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Lung cancer
has become one of the most common forms of cancer in the world today, with devastating effects on many millions of patients.  Major causes are tobacco smoke, worldwide, and air pollution, especially in China and developing countries.  A simple non-surgical treatment like IPT could revolutionize the medical care of many of these patients.  

There are an estimated 1.1 billion smokers worldwide, of whom about 1/4 to 1/3 (275 to 367 million) are likely to die of lung cancer, if they persist.

        Fortunately, according to the Drs. Perez Garcia, small-cell lung cancer is one of the types of cancer that usually responds very well to IPT.  This protocol, with low dose chemotherapy combined with nutrients and detoxifiers, is certainly much gentler than conventional treatments.  Usually there are no side effects.  

        Certainly, I think, it would be worthwhile for patients and their doctors to consider what Dr. SGA calls a "Safe-Trial" period, in which gentle IPT treatments are tried for a few weeks before trying any other therapies.  If results are good (and Dr. Perez Garcia 3 says he can usually tell if it is likely to work after one or two treatments), then IPT can be continued.  If there is no effect, then the patient can go on to other methods, but at least he or she will have experienced no harm, and will have lost little ground during a week or two of postponement. 

        I recommend that the tobacco companies, who admit responsibility for causing many cases of lung cancer, and diesel engine manufacturers, and asbestos companies who may also carry some blame, and governments saddled with the care of these patients, all help support an intensive IPT research program.  It could lower liabilities and costs for all concerned, and improve the lives and hopes of the patients.  (But please, I beg, do not use this as an excuse to encourage more smoking and pollution!!!)

        My letters to the CEOs of the major tobacco companies have been met with indifference or total rejection.

8 Cases of lung cancer successfully treated with IPT:

bulletHere is a case study of large cell adenocarcinoma of the lung (lung cancer) diagnosed in the U.S. and successfully treated with IPT, as reported in the 1990 patent.

bulletThe same case is presented in much more detail in  Clinical Experience with the Practice of  Insulin Potentiation Therapy: Best Case Series by Donato Perez Garcia y Bellón, M.D.,  Donato Perez Garcia, Jr., M.D., and  SGA, M.D., 1997.  Also in Insulin and cancer chemotherapy (SGA, M.D., unpublished article, 1987.

bulletA case of metastatic lung cancer, in complete remission after ten IPT treatments, with no side effects, submitted by Ross A. Hauser MD.

bulletTwo lung cancer cases described in Cellular Cancer Therapy (Donato Perez Garcia 1 and Donato Perez Garcia y Bellon 2, 1978(?), translated by Mike Dillinger),.  

        1.  Pulmonary carcinoma of the left vertex [lung cancer]
        2.  Brocogenous [bronchial?] carcinoma [lung cancer]

bulletDr. Perez Garcia 3, in his patient brochure, gives short anecdotes of two cases of lung cancer completely cleared with IPT.

bulletDr. Paquette reported two lung cancer cases in his book Medicine of HopeThe first case was a woman with lung cancer that was too far gone to achieve remission.  However, Dr. Paquette was able to reduce her pain up to 90% without pain medications, and was able to give her a remarkable degree of independence and improved quality of life for her last days.  The second case was a 50-year-old man  who was told he had only three months to live.  Five weeks after IPT, there was no trace of the tumors, confirmed with hospital checks for four years.
bulletDr. Perez Garcia y Bellon 2 had a protocol for treating lung cancer in his practice in 1975.


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