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Medicine of Hope, part 9



Case # 1: LP

Auctioneer, age 49, male

Diagnosis: prostate cancer, osseous (bone) metastases to the lumbar rachis (spine), the left shoulder, and the lower right limb.

Patient operated for prostate adenocarcinoma in January 1974. Receives 30 cobalt treatments. The pain is intensifying. He asks me to give him a consultation at his residence at night on several occasions to relieve him. And one night he begs me, crying, to administer him a lethal dose to end it all with the disease. He even offers to sign a document to protect me.

I reason with him, give him a sedative, and the next day I call in front of him a good ten specialists and friendly doctors to decide where to direct him. At that time, we felt lost, and we still are... . Three of them suggest sending him to the Clinica Del Mar in Tijuana, Mexico, where Dr. Contreras treats with the famous laetrile. I manage rather well in Spanish. Dr. Contreras fixes an appointment for him the following week. He thus leaves for Mexico and returns two weeks later, a smile on his lips. All his pains have more or less disappeared. I ask him kindly if Dr. Contreras is young or old. "It is funny, he answers, I do not remember having met him". What happened, is that at the travel agency, he met a traveler who was going back to Mexico for the third year. He was going to see his doctor for an annual follow up physical, and invited my patient to go there with him.

This is how he turned up with him at Dr. Donato Perez’s clinic in Mexico City, instead of going at Dr. Contreras’s in Tijuana. In addition, this is how I have learned the existence of this therapy in 1976.

"How many treatments did you receive", I asked him? "A big one for a week followed by five small ones, each day during two weeks." "It is surely a new medical discovery" "It did me a great deal of good and am going back to Mexico City in ten days to continue my treatment!" "Very well," I said to him, "I am going there with you."

Two weeks later, I catch a plane with him to shed some light on this therapy, to discover this medicine and to know who can this doctor or this discoverer be?


Case # 2: FL (Jan. 1978)

Accountant, age 59, female

Diagnosis: terminal pulmonary neoplasia (cancer).

When my friend Jacques C, whom I had not seen for ten years, asked me to come to examine his sister, down with a lung cancer in final phase, I did not expect to find a patient in such a pitiful state, so deteriorated.

A bad pneumonia in the summer, mislaid X-rays, and five months later by another doctor, the fatal diagnosis that does not forgive: a pulmonary cancer too close to the mediastinum (area located between the two lungs) to be operable, with osseous metastases.

Only a few more weeks to live, 14 cobalt treatments to be received (transport in ambulance to the Institute), until someone finally tells the patient to please go home to die. "We only treat those we can still treat". Then: "when you are hurting too much, we will give you codeine, morphine or the cocktail".

She was at this stage. Confined to bed for five weeks, shriveled up on her illness and her fate, incapable of swallowing, of drinking and speaking, she had become aphonic (voiceless) by damage to the recurrent laryngeal nerve. She was suffering from atrocious pains to the whole lower right limb as well as to the left upper limb. I had to lean very close to her to hear what she murmured. She knew that she had not more than a few weeks to live. She had been told. She was in a state of prostration, almost stupor. She was only asking God to come and take her, and to me, to help her not to suffer too much. She knew she was lost and it was awfully sad to see her that way.

After a quick examination and a minimum of essential questions, fearing to get her too tired, I explained to her that I could not save her either. But if she accepted that I help her with my therapy, I would soften the few days she had remaining to live. She accepted. She had been taken by surprise. She had not had time to see to her own affairs, she, who was holding a position of trust in one of the largest financial companies of Quebec.

With a weak nod, she accepted our pact, shook my hand with a poor smile and with the little bit of energy she still had left. I had her transported the next morning in an ambulance, and I took care of her the very same day.

Let us emphasize that while going through Sainte-Agathe, I had her examined by two lung specialists of great reputation, Dr. Agop Karagos and Dr. Albert Joannette of the Laurentien Hospital who confirmed the sad diagnosis and the terrible forecast. It was important for her and for me that she underwent this last examination which was likely to be exhausting, in the state she was in. We did it with many regards and care. I was not able to save or cure this patient and I had warned her. No therapy known in the world could have done it, at the moment when I took her case. But there had been an extraordinary improvement of her condition so much so, that on the third day, the patient got up on her own, walked without assistance, had started again to eat and had recovered her voice. Let us note that the third day her pains had disappeared 85 or 90%, according to her own evaluation and without morphine, codeine, not even aspirin. Soon she could walk from her room to the dining room of the motel and take walks in the open air a few minutes each day at her sister’s arm.

