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Medicine of Hope, part 8



Migraine confirms a liver problem, of biliary dyskinesia, just like hemorrhoids, varices, yellowish corneas, cholesteatomas (small fatty tumors) on the eyelids, for example. These diseases belong to the neurology specialty, but actually, they are connected to circulatory problems and indirectly to the liver, where the whole return venous circulation is routed.

[IPTQ Webhost 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 Paquette's ideas about this condition are incorrect or out of date.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.  It appears that 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.]

Let us specify initially that migraine is a disease and that the word cephalgia quite simply means headache. We usually say, "I have a migraine" instead of "I have a headache". I recently heard an advertisement message that there are a million cases of migraine in Canada. I believe it is perhaps exaggerated. One perhaps confused migraine and cephalgia. Are they confirmed cases?

Migraine is characterized by a unilateral, left or right cephalgia, usually preceded by a premonitory phase called "aura" and it is very difficult to relieve. The presence of these three characteristics is needed to confirm a migraine.

As for cephalgias, there are several thousands of different forms, according to the localization, the starting point and the orientation, the hour or the moment of appearance, the feeling experienced, the concomitance and alternation with other symptoms, etc. Neurologists get confused and homeopaths make out with it.


Case # 10: GD

Laboratory technician, age 27, female

Diagnosis: constant and tenacious cephalgias for the last 5 months, facial paralysis, and loss of weight of 25 lb. (11.5 kg).

Patient referred to neurology by her attending practitioner for alarming cephalgia. Sees five teams of neurologists in Montreal who finally tell her that they cannot do anything in her case and recommend a clinic in Switzerland, specialized in cephalgia cases. Neither aspirin, codeine, morphine, nor the interminable gamut of known analgesics with their side effects can relieve it. The pain is always there, present day and night, above the cranium, and the patient feels a constant pressure inside the cranium, which feels as if it is going to burst. Above her left orbit and behind the eyeball, the same pain becomes unbearable. A right facial paralysis and a flabbiness of the musculature are also noted. Of all the known panoply, no examination was neglected.

The patient has lost 25 lb. in five months. Her state becomes alarming. She was referred to me by a serious and conscientious general practitioner. When she arrives, she does not have much faith. Five teams of neurologists removed her hope for a cure. For me, it is a challenge to accept. I spend thirty hours to study the case, to try to corner it, to seek the solution. And all of a sudden, like a flash: "Come with me to my clinic in Haiti. Your cephalgias will disappear".

Several different diagnoses had been considered. I had considered after-effects of old traumas, migraine, vascular cephalgia, intracranial tumor, neoplasia, neuralgia, ocular troubles, contraceptive intolerance, remote infection, sinusitis and several others. The most plausible diagnosis remained in my view a cephalgia from hepatotoxicity (intoxication of the liver), because a dermatologist had prescribed to her Terramycin (antibiotic toxic to the liver) for two years for an infected dermatitis.

Less than 48 hours after the application of the first treatment, without aspirin, codeine or morphine, the pain decreases by 50%. And one week later, the day after the second treatment, another 20 to 25% of improvement is added, bringing back the appetite, the smile and the total regression of her facial paralysis. The pain disappears completely thereafter.

On her return to Canada, the young lady resumes her activities of laboratory technician in a hospital of the Ottawa area. Her husband assures me, in 1993, that for the last twelve years, she has never again suffered from it.


Case # 11: RM

Businessman, age 41

Diagnosis: chronic sinusitis, respiratory allergies, and frontal cephalgias for the last 20 years.

Tests for allergies, unsuccessful series of anti-allergic vaccines. Multiple consultations in ORL. The pains with the frontal sinuses persist year in year out with periods of exacerbation so strong that one day walking on the sidewalk he is arrested by a policeman who believes he is drunk. His sister must intervene saying: "Can’t you see that he is sick?"

One week after his single ICT treatment he goes hunting. He had to abstain from it for several years. In 1995, 18 years later, he declares to me on the telephone not to have suffered ever again from cephalgias since his ICT treatment.


Case # 12: RC

Director of the mortgage department for a financial institution

Diagnosis: stress cephalgias.

Patient suffering of cephalgias since adolescence. At the time of consultation, each day for five years he has suffered from cephalgias on the right, on the left, in helmet, but usually bilateral, accompanied by dizzy spells, throbbing pains (which follow the heartbeats) and by palpitations.

