Comprehensive Cancer Care with Insulin Potentiation Therapy
Kinder and Gentler Chemotherapy plus Nutrition and Lifestyle Mind-Body Medicine
Early on in my medical career as a Family Physician, I noticed that much of the suffering of cancer patients appeared to be caused by the treatments for their disease. Intuitively, I felt we should be able to improve on this situation. I made it my personal dedication in my practice of medicine to find ways to soften the impact of our cancer care on people with these diseases. That motive led me to discover a medical therapy called Insulin Potentiation Therapy (IPT) and another, more general approach to managing cancer called Comprehensive Cancer Care.
Steven G. Ayre, MD, Founder of Contemporary Medicine
322 Burr Ridge Pkwy, Burr Ridge IL 60527
Anecdotal case reports from sixty years of use suggest that Insulin Potentiation Therapy (IPT) might be effective in the treatment of cancer. There is, however, no collection of scientific data validating IPT as a treatment for malignant neoplastic diseases, or cancer.