Cancer and chemotherapy are two words that have become almost synonymous in a country where half of all men and one-third of all women will develop cancer during their lifetimes. 

Along with being well known for its use as a treatment for cancer, chemotherapy is also notorious for its harsh symptoms: hair loss, nausea, extreme fatigue, and pain among others. The patient’s body must endure not only the disease, but also a treatment that attacks the entire body-not just the cancer culprit. 

That’s why many physicians, like Constantine Kotsanis MD of the Kotsanis Institute in Grapevine, Texas, have turned to IPT or Insulin Potentiation Therapy.  IPT uses traditional chemotherapeutic drugs and insulin to more effectively transport the drugs across cell membranes and into the cancer cells, resulting in a treatment that is tougher on cancer and easier on the body.

Dr. Kotsanis’ main focus when treating his patients, no matter the illness, is focusing on their entire body. While many doctors prescribe a traditional high-dose chemotherapy treatment that can wreak havoc on other parts of the patient’s body, Kotsanis uses targeted low dose therapy, which results in a kinder, gentler, chemotherapy. In his book, “The Kinder, Gentler Cancer Treatment: Insulin Potentiation Target LowDose Therapy,” Dr. Kotsanis explains how patients can thrive and continue to live a life filled with dignity and productivity when choosing to undergo IPT over traditional cancer treatment approaches.

To learn more about IPT and the ways it can help you or someone you love in the fight against cancer, you can attend the 2012 Annual International IPT/IPTLD Integrative Cancer Conference. Held on Saturday, April 28 at the Hilton Dallas in Southlake Town Square.

This conference will feature presentations by noted experts, including Dr. Kotsanis, in their fields on different aspects of integrative cancer care with an emphasis on therapies that are kinder and gentler, but still very effective.

Two sessions are offered: 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. or 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Sessions are $25 each. 





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Grapevine, TX 76051
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Dr. Constantine A. Kotsanis MD complements traditional medicine with functional medicine and nutrition to optimize health, wellness, and the anti-aging process. Dr. Kotsanis integrates both mainstream and complementary medicine.  This practice, known as functional or integrative medicine embraces principles and treatment methods which may or may not be accepted or embraced by conventional medicine providers, individual physicians or other health care institutions.

Dr. Kotsanis specialties include Insulin Potentiation Targeted Low Dose Therapy (IPTLDSM) in the treatment of Cancer, Comprehensive Cancer Care & AfterCare, Autism, Hormone Imbalances, Allergies, Digestive Disorders, Chronic Fatigue and Chronic Disorders.

Located in Grapevine, Texas - close to Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW)

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