The seventeenth day, when I allowed her to return home, she had gained a little more than three kilos (7 lb.), was eating well, and did not have any more pain to the right leg nor to the left arm. Her voice had returned to normal. With much softness, and not without a little heartache, I recommended to her to make the most of these last days that heaven gave her, to live them fully and to prepare consciously for the great departure... . I would re-examine her in one week. The day of her discharge, I received from Dr. Agop Karagos a call that I am not about to forget.

My patient had just arrived on her two legs at the Laurentien hospital of Sainte-Agathe for a control X-ray: the doctors were amazed by the results, the undeniable physical improvement and the obvious reduction of the tumor confirmed by radiography. There was no need to take measurements to notice the reduction in the tumor.

It was at this time that Dr. Karagos made a very judicious remark and rich of prediction for the lung specialist who would like to benefit from it: "If ICT were routinely applied in lung cancer cases, a lot of non-operable cases would become operable, and, in any event, the operation would be done under much more favorable conditions for the patient".

I re-examined the patient ten days later and I gave her a second treatment, the last. Then I gave her final leave by reassuring her the best I could... . She died a few weeks later. We used morphine only in the last 30 hours of her disease. In gratitude, the family created a fund for ICT research.

Can a doctor or a legislator remain insensitive to the reading of such testimony?


Case # 3: MC (Nov. 1977)

Housewife, age 63

Diagnosis: osteo-sarcoma (bone cancer) of the secondary sternum with choroidal melanoma (cancer of the eye) and metastasis to the liver.

Patient operated for choroidal melanoma (malignant retro-ocular tumor). Tumor enucleation right eye in Nov. 1970. Ablation of the eyeball, in July 1971.

Six years later, in November 1977, metastases to the liver and sternum are discovered. The family is informed that the patient will probably not pass Christmas 1977. The patient receives only the first of a series of treatments in nuclear medicine and presents herself to my office, on November 28, 1977, choosing ICT, because she has nothing to lose.

The treatments begin the very same day. In the following 8 to 10 days, the pain to the liver disappears, nausea ceases, circulation improves in a remarkable way, the osseous pains to the hands, knees, shoulders disappear completely, as well as the throbbing pains she had to the sternum. Her appetite returns, her morale improves. The patient can take long walks, and walks to my office without fatigue. On her day off (without treatment), Dec. 21, I tape the patient with a video recorder. I take advantage of the opportunity, to measure, in front of the camera, the sternal tumor that has decreased from 5 x 5 cm to 3 x 3 cm in three weeks. On February 14, 1978, after a new series of treatments, the state of the patient improves further. On her day off, I inform her that she is not cured and that the treatment was only palliative, in spite of obvious improvements.

In June 1978, the College inquires of the family if there were improvements with my treatment and if the mass were modified. The husband sends to me a copy of his response to the College of the Doctors where he recognizes "my great frankness and my honesty". He also recognizes that his wife suffers much less than before, that the mass decreased but "since these treatments were stopped, the volume of this mass has remained unchanged". He asks the College the favor to grant me the permission to continue my treatments to his wife, because currently, the only pains she feels are to the liver and the ones to the thorax have almost disappeared.

We wondered why the College never followed up on his request... .

On September 29, 1978, after one day and a half of hospitalization and almost without pain, the patient passes away very gently and remains conscious until the end. I received a touching letter from the family thanking me for having softened and prolonged for approximately nine months the last days of their patient.


Case # 4: M-AP

Housewife, age 39

Diagnosis: breast adeno-carcinoma.

For three years, the patient was having mammograms with results that always proved negative. The third year, she becomes impatient: "How is it that you do not find anything? I have a small lump in my breast that is growing bigger and it is hurting. Can't you do anything else?" "We can do a biopsy." "But why didn’t you think of it sooner?"

The day after the biopsy, in August 1978, she is called on the telephone in urgency. She has cancer. The breast must be removed. She refuses. "You will not mutilate me". Radiotherapy is suggested. She refuses. "You will not burn me". After discussion, she accepts a bilateral ovariectomy --whereas it was believed she had a hormone dependent cancer--then a first treatment of chemotherapy. She is so sick that she believes she is dying from it. Stoically, she accepts death and refuses all other subsequent chemotherapy treatments.