Referred to neurology by a general practitioner, he passed an exhaustive series of tests in nuclear medicine, which did not lead to any confirmed diagnosis. He decided to give it all up and not to be treated. And actually, he had never been treated. Doctors were satisfied to seek a diagnosis, to prove it scientifically, and they forgot the patient. One neurologist spoke about red migraine, the other of white migraine... .

He met me. I saw him in crisis. He accepted, without great conviction, an ICT treatment. He stated to me in February 1995 that he has not suffered from cephalgias again for 18 years, he is doing very well, and has not had an acute crisis as in the past. ICT treated the patient and not the disease.



The skin is the fifth emunctory organ of our body after the digestive tract, liver, lung and kidney.

Skin diseases for which we generally consult most often take a chronic form, putting aside the acute cases of eruptive fever, abscesses, furuncles (boils), pyoderma (skin infections), herpes (wild fires), prurigo (itch), scabies (mange), urticaria, burns and chilblain (frostbite). Even among these last ones, if there is recurrence, reappearance, persistence, such as for example in herpes, furunculosis, varicose ulcers (circulatory disease), certain pruriginous dermatosis, recurrent urticaria, we should not scratch too long under the skin to find, not very far, "a responsible ground" for these problems.

The skin has always been considered the mirror of health: it reflects the general state. In the very young, the newborn, what is called cradle cap (chapeau) is only the cutaneous demonstration of a digestive disorder, of nutrition too rich in fat and farinaceous food. They all generally disappear in a few days, usually without any application of pomade, by removing cereals, farinaceous foods, and in "cutting" milk.

It is a pity that the current medical establishment does not know how (or does not want) to use the ICT that I am offering.

In the following pages, I present as such my personal experience with ICT, some typical cases that illustrate well the theory that I advance, mainly in the cases of psoriasis, another dermatologist’s "bête noire" (nemesis or curse), along with herpes and varicose ulcers. Without questioning the patient about his nutrition habits, without changing his food nor his mode of life, the latter are relentlessly prescribing cortisone and preparations containing cortisone or methotrexate an anti-cancer agent so toxic that it sometimes causes cirrhosis, anemia and hepato-splenomegaly (liver and spleen hypertrophy).



Let me tell you a conclusive personal experience. A young man about twenty had asked me, without wanting to consult me, to renew his prescription for a pomade (ointment) with cortisone, prescribed four years ago for his acne by other doctors.

I refuse to do so without the previous questionnaire and examination. The four doctors consulted before me prescribed antibiotics for him; pomades containing cortisone repeated one after the other, series of examinations at the hospital, cultures and antibiotic sensibility tests, etc.

No one looked into his lifestyle or regimen (nutrition habits). I note some obvious major circulatory and digestive troubles.

I ask him a few questions. "Let us talk about yesterday. At what time did you get up?" "About 9:00 AM." "At what time did you go to bed?" "Around 11:00 PM." "What did you eat in the course of the day? For breakfast?" "I did not eat breakfast." "You did not take anything in the morning?" "Yes, three Pepsi." "At what time did you eat lunch?" "I did not eat lunch." "You did not take anything in the afternoon?" "Yes, three Pepsi." "You must have been famished at dinnertime. At what time did you eat dinner?" "At 9:30 PM." "What did you eat?" "A pizza." "What size?" "Jumbo." "And you did not drink anything with that?" "Yes three Pepsi." He crashes in front of the TV and goes to bed around 11:00 PM. No comments! I had found the key to the enigma.

Without prescribing him any medications, pomade, or ointment, I recommend to him to eat three meals a day, drink 8 to 10 glasses of water during the day and to take note of all he would eat and drink. I prohibited him to have pizza and soda beverages. One week later, he returned to the office the face glowing. He did not have one single pimple.


Case # 1: MT

Housewife, age 42

Diagnosis: pruriginous dermatosis (skin disease with itch), dermographism (see further down).

Scratching for hours each evening in bed for two years. Consults a dermatologist who makes her undergo 58 allergy tests, which are all negative. The allergist tells her "not to spend any money. That will never go away". He prescribes antihistamines as needed for relief. This patient also presents a very marked dermographism, i.e. a simple line on the skin leaves a raised reddish mark that lasts several minutes. This problem disappears on the day following her first treatment. The itching problems disappear in a few hours.

