Drs. Perez Garcia 1 and 2 presented two cases of melanoma effectively treated with
IPT in their 1978 (?) book Cellular Cancer
Therapy [not yet fully digitized].
What is most amazing
is that complete remission was obtained in both cases without any surgery
whatsoever. All standard protocols, at least in the US, begin with
surgery. In the US today, the first case, a very large tumor (about 3 by 4
inches), would probably be treated with wide-area surgical excision, surgical
removal of nearby lymph nodes, a course of chemotherapy ("normal" dose
with likely side effects), and radiation to any organs with
metastases. Just imagine replacing this devastating regimen with 14
gentle IPT treatments!!
Here are links to the two cases:
1. Malignant melanoma
2. Malignant melanoma
Also in that book, they report treating another type of skin cancer
with IPT, a case of well-differentiated invasive epidermoid carcinoma, at the
right commissure of the lower lip.