Lawrence Burton, PhD
These four proteins need to be balanced for the body to defend itself from cancer growth. Burton's IAT consist of drawing blood from cancer patients, analyzing it and preparing specific amounts of these components back into the patients blood stream to balance them. His treatments are not a cure for cancer, but, like insulin for diabetes, a regulator that can control the cancer. It is virtually nontoxic.
IAT received a great amount of attention from the U.S. Congress when the Office of Technology Assessment's published it's 1990 report on unconventional cancer therapies.
Lawrence Burton passed away in 1993 from heart disease. Lawrence Burton's IAT is still available in the clinic he established in the 1970s in Freeport on Grand Bahama Island. One must be cautious of the flu season while visiting this tropical island while under the oppression of a cancer.