After 18 years, in March 1995, she states having no more dermographism, neither to be suffering from allergy, nor of pruritus, and she took no medicine since her ICT treatment.

Signed: Marielle Therrien, Sainte-Anne-du-Lac


Case # 2: JCT

Restaurant owner, age 33, male

Diagnosis: psoriasis, allergy to sunlight and metals.

Patient suffering from psoriasis for the last 22 years, of allergies to sunlight and metals since age 12 (gold, money, copper, iron, bronze). Cannot wear a watch or rings for the last 10 years. Three days after his first ICT treatment, without application of pomade, he can expose himself to the sun, wear a watch again and a ring. Following the prescribed diet to the letter, he did not suffer any more from psoriasis nor from allergies since his treatments.


Case # 3: BT

Housewife, age 50

Diagnosis: psoriasis, rheumatoid arthritis, hypertension, diabetes, angina, and erythrodermia.

Psoriasis for the last 10 years, rheumatoid arthritis since age15, recent diabetes, hypertension for the last 20 years and angina for the last 8 years. In the opinion of the dermatologists from the Hôtel-Dieu hospital in Montreal, it is one of the most serious cases of psoriasis (skin disease characterized by whitish squamous and redness below) they ever had to treat. Also, erythrodermia (redness of the skin) generalized on the trunk, the four limbs, the face, with papilla squamous lesions on scalp and inroads to fingernails and toenails. Treated for the last 10 years with cortisone and methotrexate, which caused her cirrhosis, anemia, liver and spleen trouble. In spite of the other diagnoses, which complicate nicely the treatment, the patient literally grows new skin in a few days after the ICT. The blood pressure is normalized and she can close her hands with ease. The improvement is spectacular.


Case # 4: RG

Housewife, age 36

Diagnosis: dermatitis and allergic asthma, vitiligo (depigmentation of the skin by patches) for 16 years, has hypertrophied thyroid gland (goiter).

In the days following the treatment, she does not have any asthma attacks; her coryza (head cold) and her pruritus palpebral (itching of the eyelids) in the sun disappear.

There is no more appearance of blisters as before the treatment. Her vitiligo disappears and, upon palpation, her thyroid gland decreases notably.


Case # 5: JC

Forest foreman, age 59

Diagnosis: psoriasis.

Case #5: Photo taken on the
morning of the first treatment.

Photo taken after three days.

Generalized psoriasis on the whole back area and both legs. Without application of any pomade (ointment), the lesions disappear almost completely following the two treatments (photographs taken after three days for back up proof.)


Case # 6: GT

Housewife, age 25

Diagnosis: psoriasis for the last 7 years.

Dermatosis generalized to the whole body: scalp, abdomen, back, armpits, arms, chest, ears, and face. Has seen a crowd of dermatologists. No treatment is effective. Following the ICT treatment, according to her 98% disappearance of the lesions in two months. Thereafter, reappearance of 10 or 15% for periods because of various problems and nutrition (declaration March 1994).


Case # 7: CD

Hairdresser, age 30, female

Diagnosis: psoriasis since age 16.

Case #7: Photo taken
on the morning of the
first treatment.

Photo taken after
five days.

On her arrival at the clinic, the lesions are photographed and are quite visible at the dorso-lumbar area, buttocks, thighs, abdominal area, neck, elbows, forearms, and legs. If she bends the knees, the elbows, or if she closes her hands, the skin cracks and starts bleeding. Both hands have been covered with lesions for 6 years. She even has some under both feet and under her nails. She cannot practice any more her trade as a hairdresser. Another photograph is taken five days after the ICT treatment and shows a very sharp improvement of the lesions, that the patient estimates herself at 60%.

Thereafter, the improvement continues to appear. All that, without application of any pomade... .



