Brief Chronology of IPT
1896, October 22 Donato Perez Garcia
1 was born in Mexico City.
1921 Insulin discovered in 1921 by Banting & Best.
1924 Donato 1 received Medical Diploma.
1926, July 25, at 8:45am Donato 1 first injected
himself with insulin.
1928 First IPT treatment of patients with syphilis in
1930, November 18 Donato Perez Garcia y Bellon
1935, July 13 Dr. Perez Garcia 1 applied for US patent for use of
IPT to treat syphilis.
1935 Dr. Perez Garcia 1 demonstrated IPT at Harvard in US in (age
1937-38 Dr. Perez Garcia 1 practiced IPT in San Antonio and Austin,
1938 Dr. Perez Garcia 1 invited by US Secretary of War Harry H.
Woodring to demonstrate IPT at Saint Elizabeth's Hospital, Washington, D.C..
1939 US patent 2,145,869 granted
for IPT treatment of syphilis.
1939 Official document
recognizing the effectiveness of IPT signed by Alberto P. Leon, Mexican
Secretary of Health.
1940 Official document
recognizing the effectiveness of IPT signed by J. Agustin Cástro, Mexican
Secretary of Defense.
1941 Dr. Perez Garcia 1 set up clinic to successfully test IPT in
1943-44 Dr. Perez Garcia 1 invited to demonstrate IPT in US at
Naval Hospital in San Diego.
1944, April 10 Time
Magazine article about Dr. Perez Garcia 1 and IPT successes, the
first international recognition of the work of a Mexican doctor.
1944 Mexican military loses national election in 1944,
ending Dr. Perez Garcia 1's chance to be Mexican Secretary of Health.
1945 First successful treatment of cancer with IPT.
1947 Dr. Perez Garcia 1 demonstrated IPT in the US again in 1947.
1948 Dr. Perez Garcia 1 cured ulcers with antibiotics and IPT, 49
years before treatment with antibiotics became standard practice.
1950 Dr. Perez Garcia 1 presented ulcer results to 9th
Cong. of Surgeons in Mexico City.
1953 Dr. Perez Garcia 1 published the first book about IPT, Terapia
Celular (Cellular Therapy).
1956 Dr. Perez Garcia y Bellon 2
joined Dr. Perez Garcia 1's medical practice).
1950s Drs. Perez Garcia 1 and 2 reversed paralysis of polio
in children with IPT.
1958, March 30 Dr. Perez Garcia 3
born in Mexico City.
1960s Drs. Perez Garcia 1 and 2 developed and researched a
simple medical diagnostic method, the Oncodiagnosticator.
1971, December 12 Dr. Perez Garcia 1 died.
1975 SGA MD met
Dr. Perez Garcia y Bellon 2, documented his practice, and began to promote
Donatian Therapy research in the US.
(Later he coined the name "insulin potentiation therapy" (IPT) for the updated
version of the therapy.)
1976 Jean-Claude Paquette MD
met Dr. Perez Garcia y Bellon 2, and started practicing IPT in Quebec, Canada (and later in Haiti).
1977 First treatment of multiple sclerosis with IPT, by
Jean-Claude Paquette MD.
1983 Donato Perez Garcia 3
joined Dr. Perez Garcia y Bellon 2's clinic, in the same office founded by Dr. Perez Garcia 1.
1986 Chris Duffield PhD
met SGA MD, starting a long involvement with IPT.
1986 SGA published general
article about IPT in Medical Hypotheses.
1987 "Project 87" convened by SGA
MD, leading to the founding of SANA Institute, Inc., and Medical Renaissance
Foundation, the grant of two IPT patents, and team efforts to promote IPT
research and treatment.
1987 Drs. Perez Garcia 2 and 3 successfully treated three patients
with HIV/AIDS using IPT.
1988, November Dr. Perez Garcia 3 moved from Mexico
City to establish his practice in Tijuana, Baja California, near San Diego,
1989 SGA MD published two
articles about IPT treatment of HIV/AIDS.
1989 Drs. SGA and Drs. Perez Garcia 2 and 3 presented a
poster about low-dose chemotherapy for breast cancer at a fundamental cancer
research forum at M.D.Anderson Cancer Center, starting a long chain of actions
to promote research on breast cancer treatment with IPT (see chronology
of breast cancer efforts).
1990 US patent 4,971,951
granted for IPT treatment of cancer and viral diseases.
1990 Article about
IPT low-dose chemotherapy for breast cancer published in European Journal of
1992 US patent 5,155,096
granted for IPT treatment of many diseases.
1995 Jean-Claude Paquette MD printed his book about IPT,
Médecine de l'Espoir (Medicine
of Hope) and then died.
1996 First IPT website, one
page, by Dr. Perez Garcia 3.
1997 SGA MD began to treat cancer with IPT,
under an IRB-approved protocol.
1999, July 31 IPTQ.com (now also IPTQ.org and
IPTQ.net) launched on web.
1999, October 20 Jean-Claude Paquette's book Médecine
de l'Espoir made public for the first time, on IPTQ, in original French.
1999, December 19 English translation (by
Aimé Ricci) of Medicine
of Hope, Jean-Claude Paquette's book, published on IPTQ.
2000, May 8 Submitted IPTQ to all major search
2000, September 18 IPT doctors presented their
best cancer cases to NIH Cancer Advisory Panel for Complementary and Alternative
2000, November 23 (Thanksgiving Day) Donato
Perez Garcia y Bellon 2 died in Mexico City.
2000, December, and 2001, January IPTQ.org
launched to the public