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        Dr. Paquette, in his book Medicine of Hope, explains the theory that digestive problems, often resulting from poor diet,  can underlie a wide variety of health problems.  He cites many of his cases where the underlying cause was apparently biliary dyskinesia (poor bile flow) and built-up liver toxicity.  By focusing his IPT treatments in part on increasing bile flow and detoxifying the liver, he was able to achieve rapid clearing of multiple symptoms, from circulatory problems to arthritis and allergies.  Here is one case of biliary dyskinesia to illustrate this.  But there are many cases throughout his book.

[Update 7/11/03:  A biliary dyskinesia patient has suggested that Dr. Paquette's ideas about this condition are incorrect or out of date.  She provided these links for more recent information: 1, 2, and 3.  Perhaps Dr. Paquette was using this term to refer to a wider range of problems, "Bad elimination of bile", which IPT might be able to address.]

        Dr. Perez Garcia 1 originally developed this technique and treatment plan, and Dr. Paquette learned it from his son, Dr. Perez Garcia y Bellon 2.

        Dr. Perez Garcia 1, in the 1930s, found that IPT was very successful in non-surgically treating gallstones.  Seeing the results for several patients probably helped him develop this understanding that chronic liver toxicity often causes chronic diseases, and his use of IPT-driven detoxification as an essential route for clearing them.

        There is a case of gallstones successfully treated with IPT, in the 1992 patent.

        See also the Hepatitis page.  IPT has been very successful in rapidly treating hepatitis, even hepatitis C.

Dr. Perez Garcia y Bellon 2 had a protocol for treating cholelithiasis and cholecystitis in his practice in 1975.




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