The mouth is the "wide open" entrance door to external substances feeding us or poisoning us. The digestive system is the most important way of absorption for the human body and the most significant emunctory organ (organ that carries off body waste) of our organism, before the liver, kidney and skin, which do not minimize the role of the lung, nor of the circulatory system. ICT attaches a paramount importance to the intestine and the liver, and starts its great offensive of detoxification by attacking them first. It is what explains the constant changes that one can observe among all patients in treatment. Improvement or disappearance of dysphagia (difficulties in swallowing), nausea, vomiting, distention, gastric pains (stomach), hepatic pains (liver) or colic (large intestine) spontaneous or at palpation, constipation, flatulence, hemorrhoids, dizzy spells, post-prandial heaviness (somnolence after the meals), and digestive cephalgias, etc.



In my 19 years of experience in ICT, I noticed a constant factor in almost all the chronic illnesses: For example the asthmatic, the emphysematous, the cases of dermatosis, cancer, prostate disorders, gynecological troubles, circulatory troubles, chronic arthritis, migraine. The great majority suffers from chronic constipation and biliary dyskinesia (disorder of bile elimination).

[IPTQ Webhost 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.  It appears that 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.]

With the questionnaire, how many times I heard patients answer me: "I have a bowel movement every day. I am regular like a clock". I noted it in the file.

However, at the examination, an ascending colon (part of the intestine), transverse or descendant painful at palpation, congestive, increased volume, revealed an elimination problem. (See section: "The phenomenon of the water glass"). We are a people of great constipation and this is the gate that opens the door to most of our ailments.


Case # 1: CR

Restaurant owner, age 34, female

Diagnosis: biliary dyskinesia.

Patient operated on the liver at age 19. Since that time, that is to say for fifteen years, she continues to suffer from the liver and to have approximately three good attacks per year, requiring each time one week of hospitalization. Suffers from dizzy spells, nausea each morning, dysphagia, occasional vomiting, liver pains, distention, post-prandial heaviness (somnolence after the meals). Operated as well for renal lithiasis (calculus or stones in the kidneys) at age 25 and never was well since. Suffers from pains to both kidneys and must be hospitalized 2 to 3 times per year for urinary infections. Also, circulatory troubles (acrocyanosis, precordial pain, premenstrual syndrome, palpitations, effort dyspnea), chronic lumbago, and nicotinic bronchitis. Since her ICT treatment, the patient suffered from no urinary infection or any digestive problems. Moreover, she has not taken any medications since. The other problems were also eliminated to date. She lost the need to smoke with the detoxification, like a good thirty other patients, and has never smoked since. She has religiously followed the diet and the recommended lifestyle for 8 years now.


Case # 2: LG

Housewife, age 36

Diagnosis: viral hepatitis.

Patient returning from a trip to Mexico carrying viral hepatitis that the laboratory confirms the same morning. The traditional symptoms are present: discolored stools, very yellow cornea, icteric complexion (yellow), nausea, abdominal and hepatic pains, intolerable occipital cephalgias, and intense asthenia (feeling of weakness). Following the ICT treatment performed the very same day, we note a remarkably fast regression of the symptoms that conventional medicine does not experience. In a few days, SGOT (Serum Glutamic Oxaloacetic Transaminase) tests (transaminase of the liver) pass from 512 to 37 (normal O to 40) and SGPT (Serum Glutamic Pyruvic Transaminase) from 1078 to 157 (normal O to 45). Fact also to be noted, the detoxification on the cutaneous side is so intense that her bath water, on the evening of the treatment, takes a very dark yellow color.


Case # 3: MM (November 1980)

Italian actress, age 25

Diagnosis: viral hepatitis, breast cysts, ocular, and circulatory troubles.

Italian actress during the making of a film in Haiti, hospitalized in Haiti for viral hepatitis, confirmed by laboratory test.

She is too weak to perform; the producers must wait for her. She is brought to my clinic.

In a few days, after the ICT treatment, her blood chemistry becomes normal again, to her great surprise her vision and hearing improve. The cysts melt in her breasts and her blood circulation improves. She can continue the filming.


Case # 4: HP

Waitress, age 33

Diagnosis: ulcerous colitis (inflammation of the colon) for the last 14 years.

The patient is hospitalized 3 months in a Montreal hospital and returns there twice. She has received cortisone for three years without improvement. With sometimes up to 15 bowel movements per day accompanied by massive hemorrhages. She refused colostomy (artificial anus) for ten years. Treated successfully with ICT, in Haiti. Has only one hemorrhage (mild), one week after her return home. She has not had any more since her treatment in Haiti 10 years ago.