Seven months later, April 5, 1979, she comes to my office and supplicates me to treat her with ICT at least to make the pain go away. She is aware that it is too late to save her. At this time, the tumor measures 20 x 20 cm (that is to say 8 in. x 8 in.) by taking measurements on the vertical and the horizontal plane. We also note the presence of 11 metastatic ganglia: 3 very painful cervical, 6 supraclavicular (above the clavicle), and 2 axillary (at the armpit) one of which measures 5 x 5 cm. ICT treatments begin on April 5, 1979.

On June 29, 1979, from the eleven ganglia noted on April 5, only one persists at the axillary fossa, measuring 1 x 1 cm instead of 5-x 5 cm. The tumoral mass is decreased to 7 x 7.5 cm from 20 x 20 cm as it was on April 5, 1979.

The patient having lost all her hair following her single chemotherapy treatment in September, sees it growing back and had to have it cut three times; she does not need to wear a wig any more.

This patient died in November 1979. She had to be hospitalized several weeks during the final phase. We can affirm that ICT really relieved her sufferings. This is what she had asked.

Extract from a written letter from her hand to a benefactor whose name she did not even know, to whom I gave the letter personally, and who had paid for her treatments: "I feel spoiled, here in Haiti, but even if the doctor never promised 1% of cure to me, I am very astonished to see that the three ganglia from my neck, the six above the clavicle and both from the armpit, one of which was larger than a plum, have completely disappeared. My hair that had all fallen following my single chemotherapy treatment from September grew back more than 4 cm in two months, and the cancerous mass that I do have at my right breast, measured 20 cm (8 in.), and is now only 7 cm (3 in.)... . I thank you from the bottom of my heart for having helped an unknown person who is now most grateful to you. Sincerely." M-AP


Case # 5: IO

Restaurant keeper, age 53

Diagnosis: prostate adeno-carcinoma.

Patient with an adeno-carcinoma (cancer) of the prostate, confirmed by two biopsies taken in a Montreal hospital.

After transurethral resection (through the penis), a third biopsy is made a month and half later in another hospital and confirms the persistence of cancer. Following complementary examinations in another cancer clinic in Montreal, the patient refuses radiotherapy. He chooses ICT and begins his treatment.

The following year, the patient returns to see his specialists, the urologist and cancer specialist. Biopsies made on this same patient in two different Montreal hospitals reveal the absence of any cancerous tissues.

Contacted in December 1994, this patient continues to enjoy excellent health after 15 years.


Case # 6: HPL

Electrical contractor, age 50, male

Diagnosis: pulmonary neoplasia.

After a fall off a ladder, X-rays reveal the presence of two cancerous tumors in the left lung, confirmed by biopsy. "You have only three months left to live."

He was referred to the nearest hospital that confirms the diagnosis. The patient refuses conventional surgery, radiotherapy and chemotherapy and decides to come to Haiti to be treated with ICT.

Five weeks after his return, he goes back to his family physician: negative X-rays. There is no more trace of the two tumors. From there, he is sent to the hospital complex of "X" where, during four years, he returns each month, then at 3 and 6 months interval and finally once a year. After 4 consecutive years, someone tells him: "We are proud of the results we have obtained! You are completely cured!"

And the patient: "How is that... you have obtained?" "Well! You went to the clinic where we referred you to?" "Never on my life! I was treated by Dr. Paquette, in Haiti, with ICT". The only reply: "Tstt! Tstt! Do not spread that!" That occurred in 1988. I have the recordings on videocassette and audiotape.


Case # 7: FV

Housewife, age around 50

Diagnostic: inoperable stomach cancer.

This patient was never treated with ICT, and you will see why. I could have entitled this article: "For us, the size of the tumor, that's the only important thing!"

It is Saturday evening. Dr. Donato Perez of Mexico City gets off the plane and has just entered my home at Lake Gravel, when the telephone rings. It is a doctor, friend of one of the most prominent families in Canada, who wants to send a helicopter to fetch us, the same evening, Dr. Perez and me.

