Former Award Winning MD Anderson Oncologist Moves To Mexico!

CHIPSA Hospital has also hired the award winning former MD Anderson professor and oncologist, Dr. Stephen Iacoboni MD, as a Research Director for guidance and record keeping for Insulin Potentiated Therapy (IPT), a form of low dose chemotherapy that targets cancer cells by lowering blood sugar and mixing the chemo with sugar.

An oncologist who has seen many patients through their battle with cancer in his three-decade career, Stephen J. Iacoboni, MD, served his fellowship at the prestigious MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston Texas, receiving the Outstanding Researcher award and presenting his findings at the American Society of Clinical Oncology.

Iacoboni also co-founded St. Mary’s Regional Cancer Center in Walla Walla, Washington, where he lived and practiced for 16 years, leaving to become Medical Director of the Kootenai Cancer Center in Coeur’d Alene, Idaho.

In 2010 he returned to Washington to co-direct the Kennewick General Hospital Hematology-Oncology program.

An Answer In Mexico

Many of the protocols Dr. Iacoboni had experience in, such as Outpatient Insulin Potentiated Therapy (IPT) and appendant treatments have an out of pocket cost to patients of $30,000 – $40,000. This is simply out of reach for many patients seeking the potentially life saving therapy.

To accomplish this goal, Dr. Iacoboni ventured to CHIPSA for the development of such treatments at a fraction of the cost in uhte United States. CHIPA has built a fully renovated Outpatient Treatment Room (OTR) at the hospital and partnered with hotels and realtors to house people during their stay

Dr. Iacoboni believes that success with any patient is enhanced by the profound bond between doctor and patient, united against all odds, in pursuit of that patient’s health.


How CHIPSA Goes About Healing Cancer…


​Developed by Dr. Max Gerson in 1928, The Gerson Diet also known as Gerson Therapy was one of the first natural cancer therapeutics and has been used to treat cancer patients for more than 80 years. Rooted in an organic, plant-based diet, raw juices, coffee enemas, and natural supplements, the Gerson Therapy’s mission is to restore the body’s ability to heal itself.

After his passing in 1959, Dr. Max Gerson’s daughter, Charlotte Gerson wanted to continue her father’s work in helping people heal from cancer. She founded CHIPSA Hospital in 1979. Many have attempted the Gerson Therapy and practice over the years, but few have the credentials to declare the positive results. CHIPSA Hospital has been able to maintain remissions in treating malignant cancers and degenerative diseases.