Cancer Patients are Victimized for More Profits for the Medical Mafia


Oncology has got to be the most damnable plot against cancer patients. The cash register rings for every new cancer patient. Insurance companies contribute to the pain, suffering and death.

The latest is a study to cut the course of chemotherapy down from six months to four months concentrating the six-month dose into four months. The stated reason is to get the patient off chemotherapy two months earlier and back to work. And you know what? It doubles the cost of the chemo program from $15,000 for six months treatment to $30,000 for the four-month treatment.

How could anybody fall for this “business deal” that’s sure to explode the toxicity of the patient’s weakness with a final blow to the immune system. Nothing is in it for the cancer patient but increased suffering and death.

Oncology and chemotherapy does a lot of mischief under the guise of treatment.

But since most cancer patients are in a so-called “oncology program,” there is something they need to know about cancer cells and chemotherapy.

Sugar is like fertilizer for cancer cells! The reason is that cancer cells have more than six times the insulin receptors on their cell surfaces and more than 10 times the insulin-like growth factor receptors as compared to normal cells.

This makes cancer cells more than 16 times hungrier for sugar. I hope you don’t give sugar of any kind to your loved ones with cancer.

Yet generations ago physicians discovered that simple intravenous push of insulin, given by physicians trained in Insulin Potentiation Therapy (IPT) is one of the best things that can be done for a cancer patient on chemotherapy.

Here’s why: When insulin is given in a large quick dose to a sugar greedy cancer cell, it opens up all the floodgates in the cancer cell’s membranes. Because the insulin receptors have been turned on, the cell thinks it’s going to enjoy a gluttonous smorgasbord of sugar and woofs it down.

So the cancer cell is tricked by the insulin into receiving far more chemotherapy than normal. As a result, it works beautifully for people whose cancers have become resistant to chemotherapy.

Because cancer cells are growing and multiplying faster than normal cells, they attract more chemotherapy and especially more with the insulin push (IPT).

But chemotherapy does kill normal cells and many people die from the effects of the chemotherapy instead of the cancer. And chemo can cause other cancers years later.

So the point is that IPT makes chemo so much more effective that it allows the dose of chemotherapy to be cut tenfold.

Result: This allows for a safer dose and lowers the side effects and will certainly lower the risk of dying from chemotherapy. Even though this simple technique has saved many lives, it is mostly unknown and unstudied by the majority of oncologists.

Wouldn’t you guess that the reason is that insulin is cheap with low profitability and chemotherapy drugs are high priced and far more profitable. What a disgrace!

Now friends, this is simple biochemistry certainly known by medical orthodoxy but being covered up. If insurance companies and medicine weren’t part of the cancer industry scam, they would force IPT. God help us!

Since millions have cancer now and many will have it in the future, everybody needs to read the book, Treating Cancer with Insulin Potentiation Therapy, by Ross A. Houser, M.D., and his wife, Marion A. Houser, M.S., R.D., issued by Beulah Land Press.

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Bob Livingston

founder of Personal Liberty Digest™, is an ultra-conservative American author and editor of The Bob Livingston Letter™, in circulation since 1969. Bob has devoted much of his life to research and the quest for truth on a variety of subjects. Bob specializes in health issues such as nutritional supplements and alternatives to drugs, as well as issues of privacy (both personal and financial), asset protection and the preservation of freedom.

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