A family member, suffering from an inoperable cancer, is hospitalized in one of the most important hospitals of Montreal. They had brought from the United States "the most famous oncologist" of North America. He cannot do anything and the family wants to try everything to save her. They have heard about the Donatian Cellular Therapy (ICT) and find him at my place.

Donato is exhausted. We know that we will need several hours to study the case, examine the patient, evaluate her correctly, consult the files, plan the treatment, gather all the necessary material, including medications.

With great professionalism, Dr. Perez agrees to be there the following Monday. He wants me to accompany him. It is significant that we both make together the essential decisions. "You are the pioneer of the Insulin-Cellular Therapy in Canada. You are the only one to practice this therapy in the world with me. It is then for you to apply it here, in Canada. I will be your consultant".

It was a stomach cancer case diagnosed five months earlier at the same hospital, with a forecast of survival from 5 to 6 months. As there was no question of surgery, the patient had received four series of conventional chemotherapy treatment. The attending physician recommended the stopping of any ultra-specialized treatment, i.e. radiotherapy or chemotherapy. September 16, in the imposing file of the patient (12 inches... !), we could read: "It is obvious here that we are beyond any chance of cure and even of palliation. There is no indication for total parenteral nourishment. It would be here a case of ‘over-treatment’. In addition, the patient is not currently suffering". We understand it well, Dr. Perez and I: It is because of the morphine in very high dose and the sleeping pills!

And further: "I think that it is necessary to leave her the choice to end her days her own way and the most comfortably possible". We would have really liked to help this patient and we believed we could. She was pathetic to look at. Her sympathetic expression reflected much kindness. She had already passively accepted death that was awaiting her.

We have respected the state of intense asthenia (weakness) in which she was because of her disease, of course, but also because of chemotherapy, morphine, and other sedatives.

We made the questionnaire in a fashion neither to excessively tire her nor to importune her. We noted an advanced state of intoxication, which manifested itself by a hypertrophied liver, obvious circulatory problems, a significant edema especially on the left arm, ascites, acrocyanosis (cold extremities), paleness, icteric complexion (yellow), palpitations, intense dyspnea (breathlessness), an accelerated pulse, and extreme asthenia.

In spite of this lugubrious picture, in which Insulin-Cellular Therapy excels, we were both convinced, from our respective experiences that we could still help her, i.e. to improve her general condition, to eliminate her pains without narcotics, to decrease her dyspnea, her edema, (NB: see migraines and cephalgias, case # 10) and when the time would come, to allow her a softer death, more dignified, more human, more conscious. She was ready to accept the treatment that we were offering her, to improve her condition, and to relieve her suffering, but by respect for the "famous" oncologist that the family had summoned especially and as she said, "who had been so good for her", she did not want to accept without his approval. We knew very well that it was too late to save her.

I kept in the file the message from hospital X. "For the Mexican Dr.: Dr. Z will not be able to see you today, but tomorrow between 10:00 and 11:00 hours", a cavalier way to give himself some importance and to display, right off the start, his prejudices, in spite of the extreme urgency of the case.

We awaited the honor of the talk the next morning. Without the courtesy of a glance, Dr. Z received us in a very haughty and not very courteous way.

We were dumbfounded. Unshakable, he did not want to listen to what we were saying to him, Dr. Perez and me, impolitely pressing us to finish as fast as possible in order to return his verdict of "master of thought" without even having heard us.

Casting a furtive glance at the therapy chart prepared by Dr. Perez and myself, and of which he did not understand anything, he asked us why we were not using a chemotherapy medication he himself knew? We hardly had enough time to explain to him that this was exactly the guiding principle of our therapy. To use in synergy (two or more medications working together to obtain a better result) several medications at the same time in reduced doses, thanks to insulin to tackle the organism from all sides. According to his oncologist training, he said, and according to his experience, only the volume of the tumor imported and not the improvement of the general condition of the patient.

He would have liked that we use only one anti-neoplasia (anti cancer drug) for any treatment. We felt unable to reduce the medication to two or three drugs just to please him and try to obtain the same results we expected and knew. We did not want to experiment on this patient, but to have her benefit from our experience.

Dr. Perez then asked Dr. Z if he were conscious of his patient’s state of intoxication, and why, knowing it, he had continued to give her chemotherapy, morphine, and cortisone in such high doses? This annoying question received only the rough outline of an evasive answer.

