November 2011, Newsletter
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November 2011 - Issue 2050 The Newsletter Is Also Available HERE!

Our mission in this newsletter is to inform health care professionals about biomimetic hormone replacement therapy, otherwise known as bio-identical hormones and to promote healthy aging and optimal patient management.


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wiley Doctors' Orders: Keep Men Involved in PSA Decision
The November WP Consumer Newsletter* reported on “Can Cancer Ever Be Ignored?” It challenged the long term belief that routine screening for prostate cancer with the PSA (prostate-specific antigen) test, either reduces the occurrence of prostate cancer from early detection or that early detection defers date of death, which T.S. Wiley has been stating for over a decade. This article suggests that there may be a middle ground.

Hey guys, feeling confused about the fuss over PSA screening for prostate cancer?

Listen up. A couple of docs who ponder such medical dilemmas say there's a middle ground between business-as-usual and throwing PSA tests out altogether.

You may recall the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force kicked up a ruckus earlier this month when it proposed junking routine PSA tests. If you're male and middle-aged or beyond, your doctor has probably ordered that blood test (maybe without asking first) to see if your prostate might be harboring a malignant lump.

The influential task force says PSA tests cause too much mischief (false alarms, needless biopsies, unnecessary surgery and radiation, lifelong side-effects like impotence and incontinence) for not much benefit (little or no reduction in overall prostate cancer deaths)... Read More




wileyWeight Gain Might Raise Endometrial Cancer Risk
SUNDAY, Oct. 23 (HealthDay News) -- Gaining a significant amount of weight after menopause may be associated with an increased risk of developing endometrial cancer, a new study suggests.

"Fat tissue is the major source of circulating estrogen in postmenopausal women, and estrogen promotes the development of endometrial cancer," Victoria L. Stevens, strategic director of laboratory services at the National Home Office of the American Cancer Society in Atlanta, said in a news release from the American Association for Cancer Research.

In conducting the study, the researchers analyzed the weight history of more than 38,000 postmenopausal women who completed a survey in 1992. By 2007, 560 of the women had been diagnosed with endometrial cancer. This is a cancer of the uterus, affecting the uterine lining.

After adjusting for body mass index (a measurement that takes into account height and weight), the study revealed the women who gained 61 pounds or more were two times more likely to develop endometrial cancer than women with stable weight.

While the study found an association between weight gain after menopause and endometrial cancer risk, it did not prove a cause-and-effect. ... Read More




wileyMore Evidence Against Vitamin Use
Two new studies add to the growing body of evidence that taking extra doses of vitamins can do more harm than good.A study of vitamin E and selenium use among 35,000 men found that the vitamin users had a slightly higher risk of developing prostate cancer, according to a report published Tuesday in The Journal of the American Medical Association. A separate study of 38,000 women in Iowa found a higher risk of dying during a 19-year period among older women who used multivitamins and other supplements compared with women who did not, according to a new report in The Archives of Internal Medicine.

The findings are the latest in a series of disappointing research results showing that high doses of vitamins are not helpful in warding off disease.


“You go back 15 or 20 years, and there were thoughts that antioxidants of all sorts might be useful,” said Dr. Eric Klein, a Cleveland Clinic physician and national study coordinator for the prostate cancer and vitamin E study. “There really is not any compelling evidence that taking these dietary supplements above and beyond a normal dietary intake is helpful in any way, and this is evidence that it could be harmful.” ... Read More



nl_shift_work_teens_linked Dirt Prevents Allergy, Danish Research Suggests
T.S. Wiley believes children should be born at home, preferably outside in nature, allowing the newborn access to the normal bacteria existing during a vaginal birth and the environment. What if our immune defenses are primed by encountering the bacterial cultures surrounding us, as this article suggests?

If infants encounter a wide range of bacteria they are less at risk of developing allergic disease later in life. This is the conclusion of research from the University of Copenhagen, which suggests completely new factors in many modern lifestyle diseases.

Oversensitivity diseases, or allergies, now affect 25 per cent of the population of Denmark. The figure has been on the increase in recent decades and now researchers at the Dansk BørneAstma Center [COPSAC, Copenhagen Prospective Studies on Asthma in Childhood], University of Copenhagen, are at last able to partly explain the reasons

A variety of bacteria offers protection
"In our study of over 400 children we observed a direct link between the number of different bacteria in their rectums and the risk of development of allergic disease later in life," says Professor Hans Bisgaard, consultant at Gentofte Hospital, head of the Copenhagen Prospective Studies on Asthma in Childhood, and professor of children's diseases at the Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Copenhagen. .... Read More



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Wiley Protocol Sparc Therapy Seasonal Pulsatile Adrenal ReCalibrationWiley Systems announces new "Super Snooz" Protocol to be released by year's end:

Super Snooz contains the same ingredients as our Snooz plus Diphenhydramine. Diphenhydramine helps one fall asleep and stay asleep throughout the night.