Road network: 100,000 km of arteries, veins, capillaries, and lymphatic vessels.

The improvement of blood circulation is ICT´s "force de frappe". It is thanks to this improvement that it can convey and use medications for basic detoxification and for specific cure for diseases. It is also on blood circulation that the treatment exerts the fastest results. Thus we often see in 24 hours, decreasing or regressing, the following symptoms: edema (swelling), cramps, acrocyanosis (cold hands and feet), dizzy spells, vertigo, numbness, tingling of the extremities, tinnitus (buzzing ears), anginous pains, cephalgias (headaches), venous swelling (varices and hemorrhoids), and hypertension.

Briefly let us look at a surgical case of hemorrhoidal mass, an infarction and two cases of obliterant endarteritis, intra-arterial disease for which there is no medical treatment found effective in conventional medicine. Faced by such a diagnosis, one quite simply recommends to the patient to quit smoking (see circulatory diseases, case # 2) and sometimes to get an operation, which prevents immediate medical complications but does not change anything for the blood circulation. Because we do not go to the cause of the problem, the disease will continue to develop somewhere else in the organism.


Case # 1: LC

Electrician, age 52, male

Diagnosis: obliterating endarteritis.

Beginning of intermittent limping at age 27 (i.e. while walking, the patient must stop at any moment to let pass the painful muscular cramp he feels in the calves). For the last four years, he cannot take long walks any more. Vascular surgery to the left leg brings some improvement but persistence of pains, cramps and numbness. At the time of a subsequent visit, they are talking about operating on the right leg. At the preliminary ICT examination, the patient cannot walk more than 100 meters without being forced to stop because of painful cramps to the calves. The day after the second ICT treatment, the patient can walk almost an hour without cramps or pains, and even climbs a steep slope. He does not have any more numbness.


Case # 2: RG

Department head, age 62, male

Diagnosis: obliterating endarteritis.

Patient suffering pains to the calves for the last six years, in the form of cramps that wake him up at night. For the last four years, pains while walking, and in the last two years, progressive increase in pains to the thighs, legs, feet, toes, even to the muscles of both arms. Buzzing ears, significant pain to the left hemithorax with the least movement, acrocyanosis and intermittent lameness (limping).

His blood pressure is 220/140. His doctor refused, he said, to prescribe him antihypertensive medicine to keep from decreasing more his cerebral circulation and tells him that there is nothing else to do but to quit smoking. After the first ICT treatment, blood pressure dropped to 140/80, circulation reaches the knees, and for the first time in a long time, the patient feels the circulation also reaching the lower legs and feet. After 7 days, complete disappearance of the buzzing ears, with 90% improvement of the pain to the left hemithorax and complete disappearance of night cramps. Blood pressure is maintained at 120/80. Only a weak pain in the sole of his foot persists while walking.


Case # 3: DM (November 1978)

Housewife, age 36

Diagnosis: enormous hemorrhoidal mass.

Patient consulting for hemorrhoidal mass 5.5 cm (2¼ in) in diameter for the last few weeks, requiring normally a surgical intervention. Varicose state going back 20 years. Has undergone bilateral saphenous vein removal (resection of the saphena veins of the thigh), 9 years ago.

Twenty-four hours after the first ICT treatment, Dr. Michael Levi of New- York notes with Dr. Serge Conille and myself the almost total disappearance of the hemorrhoidal mass. Dr. Levi does not hide his astonishment in front of such a therapy, which will reach from 75 to 80% improvement in a few hours, and that without an operation. "If only the medicine we have learned had told us all that", said with a smile Dr. Levi, "fellow" (professor) in surgery.


Case # 4: AL

Security guard, age 45

Diagnosis: infarction 4 months ago and ischemia lesion (irreversible lesion of the heart muscle by circulation stoppage), left cardiac insufficiency, and important cardiovascular problems.

The cardiologists advise a coronary by-pass. He is ready to accept. Following the ICT treatment he received in Haiti, the following symptoms: precordialgia, numbness, dizzy spells, edema, cyanosis, dyspnea of effort and cephalgias of tension disappear completely in less than ten days. Seven months later, someone tells the patient that he does not need to have cardiac surgery any more and that his cholesterol level has returned to normal: The coronary artery (which nourishes the heart) which was mostly blocked allows now a sufficient blood flow to avoid surgical intervention.