The oncologist asked Dr. Perez how he evaluated the results of the treatment. This last answered: "by a new physical examination, the questionnaire, the reduction or improvement of the symptoms, in all fields: digestive, circulatory, respiratory, genito-urinary, nervous, by reduction and palpation of the tumor if necessary, by evaluation of the pain, by laboratory tests, and by X-rays such as medicine teaches it."

The famous oncologist not wanting to be informed of anything declared solemnly, as a master of thought: "That does not have any value for us. We do not treat in this fashion. It is impossible to believe that the tumor can decrease so much. It is not sufficient to give a value judgment to this kind of treatment." (See cancer, cases # 2, 3, 4 & 6)

This was the end of the meeting. He concluded saying: "Any way I will not interfere with you", which meant: I will not oppose your treatment.

On the other hand... we were informed the next day that the patient would not receive the treatment, not wanting to displease her oncologist and feeling that she was trapped in the medical quagmire.


Case # 8: SL-C

Housewife, age 48

Diagnosis: colon cancer.

Patient hospitalized at the hospital of Hanover, NH, USA. Operated for a cancer: intestinal resection of 20 in. (50 cm) and colostomy (artificial anus). She has lost 55 lb. (25 kg) and the doctors tell her she has only 5 to 6 months to live.

Her husband, a forest contractor, does not accept the verdict either. In Miami, they heard about my clinic and come to consult me in Haiti. I admit her.

After 4 years, she has regained her initial weight; she is a picture of health. All her tests are negative. I send her to her surgeon she has not seen since her operation. He makes her undergo the most thorough tests of the hour and declares to her: "Simone, you are completely cured, but I am not the one who has cured you, it is your doctor in Haiti".

He hospitalizes her, "undo her colostomy", re-anastomosis (reconnects) her intestine. I have re-examined the patient after 9 years, in 1993. She is very happy and thanks God for having directed her to me. In spite of these extraordinary results, I do not claim to have cured her, if only clinically. No doctor cures anything; we are only instruments in God’s hands, let us not forget it.


Case # 9: FG

Cashier, age 23

Diagnosis: vulvar cancer, metastatic ganglionic cancer.

The doctors predict she has 6 months to live. Treated from the very start with ICT in Haiti. Back home, ganglionic biopsies in two significant hospitals of Montreal that confirm later to her that there is no remaining cancer. Patient still in excellent health in 1995, almost 17 years after the only treatments she received in Haiti.



Let us take a last panoramic look at these few cases I have just briefly presented to you. I chose them in various categories of diseases in order to make you understand the plurality of action of this therapy. An honest mind is obliged to recognize it.

An undeniable fact is obvious: all these patients presented rebellious chronic problems for which they had consulted many doctors and specialists, in our famous hospitals and even abroad.

No patient was satisfied with the results obtained or was not sufficiently relieved of his troubles, since they had recourse to me. In ICT, I dealt with the cases that medicine abandons or neglects and leaves to their fate. I wanted to help them because it is the only reason to exist for a doctor and I always wanted to be a true doctor.

I tried by all means to help my patients through the new knowledge I had acquired and that I have always sought to widen and to deepen. I can declare that I have never applied a treatment without having the certainty, at least moral, to be able to help a patient, to obtain positive results bearing on my medical knowledge, my experience, and the knowledge of real cases.

These treatments have never endangered the life of anyone. Many die in hospitals following often-debatable treatments, seldom discussed, and which remain generally veiled. Many patients cannot tolerate even benign surgical interventions and it costs them their lives. Many also remain "mortgaged" for the remainder of their days. Scientific honesty should incite us to recognize the veracity of this observation.



NB: Divide these numbers by ten for Canada.


"Nearly 2 million unnecessary surgical interventions were performed in 1977 in the United States, costing the community some 4 billion dollars and causing the death of more than 10,000 patients", reports a special sub-committee of the House of Representatives in Washington, DC (AFP).



a) All the cases cited are chronic, except the two cases of viral hepatitis.

b) The treatments were accepted freely and willingly, knowing that nothing was promised. We guarantee nothing, any more than we can do it in conventional medicine.

The patients had nothing to lose, no risk to be taken, and in any event, there was no more hope in most of the cases.

c) No cases were declared cured if not clinically, and the patients know it, even if for some patients it has been 18 years with no more sign of the disease.

