Main sections of this site
About IPT -- Start
of IPT, IPT at a glance, IPT method, How IPT works, IPT experience.
Includes IPT History -- discovery &
origins, 50s-60s, 70s-80s-90s, IPT millennium.
Cancer -- cases
-- breast, prostate, lymphoma, cervix/uterus, skin, bone, pancreas,
colon, nose & throat, other cancers
-- cases & possibilities -- arthritis,
infectious, respiratory, circulatory/cardiovascular, immune/allergy,
neurological, eyes, ears, skin, digestive, genitourinary, musculoskeletal,
currently practicing IPT, and from the past.
Patient Stories --
Interviews with and stories of IPT patients.
Articles & Publications
-- articles, documents, patents, bibliography
Three books about IPT, in English, Spanish, and French.
-- The road ahead for IPT: advocacy,
The IPT story is a big
one, important to all of us. There is a huge amount of information on this
we have organized it so that you can get IPT story quickly, with more
in-depth information available if you want
First, read the About
IPT page to get the big story. It has links to give you more
information about IPT history, experience, and method. IPT has
been around a long time, and it has helped thousands of patients, many almost
If you are interested in cancer, look at the cases in that
section. And don't miss the great interview
with Donna McDermott, a breast cancer survivor who completely avoided
surgery, radiation, and high dose chemotherapy thanks to 23 IPT
treatments. IPT has also been used for
treating many other diseases, and you
can read many of these cases.
If you ever want to
contact an IPT-trained doctor, they are listed on the doctors
page. Feel free to tell your own doctors about IPT and this
website, and encourage them to get trained to practice IPT.
Also tell them about the books and
articles here on IPTQ.org. You
might enjoy reading them, too...
IPT has been essentially
ignored for 72 years. In order to get it tested and available
everywhere, many people will need to help out. I've outlined a
possible action plan in one section of the site.
You can contact
me by email or phone if you have information or IPT stories to share, or if I can help
you in any way.
I hope the
information on this website is helpful for you. You
have my best wishes for good health and good luck.
Chris Duffield Ph.D.