Case # 5: LB

Electrician, age 62, male

Diagnosis: vertigo having obliged him to take an early retirement, tinnitus (buzzing ears), major circulatory problems, total anosmia (loss of the sense of smell), and partial ageusia (loss of the sense of taste).

Giddiness for the last 7 years is preventing him from continuing his trade of electrician. Cannot climb any more on a stepladder, a ladder, a pole, or a roof. Someone had to help him to come down the last time.

Dizzy spells, numbness in both hands, cephalgias, muscular cramps, cyanosis, continual buzzing in the left ear.

When he arrived at the clinic, he was following the walls, clutching the security fences surrounding open spaces.

Radical disappearance of vertigo in 48 hours. The patient climbs alone on the roof, walks along the cornice and leans over to look, to our great concern!

In five days, the other circulatory problems disappear almost completely and the blood pressure is stabilized from 180/110 to 130/70, after having taken only two blood pressure tablets and of course his ICT treatment.


Case # 6: RL

Brewery agent, age 69, male

Diagnosis: loss of balance, circulatory and digestive troubles, anosmia for the last 5 years, and ageusia for the last 4 years.

Patient hospitalized 14 times in 30 years including 11 times for surgery. Ablation of a kidney and the bladder for neoplasia tumors. In 1970, aortic by-pass.

On his arrival at the clinic, he walks along the walls and rests on the staircase banisters. He can with difficulty stand up and walk. The day after the first treatment, all the patients are surprised to note the assurance with which he walks back and forth, even at the edge of the swimming pool, in the streets of Port-au-Prince, on the beach. He is not the same man.

Most of his sense of taste returns, his circulatory and digestive troubles vanish. He later wrote to me: "This cure gave me back ‘la joie de vivre’ (the joy of living)".



Throughout my account, I will of course speak about the importance of the total detoxification, which is the foundation of an ICT cure. In any treatment, any detoxification starts with the digestive tract, the mouth being the wide-open entrance gate to all our problems.

Some people got their detoxification for nicotinism (the effect of the excessive use of tobacco): a good thirty patients are very happy not to have smoked ever again since their ICT treatment, having felt too well the day after a cure and having decided to help themselves (see circulatory diseases, cases # 1 & 2, digestive diseases, case # 1).

NB: We were notified lately that certain cigarette manufacturers have increased the nicotine content in their production, thus creating in the users a stronger dependence on cigarettes.

Some had recourse to ICT to get rid of a medicamentous intoxication or intoxication to alcohol or drugs. Let us see some cases together:


Case # 1: MB

Foreman, age 28, male

Diagnosis: drug intoxication.

Head of a group of 18 cabinetmakers in a manufacture, he has devoted himself to drugs for 3 years. In the last 2 months, he has spent all his nights in full forest with his dog, refuses to work and lost all sense of responsibilities. He neglects the shops of his father, who fires him.

Three weeks after the beginning of ICT treatment, he resumes his station and becomes again a respected foreman.


Case # 2: MD

Day laborer, age 28, male

Diagnosis: drug intoxication.

Extract of a letter from his hand: "The treatment saved my life. I took drugs, I drank, and I was thinking of suicide. I thought I was going insane... . I started to live from my ICT treatment on. The most marvelous, is that I have stopped consuming drugs and alcohol six years ago, and that I owe it to Dr. Paquette. Thank you Jean-Claude to having given me back my life. Life is beautiful."


Case # 3: RS

Farmer, age 28, male

Diagnosis: alcoholism and drug intoxication.


Extract of a letter from his hand: "I was dying because of a disproportionate excess of alcohol and drugs. Thank you very much for having saved my life. After my magical and incomparable ICT cure in Haiti, I could run a quarter mile without any problems. I have been able to live in harmony with a sane mind in a sane body. I advise everyone to follow such a cure at least every other year. There is no price for good health."




I would like to quote an article by Monelle Saindon who does not lack realism:

The nightmare of cancer: Would there be a glimmer of hope?

There exist few words that make one quiver so much than this medical term named cancer. We listen to it with fear, we listen to it with doubt, we listen to it with anguish, we listen to it with despair, and always it infiltrates like a sort of dark veil, heavy and thick that disguises these tomorrows, which however, were so beautiful under the color of our dreams.