We always remain a candidate for the same disease, because of our familial diatheses (predisposition toward diseases), our lifestyle, our past, our general condition, our nutrition habits, our way of thinking, or our lack of will power. Many patients have never suffered again and have been able to resume their activities. Isn’t this the first goal of medicine?

d) The improvement has not only been very rapid, sometimes on the order of 24 hours, but it lasted as long as the patient has not fallen back into the same mistakes (lifestyle, nutrition regimen, psychological state of mind) that can provoke the same problems.

e) The improvement manifested itself in a tangible manner in every case:

By control examinations: questionnaire and observations that I call "profiles" of 24, 48 hours, 1, 2 weeks, etc.

By the partial or complete disappearance of subjective or objective symptoms particular to each disease.

By laboratory tests, radiographies (X-rays), and if needed, consultations.

f) An interesting fact attracts our attention: when we have administered these treatments we have noted:

no intolerance, no toxicity,

no undesirable reaction,

no medicamentous allergy,

no idiosyncrasies (reaction peculiar to each individual),

no anaphylaxis (increase of personal sensitivity),

no side effects,

no iatrogenic effect (medicine induced disease).


Multiplicity of medications used at the same time in a few minutes and synergy (i.e. a drug potentiating the other). There were usually from 25 to 30 different medications used in only one treatment.

The fact that in cases of asthma and allergies, almost all suffered from multiple allergies. One patient was allergic to 589 drugs (see respiratory diseases, case # 23).

g) The elimination of the side effects brought by medications used before and/or during the ICT treatments such as: gold salts, cortisone, conventional codeine, anti-inflammatory drugs, chemotherapy, etc.

h) The treatments are absolutely not traumatic compared to surgery, neurosurgery, radiation therapy, conventional chemotherapy, and general anesthesia. This is in fact, for who wants it, a gentle medicine.

There are excessively dangerous and delicate operations that sometimes endanger the patient’s life and that, often, do not even clear the problems. Surgeons are conscious of it. Honestly, they hesitate sometimes at great length before deciding to intervene by fear of irreversible after-effects or even of death during the intervention.

i) We were able to apply ICT to patients who already had infarctions and ischemia lesions or had undergone an aortic bypass, without endangering their life, which proves the great safety margin within which we are working. (See circulatory diseases case # 4: with this patient, we were able to cancel his cardiac surgery. Also see circulatory diseases, case # 6).

I applied it to a five-year-old child, as well as to an 87-year-old man, my father, Albiny Paquette, doctor himself and former Minister of Health of Quebec. He was aware of and agreed with this form of medicine.

j) There was undeniable improvement in desperate cases and in cases where specialized medicine had failed, had acknowledged helplessness, or had resigned. (See neurological diseases, case # 2, and cancer, case # 1).

k) In the cases of cephalgias or migraines, the pain has disappeared without aspirin, codeine, and morphine.

l) Is it not eminently surprising to have been able to cure or make disappear completely surgical problems with purely medical treatments of ICT?

5 cases of slipped discs, (see neurological diseases cases # 3, 4, 5, 7 & 8).

2 cases of endarteritis, (see circulatory diseases cases # 1 and 2).

1 case of hemorrhoidal mass, (see circulatory diseases case # 3).

Dr. Michael Lévi, fellow in surgery, did not hide his admiration of us for this last case.

We obtained a clinical correction in five cases of slipped disc, one of which was my own. It is difficult to believe that the abnormal mechanics and related neuro-mechanics could be corrected, whereas they should normally have continued to impose constraints on the discs. The facts are there! I ask those who can enlighten me to come up with a scientific explanation.

m) Thanks to the improvement of blood circulation, ICT’s "force de frappe," we frequently note the disappearance of acrocyanosis (cold extremities), dizzy spells, cephalgias (cerebral circulation), numbness, muscular cramps, intermittent limping (peripheral circulation), precordialgias (coronary or cardiac circulation), the disappearance of cardio-renal edema, the return to normal of hypertension (see circulatory diseases, case # 2).

It is not rare to note a more colored skin, less greasy or less dry, a better complexion, a less yellow cornea, the disappearance of acne, a re-growth of superficial body growths (hair, nails, etc.), hair less dry or less greasy depending on the case, a tendency to a better cicatrization, and for old scars to become less apparent than before the treatment.

