Full Dose Chemotherapy
You have been told that you need to start full dose chemotherapy right away to fight the cancer that you have been diagnosed with.
We invite you to stop and educate yourself, with the options that are available, first before embarking on such a toxic therapy program.
Full Dose Chemotherapy Options
At Reno Integrative Medical Center we believe that there are times that chemotherapy is a viable treatment but we do not believe that using full dose chemotherapy is necessary to adequately treat cancer. Using full dose chemotherapy is akin to swatting a fly with a sledge hammer. Why subject the entire body when you can target the cancer cells and leave much less collateral damage?
A therapy, by the name of IPT or insulin potentiated therapy, is available and legal to do in Nevada.
IPT has been in use since the 1930’s and has been found to be as effective as full dose chemotherapy without the long list of nasty bad effects that almost always accompany its use.
This treatment utilizes the same chemotherapeutic agents as standard cancer therapy but only at one tenth the dose or “Low dose chemo”. The reason it is effective at this level is that it takes advantage of a weakness in the cancer cells that has been known for over 70 years.
It was proven by Otto Warburg, M.D., PhD, who received a Nobel Prize for it in 1931, and it is used every day in Oncology to perform PET scans.
This weakness is utilized in IPT to target the cancer cells, so that much smaller doses are concentrated in the abnormal cells and do not effect normal cells.
There is much misinformation “out there” regarding IPT, most of it disseminated by physicians who don’t know what they are talking about, and who have never had training or experience in administering it.
Like many of the treatments given by doctors to patients, IPT has a potential to be dangerous if it is done incorrectly by untrained people. However, if applied in a controlled setting by a Physician who has been appropriately educated, it is far less dangerous than conventional chemotherapy. In fact, at Reno Integrative Medical Center we have administered over 7500 IPT treatments in the past 5 years and we have not had a problem with one single patient!
If you have been diagnosed with cancer and told that you need chemotherapy, you owe it to yourself to at least find out the truth about IPT and what it has to offer.
Check out ALL your options before you make a final decision.