Whether one is young or old, poor or rich, depressive or optimistic, when the word ‘cancer’ makes its sad appearance in the life of a man or a woman, there is very little strength, be it physical or psychological that can greet it with calm. Cancer hurts, but cancer especially scares because of this appalling adjective that is often juxtaposed to it: "incurable". (Le Mirabel, Feb. 21, 1978.)



The practice of ICT gave me the opportunity to better understand cancer patients, and to better be able to treat them. While living with them entire weeks in Haiti, by studying their frame of mind, I really could consider their sufferings, physical and mental. While discussing with them and observing them, I could treat them as one must treat any chronic patient: with much love.

As a general practitioner, more often in the consulting room than at the hospital, I had the opportunity to detect many new cases. I completed the examinations and with a certain satisfaction, I referred them let us say, to more specialized hands. At my beginnings in ICT, I was satisfied to apply the treatment prescribed by Dr. Perez: He was transferring me the patients with their file, their therapy chart.

Soon I understood, by looking further into my knowledge and by extrapolating it in the field of cancer, that this disease does not differ in anything from the other chronic diseases, if it is not, that we are always ignoring the cause and the true treatment. In spite of the giant steps in medical research of the last 50 years to detect it, cancer treatment is still in the embryonic stage.

When I finally became aware that it is not the diseases but the patients who should be treated, all became clear in my mind. ICT is really adequate to treat cancer patients.

The tumor is not always the first symptom of cancer: it is often the last. Much too often a routine blood test cannot even detect it at this stage.

A cancerous tumor is really a new abnormal growth of cells out of the control of normal body enzymes. The rapid multiplication of cells in a close or distant zone is called metastasis: it is the beginning of generalization.

Cancer is only one effect, not a cause of the disease. In desperate efforts to make the symptoms disappear, conventional medicine combines surgery, radiotherapy, and chemotherapy. On the other hand, detection methods expose the patient to a greater risk of cancer.




Surgery has for its strategy the removal of all tumors, large or small, malignant or benign, and not only the tumors, but also whole organs. When metastases have propagated in another part of the body, we re-operate. "How many patients having already been operated found themselves more weakened than before, after having been promised heaven and earth to convince them to go back up on the operating table", declared Peter Chowdka.



A dose of radiation too strong can increase cancer rather than decreasing it by weakening the subjacent healthy cells. In tumors we find cancerous cells and non-cancerous cells. As X-rays cannot discriminate, non-cancerous healthy cells of the tumor are equally destroyed. Radiotherapy supports the development, the proliferation of cancer. It destroys white cells, the first immunological line of defense. In hopeless cancers, radiotherapy, like surgery, is palliative: its effectiveness is incomplete and temporary.



To kill or to try to kill cancerous cells, chemotherapy uses substances, which are poisons before being medications... . This treatment, conveyed through the blood circulation network (100,000 km), is diffused in the whole system: cancer is a systemic disease (of the whole system) and non-local. The poisons try to reach and kill the cancerous cells where they are.

The majority of these medications produce the same effects as radiotherapy. As we cannot direct them only and specifically towards the cancerous sites, they circulate freely in the blood flow and finally destroy healthy cells far away from the tumor to be reached. They attack bone marrow, the digestive tract, the reproductive organs, all the glandular system, all the emunctory organs (organs that carries off body waste), and the hair follicles, causing hair to fall out and cause all the side effects we know too well. It has been repeated often that when the patient does not die from his cancer, he dies from the intoxication caused by chemotherapy.

Chemotherapy is usually employed as a last resort, after surgery or radiation has proven to be futile. It prevents the patient from feeling abandoned by the doctor in final and hopeless cancers. The famous debatable and discussed Brompton cocktails "hastened, someone said, the final outcome."

In the matter of cancer, medicine must readjust its aim continuously: it is fighting blindly. Its tendency is to combine various techniques, for example to give radiotherapy initially to decrease the volume of the tumor, then to operate and finish with chemotherapy.

Currently preoperative chemotherapy is given, then we operate and we finish with radiotherapy. Sometimes, if the tumor is too bulky, we begin with surgery followed by chemotherapy and radiotherapy, which is sometimes given in the final phase in an attempt to relieve symptoms.

