variety of other
diseases, over its 74 years (134 doctor years) of practice. Much as
antibiotics can treat a wide variety of infections with many different
manifestations, much as steroids can provide rapid symptomatic relief for a wide
range of conditions, IPT is apparently a mechanism that has multiple actions and
doses of drugs are needed with IPT. Reported results are faster. Treatment is
reported to be more effective, resulting in shorter duration of care, and less
follow-up required. Toxicity is decreased and safety is increased. And
in some cases, such as hepatitis C and pancreatic cancer, there is no other
practical medical treatment available at any price. All of these result in
improved outcomes and lower costs.
Unfortunately, all of the reports of IPT success
are anecdotal. (But what great anecdotes!) Groups like yours usually want a lot of
controlled clinical evidence before adopting a new practice. And the
needed clinical trials and laboratory research have not yet been done in
the 74 years of IPT history. We who are involved with IPT think that
such trials are urgently called for. The enthusiasm of doctors who have
used IPT, the low risk of trying IPT, the huge potential benefits if it is
validated, and the growing support in the scientific literature for ideas of why
IPT may work, all point in this direction.
improbable that such
research will be carried out or supported by drug companies, since this is a
small modification of medical practice rather than a new drug, and since they
have not supported this work for the last 74 years, That means that
funding and action will need to come from government agencies, from
philanthropy, and from healthcare providers like your organization.
Whether your group actually carries out clinical trials, or just lobbies the NIH
and the pharmaceutical companies to give IPT more attention, your help will be
effective and appreciated.
you have the chance to offer your patients a safer, more effective
medical practice, getting better results using the drugs and supplies
you already have. You also have the chance to save many millions
of dollars, while saving and improving countless lives. Now is the
right time to become familiar with and get involved with IPT. Soon
your patients will demand it.
Please explore this website
and see what I mean...
Chris Duffield Ph.D.