Breast Cancer

Breast Cancer Although breast cancer is currently a pandemic (world wide epidemic) and is thought to be different from colon cancer or pancreatic cancer or lymphomas, etc, they are all the same in that they are cells and tissues that are adapting to toxic overloads in...

Cancer

Cancer The word “cancer” was translated by Celsus (28 BC – 50 AD) from the Greek term, “carcinos”.  Hippocrates first developed the word, “carcinos” to describe growths and chronic ulcers and it is not known if what he was...

More Than Just IPT

More Than Just IPT Insulin potentiation therapy (IPT or IPTLD) is extremely effective in targeting cancer cells in the body but is not sufficient to achieve complete and prolonged resolution of cancer by itself.  This is because even though IPT/IPTLD is low dose and...

Digestion

The digestive tract (alimentary canal) supplies the body with water, electrolytes, and nutrients.  In order for this to be accomplished, five basic processes must occur in a synchronized fashion with far more complexity than is comprehensible. These simultaneous,...