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Donato 2 in 1989 Donato Perez Garcia y Bellón, MD     

More experience with IPT than any doctor in history.   44 years of IPT experience, practiced from 1956 to 2000 in Mexico City, and contributed to IPT education and research.  He successfully treated a wide range of cancers, infectious diseases, arthritis, and many other conditions.  He was fluent in Spanish, English, and French.  Son of Dr. Perez Garcia 1, discoverer of IPT; and father of Dr. Perez Garcia 3.  Born November 18, 1930, and died November 23, 2000 in Mexico City. Ponciano Arriaga #28 PB Col.Revolucion (near  the Monumento a la Revolución)
Cuauhtemoc-06030, México,D.F. MEXICO
Phone: 011-52-(5)-546-3183, 011-52-(5)-703-1591, or  011-52-(5)-546-8094
Email:  donatopg2 schedule:  Consultations on Monday, Wednesday, Friday.  Treatments given at Dalinde Medical Center

[(Count your successes by the organs which you have conserved, not by those which you have mutilated --Hippocrates (460-377 BC)]
-- sign in big letters at the entrance to the clinic of Dr. Donato Perez Garcia

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Dr. Perez Garcia in his office (1990s)
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Dr. Perez Garcia in his office (1990s)

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Drs. Perez Garcia 2 and 3 preparing
medications (1990s)

Donato 2 and Donato 1 in office with flowers
Drs. Perez Garcia 2 and 1 reviewing a case in
the late 1960s(?) at their Ponciano Arriaga
office in Mexico City.  Flowers on the right are
most likely from grateful patient Catalina
Escobar, who took the photo.

Dr. Perez Garcia 2 (1970s?)

Donato 1 and Donato 2 in late 1950s
Drs. Perez Garcia 1 and 2 in late 1950s
Pictures below of Dr. Perez 2 in late 1950s:

Donato 2 in late 1950s with nurse and patient
Donato 2 in late 1950s
Donato 2 in late 1950s

     If you were a patient who wanted to have IPT treatments from the most experienced IPT doctor in the world, before November 2000 you should have gone to see Donato Perez Garcia y Bellón, MD.

     If you were a doctor who wanted to learn to practice IPT, study its history, and understand its application to the widest variety of diseases, you should have spent time with him in Mexico City, or invited him to your location.

     Dr. Perez Garcia y Bellon 2 had more experience with IPT than any doctor in history.   He practiced IPT since 1956 --  44 years, even longer than the 43 years his father, Dr. Perez Garcia 1,  practiced IPT.  Thus he represented 87 doctor-years of IPT experience.  He personally taught IPT to three other IPT doctors:  his son Dr. Perez Garcia 3 and SGA, both practicing today, and the late Jean-Claude Paquette.  He used IPT to treat more different diseases than any other living practitioner, and perhaps more than any other doctor in history.

     Dr. SGA documented Dr. Perez's practice of IPT as it existed in 1975 in a wonderful document.

     Truly, Dr. Perez Garcia y Bellon 2 was the IPT master, the IPT source, the IPT time machine.  He carried IPT from its founding into the 21st century.  Without him, the work of his father, Dr. Perez Garcia 1, would have been forgotten in the flow of time, lost in history.  Without him, IPT would be just dusty echoes in yellowing, forgotten journals and newspapers.  Instead, because of m's life, his learning from his father, his persistence in communicating about IPT, and his training of other doctors, IPT is alive and healthy today, with more than 120 IPT practitioners  (Nov 2003), and more being trained.

     Dr. Perez Garcia y Bellon 2 was born November 18, 1930,  just two years after his father, Dr. Perez Garcia 1,  first used IPT for patients.  Having lived around IPT and heard about IPT all his life, it was natural for him to become a doctor and practice IPT.  He joined his father's practice in 1956, shortly after obtaining his medical diploma in 1955.  They worked closely together for fifteen years until Dr. Perez Garcia 1 died in 1971.  Dr. Perez Garcia y Bellon 2 practiced alone for the next 12 years, until 1983, when his own son, Dr. Perez Garcia 3, joined him in the family practice for 5 years.  He continued to practice alone from 1988 until his death on November 23, 2000.

     Much as his father did, Dr. Perez Garcia y Bellon 2 traveled extensively, and communicated with people in numerous countries, including the US and Canada, hoping to get doctors and patients to try IPT and discover its benefits compared with standard treatments.  Like his father, and for a while with him, he did clinical and laboratory research on IPT, studying IPT effects on Na+ and K+ ions and pH in urine and blood, and surface tension and carbon dioxide in the blood.  He co-published several scientific papers about IPT,  jointly obtained US and Canadian patents for IPT, and held corporate offices in Sana Medical Institute and Medical Renaissance Foundation.

     At the time of his death at age 70, his memories, his stories, his knowledge, were a unique treasure.  It was my great hope that his knowledge and skills would be learned and documented by doctors and medical researchers.  And it was also my hope that he would write the early history of IPT,  as he planned.  He was the one living person best qualified to do this.  (I have a short memoir manuscript by him in my files, which will be scanned and translated soon.)  Sadly, none of this came to pass, and time ran out.

    Dr. Perez Garcia y Bellon 2 enjoyed his life fully until the end.  He remarried, and had a second family with two young children.

     Dr. Perez Garcia y Bellon 2 died before the world could debrief him of his encyclopedia of IPT knowledge, ideas, and experiences.  This is an enormous loss for humanity.  In the big picture, the life of this one man on his 70th birthday was a very thin thread.  And on November 23, 2000, it broke.

From IPTQ before he died:

If you are going to honor Dr. Perez Garcia y Bellon 2, honor him now.  
If you are going to learn from him, learn from him now.  
If you want to record his knowledge and stories, record them now.  
If you want him to treat you with IPT, go to see him now.

Now all we can do is sift through the records that remain, and hope that clever researchers will be able to reconstruct and rediscover the treasures of medical knowledge that were lost.

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     A very high priority, I believed, should have been put on bringing Donato Perez Garcia y Bellon MD officially and permanently to the United States.  His IPT skills and knowledge were priceless, unique, and irreplaceable.  They could have been put to best use here.  A faculty position at a teaching hospital would have been ideal, so he could have worked with medical students and other doctors, so he could have been a consultant for many medical and pharmacological researchers and entrepreneurs, and so he could have treated many patients, for the remainder of his career.  The ideal situation would have been for him to work side by side with his son, Dr. Perez Garcia y Bellon 2, in the San Francisco Bay Area, at the medical center of Stanford or UCSF, or both.  I would have liked to see this happen, for the sake of all humanity.  

And now we must carry on without him.




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