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rrently 451 IPTLD certified practitioners worldwide, all of whom have been trained and certified by Dr. Donato Perez himself. Whilst IPTLD is conducted all over the world, Dr. Donato Perez is currently the only certified IPTLD practitioner in Mexico.

The treatment uses insulin and natural medicine to help chemotherapy to target only cancerous cells, whilst magnifying the effect of chemotherapy. Coupled with chemo sensitivity tests to determine the types of drug that each individual's cancer will react to, IPTLD enables patients to experience the undeniable benefits of chemotherapy without poisoning or damaging healthy cells. This practice dramatically reduces the side effects and potentially fatal consequences of chemotherapy, whilst harnessing the cancer killing power of the drug.

Based at Hospital Angeles Tijuana, and part of Angeles Health, Mexico's largest network of private hospitals, Drs. Donato Perez and Ariel Perez will offer patients Functional Oncology, IPTLD or a combination of the two, after assessing each individual patient for their physical condition and stage and type of cancer.

Both treatment programs include detoxification, nutrition and immune support phases but by combining their cancer fighting skills Drs. Ariel Perez and Donato Perez believe that they will see even more spectacular results.

It is beyond doubt that the partnership of these two pioneers of cancer treatment will give patients every chance of survival. This unique collaborative approach could even c
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