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Old 09-15-2015, 02:20 AM   #6
donocco
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Re: Insulin potentiated therapy (IPT)

I had a book on Insulin Potentiation Therapy. Once again I only skimmed the articles you put on. The impression got was that cancer cells are sugar starved because they metabolize glucose anaerobically and inefficiently. Thats the Warburg phenomenon of 1933.Wow 1933. They use Insulin to lower the blood sugars to about 40mg% and the cancer cell membranes open up to push in the needed glucose. Then chemo is given IV. The same chemos but a much lower dose is needed because the cancer cells absorb them much better. I dont know if it is more efficacious but it probably isnt any less useful and is much less toxic. Of cours Quack watch and co is dead against it.

Paul
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