Hayle Aldren

M.D., M.D. (H)

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Hayle T. Aldren MD(H) has been a consultant in Integrative Cancer Medicine for over 30 years, following postgraduate studies in complementary oncology in Germany. During residency he trained at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center.

Certified IPT Instructor

  • Molecular Medicine & Biotherapy
  • Integrative Cancer Care
  • Chronic Illness or Infection
  • Undiagnosed Pain or Malfunction
  • Cardiovascular and Cancer Prevention
  • Orphan Medical Procedures
  • Insulin Potentiation Therapy (IPT)
  • Autologous Immunization
  • Reconstructive Prolotherapy
  • Custom Compounding

Dr. Hayle T. Aldren, M.D., M.D.(H), D.T.M., has been a pioneer in the full spectrum of preventive, integrative, and longevity medicine for more than twenty-five years. Following allopathic education and national board certification, he trained intensively in complementary and biological therapeutics around the world, and is also a diplomate of the Royal College of Surgeons (1). His goal has been to combine the best of mainstream medicine and biomedical science with the best of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) in such diverse settings as rehabilitation hospitals, outpatient and ambulatory clinics, residential treatment centers, job-based programs, educational institutions, house call outreach services, fitness centers and resort spas.

From the jungles of Bali to the podium at Sloan-Kettering, he has become a respected exponent for combining the “best of both worlds”, inspiring patients to actively participate in their care, and teaching doctors to look beyond symptoms for the root causes of disease. He has appeared on ABC Nightline and previously hosted “A Different Brand of Medicine” on radio. His extensive clinical and research experience has led him to conclude that the words, “learn to live with it, should be eliminated from the medical vocabulary. He prefers an individualized approach where each patient is approached as unique, rather than standardized protocols in which all patients are treated basically the same or sorted into randomized groups for statistical purposes.

His experience spans private practice, trans-disciplinary team care, basic and clinical research, business and industry, education, insurance medical directorship, and state govemment. His early work with glucosamine and arthritis in the 1970’s helped pave the way for its penetration into the medical mainstream two decades later. He has also been a consultant to sports teams, athletes, performing artists, pharmacies and home infusion services, dietary supplement manufacturers, insurance companies, attorneys, employers, journalists, medical websites, and other physicians in constantly searching the world for the safest and most effective forms of diagnosis, treatment, self care and health enhancement.

He is currently writing a book on exploiting the hidden weaknesses of cancer cells, and is also developing a new radio program for syndication. As an independent medical examiner, he has additionally performed outcome assessments on over 12,000 persons treated with nearly every variety of conventional or natural treatment, and has acquired a unique perspective on “what works and what doesn’t”.

IPT Experience and Teaching

Dr. Aldren began using insulin-based therapies in 1978, in the form of GIK and PZI, to enhance the uptake of medicines and nutrients, the elimination of biotoxins, and the reinforcement of physiologic repair and healing processes. He was first introduced to the concepts of classic IPT at the International Academy of Preventive Medicine in 1981 by Dr. Donato II and Dr. Steven Ayre, when it was still known as Donatian Therapy (in honor of Dr. Donato I), and recognized it as a significant advance.