One notes on occasion, a recrudescence (revival) of sexual activity.

n) These patients’ mental attitude improved notably because they were not getting the side effects of the medications they were not obliged to take anymore. They ceased suffering, they ceased to be dependent on these medications, the atomizers, oxygen, respiratory therapy, vaccines, injections, ambulances, hasty races to emergency rooms, the distressing waiting hours, appointments made and postponed. How many had lost all hope? They have been defocused from their disease.

o) ICT allows a saving of time and money by eliminating the increasingly expensive drugs with often harmful and dangerous side effects, the consultations and the hospitalizations, even if they are covered by their health insurance.

NB: There are exceptions. A new drug for prostate cancer costs only the moderate sum of approximately $350,00 per injection... , still without knowing either its immediate effects, or its side effects in the long run... .

Several did not have to quit their employment because of poor health or were able to return to work. Some took up again tennis, skiing, swimming, etc.

Their organism realized energy saving to fight the side effects of the medications used until then. All that represents for the patients, year in year out, a small fortune, and an impressing medical check-up.

p) Cutaneous and respiratory allergies:

The tests for allergies obviously brought precision to the etiologic diagnosis. As for the therapeutic value of the vaccines, it could be questioned because, in the cases presented, all the patients who received them consulted (with me) precisely because they had not obtained the desired improvement. In every case, no more vaccine has ever been necessary. These tests represent an unbelievable waste of time and money.

q) Some conditions associated with the principal diagnoses were treated at the same time by this therapy, which benefits from the therapeutic moment to treat simultaneously the whole organism at once. It is another strength of this therapy.

r) It is not a miracle treatment, far from it. There were relapses in certain cases. Some did not respond in a satisfactory manner to the treatment.

No one reacts in the same way to a medication or to a treatment. Some cancer cases that were too advanced came too late to consult me; it was their destiny.

There are some imponderables. There are, above all, cheating patients who do not do what we are recommending to them, and who do not dare to confess it.

Several did not receive a sufficient number of treatments to control perfectly, and in so little time, the conditions they took years to develop, but they were all improved.

s) Patients left the clinic with a regimen of life to be followed, a balanced and hypo-toxic diet to which we initiated them, and with very few medications to be taken.

A lady from Montreal, who was taking 41 tablets per day before the cure, has reduced her daily dose to 3 per day. She is in excellent health.

In every health question, the participation of the patient, the most interested party, is essential. When the doctor finishes his act, it is up to the patient to really start playing his.

t) Multiple sclerosis: (see neurological diseases, case # 1, page 83).

The results also make you think. If there were only one case of success out of a thousand, it would still be worth the effort to try and at least to consider it! This case of multiple sclerosis that I have treated successfully was a world first.

u) Hemiplegia resulting from a cerebral hemorrhage.

It is again the doctor’s sixth sense that inspired me to try a treatment where all the odds seemed against me. I had the feeling in advance that it was going to work! (See neurological diseases, cases # 2, 6 & 9).

v) Case of AIDS.

I have treated in Haiti a case of AIDS that a religious sect from the United States had sent me. I prolonged my stay in Haiti to treat him with ICT.

The diagnosis was confirmed to me by telephone by his Boston hospital. Three months later, someone said to my patient that it was probably a case of pre-AIDS, and that he had no more... .

This answer demoralized me, perhaps wrongly... . I have refused to treat other cases.



Nobody in the world, no doctor, homeopath, acupuncturist, masseur, therapist, chiropractor, osteopath, healer, or other, cures anything.

The human being, with his 60,000 billion cells, possesses within him the vital energy, this divine breath that governs life on earth and sees to the harmonious function of all the cells of the human body.

When the harmony is disturbed, this is when the problems appear, the diseases.

We who are treating, are here only to help the patient to take charge of himself, to make him become aware, to show him the path to follow, and provide him the instruments he needs to find the balance, health.

The doctor who sutures a wound, the surgeon who makes a laparatomy, they see a cut, an abdomen heal up again. They witness, quite powerless, the marvelous work of nature.

We are only instruments between the hands of God. We are only quite pretentious pawns on the great chessboard of life.

When a patient is cured (clinically), it is not by us, but through us.

It is like the magnifying glass with which we can light a fire. It is not the lens who sets the fire, but the solar energy, which passes through it and whose rays it makes converge.

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