Medical Heretics in Munich for Insulin Potentiation Therapy/Low Dose Conference

by | Nov 15, 2017 | Cancer, History of Medicine, Lyme

Obama Care or NObama Care for medical politics aside, rather than accepting current medical care, what we need is a new Medical Renaissance based on New Biology. Renaissance – Rebirth – is always preceded by renegades who change the “paradigm” of current thinking by challenging the ruling authority.

After traveling to Germany for Oktoberfest 2017, I gave a lecture at the International Insulin Potentiation Therapy/Low Dose (IPT/LD) Conference in Munich, Germany. The IPT/LD organization is run by Mexican physician Donato Perez Garcia, MD. I spoke on how to use Insulin Potentiation Therapy (IPT) in other applications, without using low dose (LD) chemotherapy. Visiting Munich during Oktoberfest provided a convenient excuse to attend the conference.

A small group of physicians – less than 40 – attended from South Africa, Kazakhstan, Mexico, USA, Europe, and elsewhere. They are a small group of medical renegades who will not conform to the conventional standard medical therapies. The main topic of the conference was using IPT/LD for Lyme and cancer treatments. I presented case studies of reversing stage 4 lung cancers, stage 4 multiple myelomas, and an ALS case using integrative therapies including IPT, but without using low dose chemotherapy.

All speakers spoke without fear of repercussion for unconventional approaches to treating Lyme disease and cancer using IPT/LD as a part of treatment plan. For more information on this treatment see my article, Insulin Therapy for other than Diabetes: Insulin Potentiation Therapy, which is available on my website. A physician from South Africa pointed out that many animals develop tumors, and ranchers successfully treat tumors with parasite medications in his country; but medical doctors use chemotherapy for tumors, often with major side effects.

With advancements in science, we like to believe that we are more socially and intellectually enlightened compared to the Dark Ages. Fake News, Conflict Biased Research, Fake Scientific Data sponsored by Big Pharma, and Artificial Intelligence cannot create a modern Medical Renaissance.  Our medical science has become a pseudo-religion, and has suppressed many natural modalities that cannot be explained by current science. See more on this subject in my articles, The Unscientific Basis of Modern Medicine on Life Force, and Metaphysics and Medicine: Metamorphosis of Modern Medicine into Pseudo-Religion. By definition, a renegade is someone who dissents from accepted and established belief or dogma (such as Roman Catholicism), a nonconformist. During the Dark Ages of medieval European history, most dissenters who spoke up had rather poor outcomes. Many of the rebels, renegades and heretics were burned at the stake if they did not recant. Galileo, the Astronomer, recanted in order to save his life.

Let me introduce you to one of the original modern medical renegades, Robert S. Mendelsohn, MD. An American pediatrician (1926-1988) who served as Chairman of the Medical Licensing Committee for the State of Illinois, Mendelsohn was an Associate Professor of Preventive Medicine and Community Health in the University Illinois School of Medicine. Medical renegades go against standard medical care, status quo guidelines, and rigid medical establishments. Many of them die prematurely from the emotional stress of peer pressure, financial pressure, state medical board investigations, or under mysterious circumstances. I read Mendelsohn’s book during my medical school years in the 1980’s, and stumbled on it again. It is amazing how his book may have influenced me indirectly, looking for integrative medicine approaches while going through medical school. Considered a true critic of modern medicine, medical maverick, and a self-claimed medical heretic, he died in the prime of his life at 62, hospitalized for a non-life threatening condition.

In 1979, Mendelsohn published a classic book, Confessions of a Medical Heretic. It described how to guard against the harmful impacts of doctors, drugs and hospitals. Dr. Mendelsohn believed annual physical examinations were a health risk, and should be restricted to high risk industrial workers and prostitutes. He believed hospitals are dangerous places for the sick (the Temple of Doom), most operations do little good, and many do harm (Ritual Mutilations). Additionally, he believed medical testing laboratories were scandalously inaccurate (they are especially for parasite testing in my experience), most drugs caused more harm than they cured (the Devil’s Priest), and finally, the X-ray machine was the most pervasive and most dangerous tool in the doctor’s office (Dangerous Diagnosis).

The Renaissance: Europe Wakes Up from the Dark Ages

Are you ready for a Medical Renaissance? Let’s visit Florence and experience the Renaissance, if not physically, thru re-visiting Renaissance history. Before leaving my secure job as a regional medical director for a managed care company and jumping into the field of integrative medicine, I did visit Florence, searching for inspiration. I went back to Florence 25 years later, seeking greater inspiration. The Medici family and Michelangelo are symbols of the Renaissance Man in Florence. We need both medical renegades and dental renegades – the Medical Renaissance Men and Women – to move on from the medical/dental death traps of the current Dark Ages. Trust, Love, Hope, Compassion, Intuition, Inspiration, Integration and Faith – not Fake News or Bought Science – are the foundation of creating a New Medical Renaissance.