Dr. Donato Perez Garcia was a founding member of an organization, which has subsequently positioned itself as a competing organization in respect to the offering of education and training in the technique known as Insulin Potentiation Therapy or IPT for profit. Dr. Donato resigned from this organization, and requested that all materials and references to insulin potentiation therapy, IPT or IPTLD not to be used in the promotion of this organization’s operations. As of 2019, this organization, which has positioned itself as a competing organization does not have an agreement or mutually agreed upon contract which legally and ethically grants training in Insulin Potentiation Therapy (IPT), as discovered by the late Donato Perez Garcia, MD., and developed through my work, and that of my colleague Steven G. Ayre MD. The educational endorsement of training in IPT by this competing organization has been misappropriated without written permission, and without legal or ethical right.
Dr. Donato Perez Garcia (3rd generation of MD’s) recognizes that there are some fine doctors who publicly identify as members of the competing group, however several have not been properly trained or renewed their IPT Certificate. Dr. Donato has vigorously invited these doctors to renew or take the IPT training workshop.
Dr. Donato does not wish to censure any individual physician colleague or disseminate defamatory material on the competing organization. His motives – aligned with those of the European Academy for IPT (EAIPT) – are to promote an effective and standardized method of education and training on the techniques, and to ensure the best possible outcome for patients seeking this treatment alternative.
The organization which has positioned itself to compete with Donato Perez Garcia MD on the education of Insulin Potentiation Therapy does not have the authority to issue IPT Certificates or list trained doctors on IPT the medical treatment, as discovered by the late Donato Perez Garcia, MD and contemporarily promoted by his grandson of the same name. The organized efforts of any competing organization in seeking profit from the dissemination and education of the technique known as Insulin Potentiation Therapy (IPT) are in violation of the respectful acknowledgement of copyright law and medical ethics.
Atentamente / Sincerely,
Donato Perez Garcia, MD