Insulin Potentiation Therapy (IPT)

Integrative cancer treatment uses the best of all resources, therapies, and tools available to support the patient’s natural healing mechanisms and maintain quality of life.

Sometimes, those treatments can even include chemotherapy.

In these special cases, Insulin Potentiation Therapy (IPT) can prove massively beneficial in lieu of traditional chemo treatments.

Used by integrative physicians worldwide since the 1930s, IPT is an advantageous protocol that utilizes insulin to make cancer cells more sensitive and receptive to chemotherapy agents.

This in turn allows medical practitioners to administer lower chemotherapy doses, reduce toxicity levels, and preserve the patient’s quality of life, all without compromising treatment results.

This week, we’re inviting you to learn exactly how this treatment works and why we highly recommend it for patients undergoing chemotherapy in a special LIVE webinar brought to you by our friends at Hope4Cancer Treatment Centers!

>> Click here now to save your spot for this exclusive LIVE webinar! <<

Join Hope4Cancer founder and Chief Medical Officer Dr. Tony Jimenez and Hope4Cancer Tijuana’s IPT specialist, Dr. Roberto Ramirez, at 2 p.m. ET / 11 a.m. PT Friday to learn how IPT could be a potentially life-saving value-addition to your (or someone you love’s) integrative cancer treatment program.

Together, these two experts and colleagues will discuss:

  • A brief history of IPT, as well as its function and mechanisms of action
  • How IPT reduces the toxic effects of chemotherapy with minimal impact on immune status and quality of life for the patient
  • Some of the commonly held misconceptions about this treatment
  • Why and how Hope4Cancer makes the medical decision to use IPT

PLUS!  You’ll have a chance to ask these experts any remaining questions you have about IPT in a special LIVE Q&A session at the end of the call. As part of our community, we know you’ll want to take advantage of this educational opportunity to help yourself and your loved ones!
 

Call (949) 581-HOPE (4673) to schedule an appointment with Molly Fini, DNM today!