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IPT Volunteer Patient Advocates

     Some patients and prospective patients would like to communicate with other people who have gone through or are still going through the same process with IPT.  They may be seeking emotional support, help in choosing an IPT doctor, or just wondering what it is like to get IPT. 

We are pleased to offer the following contact information for some present or past IPT patients who are willing to chat by email with patients and prospective patients.  Please respect their time and energy.

Julie <caliphotogirl@yahoo.com>  has been a patient of Dr. Perez Garcia for two years, and has had more than 30 IPT treatments.  She is a nurse, and is willing to talk with people considering IPT, by email or by phone.  "I know how daunting it is, in the beginning, to change your whole life to pursue a treatment you believe in."

Sonshine@iptq.com    This is the email address of "Rev. Sonshine", who is a current IPT patient of  Dr. Donato Perez Garcia, receiving treatment for breast cancer.   She has a personal website about her IPT experiences at Breast.Cancer.4t.com .

Do you want to become a Volunteer Patient Advocate? 
Wonderful!  Please email us at CDIPTQ@IPTQ.com
Also please email us if you have any comments or issues to share with us about our volunteers.

Notice:  These volunteer patient advocates are self selected and receive no payment for doing this.  So please respect their time and energy.  While we really appreciate them and what they are willing to do, we cannot specifically endorse them or their opinions or information, and we are not responsible for their words or actions.

 

 Carole Jakaboski  our first patient advocate, died on November 11, 2002.   In her last months she graciously talked and emailed with people who were considering IPT.  She was an IPT patient, who loved its results. Her severe case of inflammatory breast cancer was well under control when she died of other causes

"It is SOoooo great to feel as good as I do today.  I spent several hours working on my morning glory garden.... This is such a wonderful feeling for me, I mean, to have the energy and the stamina to complete such a big job, one that would have been out of my realm of possibility just a few weeks ago. God has truly blessed me. My prayers and the prayers of people all over the globe have been heard."  (May 19, 2002)
Carole Jakaboski
Carole Jakaboski
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