 
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“A new study is being publicized that high estrogen levels increase the risk of breast cancer.
It reports statistical results based on very little data (one blood test) and I think there's a lot of misinterpretation going on. For example, if you look at the actual numbers you'll see that the "low" estradiol levels are 4pg/ml and the "high" estradiol levels are 14-17pg/ml. These "low" and "high" are actually BOTH very very low. In addition, estradiol is not being secreted in a rhythmic fashion anymore because it's not being made by the ovaries (as it was before menopause) so there aren't the peaks and valleys which turn on and off messages in the body. Also, there's no progesterone after menopause to balance the estradiol in these women; progesterone wasn't even measured in this study. Now, estrone (produced mostly from fat), which increases after menopause to probably compensate for low estradiol, is known to increase the risk of breast cancer, and "low" estrone was 98-102 and "high" estrone was 577(controls)-733(cases). That's a real difference between high and low levels and it's already known that high levels of estrone increase the risk of breast cancer (http://clincancerres.aacrjournals.org/content/9/6/2229.)

All this being said, estrogens have yet to be proven to cause cancer, but they can stimulate its growth, if it's already there.”
 
Interview with a Wiley Protocol Provider:
 
We asked Dr. Shira Miller how she first came to the Wiley Protocol and what her clinical experience has been thus far:

“When I first read Sex, Lies, and Menopause I thought it was very interesting, but I also thought it was too extreme a treatment for me to prescribe. As an internist, I had been taught that any postmenopausal bleeding is a sign of potential uterine cancer requiring gynecological evaluation and so the idea of causing postmenopausal bleeding in women (even though it was purposeful and regular) just seemed too scary for me……not to mention messy and inconvenient. At that time I didn’t really understand the significance of reproductive hormone levels and rhythms, so I wasn’t motivated to re-create them in my patients. It’s not that I was against the Wiley Protocol, I was just afraid of using it. However, I also hadn’t yet made up my mind about the best way to prescribe bioidentical HRT. It took a series of events for me to start prescribing the Wiley Protocol as my first-line of treatment for menopause. I worked at different integrative clinics, prescribed the different forms of bioidentical HRT recommended at those clinics, and even witnessed postmenopausal women resume their menstrual cycle and do very well.

When it came time for me to open my own private practice and I could myself decide which form of bioidentical HRT I would recommend for my patients, I researched the Wiley Protocol again and again, attended their “Two Days Back on Earth” conference and finally became convinced that it is the safest and most physiological type of bioidentical HRT to prescribe.

I am happy to report that since I made the decision to start prescribing the Wiley Protocol, I haven’t been disappointed. I have actually been impressed. It has taken much less time for my patients’ menopausal symptoms to abate, and I haven’t had any woman experience the out of control heavy menstrual bleeding, that I used to sometimes see, on other forms of bioidentical HRT.”

Dr. Miller practices Concierge Medicine in Los Angeles, CA, has been prescribing the WP for two years and can be reached at www.shiramillermd.




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Lights Out By T.S. Wiley Sex Lies And Menopause By T.S. Wiley
Lights Out
This fascinating, thought-provoking study discusses the central role of sleep in our lives. After probing the scientific literature, T.S. Wiley and Formby, researchers at the Sansum Medical Research Institute, conclude that, "the disastrous slide in the health of the American people corresponds to the increase in light-generating night activities and the carbohydrate consumption that follows.

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Sex Lies and Menopause
Turning thirty years of medical and cultural wisdom on its head, Sex, Lies, and Menopause challenges both the medical establishment and modern feminists to prove that menopause does not have to be deadly.

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F.Y.I... We have been told that there are many pharmacies around the country claiming to make the Wiley Protocol. Unless your hormones come in our color coded packaging (green and purple for women, blue and burgundy for men), it says Wiley all over and the pharmacy has our sign in their window, they have not registered with us to make the authentic Wiley Protocol. You would be getting a generic product that will not stand up to federal scrutiny for scientific study.

Please make sure your provider abides by our patent and trademarks and sends your prescription to a Wiley Registered Pharmacy.
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