Insulin potentiation therapy
Insulin potentiation therapy (IPT) is an unproven alternative cancer treatment using insulin to administer low-dose chemotherapy. It was developed by Donato Perez Garcia, MD in 1930 as a targeted therapy for chronic degenerative diseases and some types of cancer.
According to Quackwatch, "Insulin Potentiation Therapy (IPT) is one of several unproven, dangerous treatments that is promoted by a small group of practitioners without trustworthy evidence that it works."
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- "Insulin Potentiation Therapy". American Cancer Society. 1 November 2008. Retrieved August 2013.
- Baratz, Robert (10 March 2007). "Why You Should Stay Away from Insulin Potentiation". Quackwatch. Retrieved 11 December 2012.
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