The protocols of chemotherapy vary ad infinitum combining several chemotherapeutic agents together to improve the sphere of action. We do it routinely in ICT for all diseases including cancer.



According to Dr. Otto Warburg, 1931 Nobel Laureate, it is recognized that cancer always develops in a ground of malnutrition where a reduction in oxygenation is found. The major intoxication that follows produces abnormal, cancerous cells.

From ICT’s point of view, total detoxification of the organism as well as the re-establishment of circulation and, by that very fact, of oxygenation, have a logical link with Dr. Warburg’s philosophy.

Conventional treatments for cancer are summarized in a symptomatic approach. In surgery, we cut and we are not bashful. To remove a tumor the size of a fingertip, we sometimes remove an entire breast. Sometimes we do not remove enough; often we remove too much. In any event, we destroy a lot of healthy cells needed by the organism. God did nothing for nothing in his creation. Each cell has its reason for being.

In radiotherapy, we burn in an irreversible and unforgivable way. The beam of rays floods the whole area, destroying a multitude of healthy cells needed by the organism. This technique is responsible for after-effects, which are sometimes very hard to accept, like impotence after radiotherapy for prostate cancer.

Chemotherapy poisons while killing or trying to kill cancerous cells but it destroys a fabulous quantity of healthy cells needed by the organism. Because, before being a medication, it is a poison, and I defy any honest doctor to contradict this fact. We seldom treat cancer by only one technique: The majority of cancer specialists agree on this point... . They equally agree that the majority of the treatments they are using are primarily empirical, i.e. based on treatment experiences rather than on fundamental data discovered and proven by research.

They will surely understand that ICT has not been adequately tested in research centers to deliver all its capabilities to us.

In cancer cases, we, in ICT, do not cut, we do not burn, and we do not poison. We give a total detoxification treatment, the most powerful and the fastest that one could find, and we logically attack cancerous tumors by chemotherapy, but according to the marvelous technique I have already explained.

I ask the reader to read with attention the following cancer cases # 1, 2, 3, & 4. Aren’t there some fantastic improvements, extraordinary and ultra fast that conventional medicine does not experience yet or that it is perhaps in the process of discovering?

No one was cured, unless we are talking about clinical cure. If only one had been, that would already be worth looking at it. Personally, I believe that we should erase from the medical vocabulary the word cure under any cancerous condition. There were improvements in ICT that far surpassed the chemotherapy offered by conventional medicine.

The majority of the cases quoted, taken one by one deserves that the specialists who really wish to help their patients, humbly look at them more closely, as Dr. Albert Joannette did for the two cases touching his specialty in respiratory diseases. This medicine should not be rejected right from the start, because it represents a certain scientific value (the Official of the College of Medicine).



This can be an innovation for ICT in the treatment of cancerous tumors that one can locate, feel, join and delimit, for instance at the breast, cervix or kidney.

I have obtained obvious reductions and occasionally total disappearance of cysts and neoplastic masses, while injecting under the mass or in the mass, a combination of drugs where I alternated a few units of anti-cancer agents, antibiotics, anti-inflamatory, or antihistamines with insulin.



March 1985, Clinic of Pétion-Ville, Haiti.

A female patient, about sixty, an RN, suffers awfully from breast cancer. These last three days, she was feeling too weak and was in too much pain to leave her bed.

As the day of her return to Canada is approaching, I am racking my brains to find a solution to her ailment.

That night, I wake up around 3 AM and got the idea of giving her an intra-tumoral injection of a drug at my disposal. I go up to her room: she had not yet succeeded in closing her eyes. A little after the injection, she falls asleep.

In the morning, towards 8 AM, I find her very radiant, standing up, right in the middle of the dining room, dancing and singing a composition that she had just done for us. All pain has disappeared and she is feeling very well!

The same evening, examining her, I can introduce my thumb into the depression left in her tumor by this long time controversial drug now being studied: It is the 714-X of Gaston NAËSSENS. Some eyewitnesses can still confirm it. I declare these facts under oath.

Isn’t there analogy of thought, in the local treatment of cancer, with Dr. Karl Aigner, a German surgeon, mentioned in the Reader's Digest of February 1995: A breach in the treatment of cancer?

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