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Future Possibilities and Speculations about IPT
by Chris Duffield

Feb 21-22, 2001:  For the first time, a veterinarian learned IPT.
It was Norman J Ward DVM CVA of Holistic Animal Center of Arizona, in Scottsdale, Arizona.

Veterinary IPT

        Insulin is not ours alone.  We share it with all primates, and with all mammals, and indeed with most animals.  There are even insulin-like molecules in nematodes (small, primitive worms).  So if IPT works in human beings, it should work in many other species.  In mammals, IPT protocols can probably be used without any changes, except perhaps in insulin and glucose dose per weight, and in timing.  We will probably find that IPT also works in birds and reptiles.  And maybe even in fish.

        I can imagine IPT being used in the near future for treatment of beloved dogs and cats, of valuable race horses and prize bulls, of large and rare  mammals in zoos, of whales and dolphins in aquariums.   

        As an example, a recent news item reported that many zoo elephants apparently die of herpes infections passed from Asian to African elephants, and vice versa.  Perhaps IPT could be used to treat both the acute and the chronic forms of this disease.

        There may turn out to be fewer psychological and institutional  barriers to IPT's use in veterinary medicine than there are in human medicine.  The first step is to get the word out, which IPTQ publicity may help to do.  And then all that is needed is for one or more innovative veterinarians to try the IPT protocol, modify it if required, and communicate their results to their peers.   My bet is that the results of IPT in other mammals will be spectacular. 

Speculation March 4, 2001:  Could IPT help treat hoof and mouth disease, which is causing such chaos in Europe these days?

 

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