Insulin Potentiation Therapy is a gentle, low dose chemotherapy administered after an infusion of Insulin. Cancer cells have 300 times more insulin receptors than normal cells. When the insulin goes and attaches to these cells, the cell walls become more permeable and even such low doses of chemotherapy (one-tenth the normal dose) will produce a cytotoxic cancer-killing effect. Since the main source of energy for cancer cells is sugar, the cancer cells begin to starve when the blood sugar levels drop after insulin is administered. It is at this moment when cancer cells are weak and starving, a low dose of a chemotherapeutic agent is injected. Healthy cells are not injured because they can switch over to fat metabolism whereas cancer cells cannot.
We have well experienced doctors and staff who have overseen hundreds of IPT procedures without any ill effects.