January 2012, Newsletter
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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.

WP Articles

wiley Why Mammography Screening Has Not Lived up to Expectations from the Randomized Trials
Always ahead of her time, T.S. Wiley, warned women nine years ago about the dangers of mammography, devoting an entire chapter to mammograms, breast cancer, and other misconceptions.

Quoting from the book, Sex, Lies and Menopause, Chapter 5, p. 97, Wiley stated, "Using X-rays to see abnormalities in breast tissue had been around since 1913, but had never really become a diagnostic tool until the mid-1970s. When a pinpoint lesion appears in your breast, there may already be cancer cells multiplying in the shin of your leg, in your bone marrow. The pin-point size lesion that a mammogram picks up is only a symptom of what's happening elsewhere in your body."

"The other problem with mammography is obvious: Science only knows of one absolute carcinogen to human tissue on the planet, and that carcinogen is ionizing radiation. If the exposed cells don't die, the DNA breaks and they mutate. Cancer rarely starts with a mutated gene; but a gene certainly can be mutated by an outside-the-body influence like the ionizing radiation of power lines or mammography. Mammography is ionizing radiation."... Read More

wileyA Randomized Pilot Study of Monthly Cycled Testosterone Replacement or Continuous Testosterone Replacement Versus Placebo in Older Men
The following study discusses the benefits of cycled vs. continuous testosterone therapy on older men.

Abstract | Context: Cycling androgens has been reported by athletes to improve physical performance by enhancing muscle mass and strength, a paradigm that has not been studied, and may have clinical value in older men being treated with testosterone.

Objective: We investigated the efficacy of a monthly cycled testosterone regimen that uses half the testosterone dose as the current standard of care continuous therapy on body composition and muscle strength in older men.

Design, Setting, and Patients: Twenty-four community-dwelling older men 70 ± 2 yr of age with total testosterone levels below 500 ng/dl were randomized at the Institute for Translational Sciences-Clinical Research Center into a 5-month double-blind placebo-controlled trial.

Intervention: Subjects were dosed weekly for 5 months, receiving continuous testosterone (TE, n = 8; 100 mg testosterone enanthate, im injection), monthly cycled testosterone (MO, n = 8; alternating months of testosterone and placebo), or placebo (PL, n = 8).

Main Outcome Measures: Main outcomes included body composition by dual-energy x-ray absorptiometry and upper and lower body muscle strength. Secondary outcomes included body weight, serum hormones, and mixed-muscle protein fractional synthesis rate (FSR)... Read More

wileyOvarian Cancer Drug, Antidepressant Abandoned by AstraZeneca
According to Wikipedia, Olaparib (AZD-2281) is a chemotherapeutic agent developed by KuDOS Pharmaceuticals and later by Astra Zeneca. It is an inhibitor of PARP, an enzyme involved in DNA repair. It acts against cancers in people with hereditary BRCA1 or BRCA2 mutations, which includes many ovarian, breast and prostate cancers. Phase l clinical trials were started in 2009 and Phase ll trials were stopped in 2011.

AstraZeneca will abandon plans to develop an anti-ovarian cancer drug and also says a planned antidepressant has underperformed in tests, the drugmaker announced.

The British drug company said Tuesday that it would take a one-time pre-tax loss of 5 million for the failure of olaparib - a drug that was meant to fight ovarian cancer. It added that the underperformance of the antidepressant - known as TC-5214- in tests would cost it another .5 million pre-tax.

AstraZeneca had hoped TC-5214 could replace earnings from its Seroquel medication, which will face generic competition beginning next year.

AstraZeneca shares were down 1.93 percent to 28.92 pounds (.32) Tuesday afternoon ... Read More

nl_shift_work_teens_linked New Bio-Bulbs Could Help You Sleep
New “Eco-Bulbs” originally scheduled to become mandatory January 1, 2012 have been pushed back to October. (http://www.thewileyprotocol.com/component/content/article/63-articles/701-damning-new-study.html) On the horizon however are “Bio-Bulbs”

As late-night workers and long-distance travelers already know, shifting time zones or work periods throws the body's natural clock out of whack.

Even regular folks often find it nearly impossible to get a restful sleep for several hours after sitting under bright lights after the sun has gone down (some call it the Fenway Park phenomena).

Now a Florida inventor is testing a new LED bio-bulb that could regulate the body's circadian rhythm by helping control the production of melatonin, the body's sleep hormone that tells us when it's nighttime.

This can be done by eliminating a small segment of the blue wavelength of light (around 465 to 485 nanometers) produced by the lightbulb, according to Fred Maxik, founder and chief technology officer of Lighting Science Group Corp., a Satellite Beach, Fla., firm... Read More

nl_shift_work_teens_linked Impact of Serum Thyroid Hormones and Estrogen Status on the Risk of Breast Cancer in Kashmiri Women
This study finally links thyroid disease and breast cancer. They conclude that the low serum free T3 and T4 levels are associated with higher breast cancer incidence in this group of women independent of free estrogen levels.

Estrogen involvement in breast cancer has been established; however, the association between breast cancer and thyroid diseases is controversial. Estrogen-like effects of thyroid hormone on breast cancer cell growth in culture have been reported. The aim of our study was to investigate a possible correlation between the genesis of breast cancer and the levels of serum thyroid hormones. we measured the percentage of free estradiol (E2) and the amounts of sex hormone-binding globulin (SHBG) and thyroid hormones in serum samples from Kashmiri patients with breast cancer (n=50) and normal controls (n=25). The patients were found to have significantly higher free E2 and significantly lower SHBG than controls. Moreover, the serum levels of free triiodothyronine (FT3) and free thyroxine (FT4) were lower in the patients than in controls, while the serum levels of TSH and TBG in the patients were not significantly different from those in controls. These results suggest that the reduction in the serum FT3, and FT4 levels, which is independent of changes in the serum level of free E2, may be one of the risk factors for breast cancer in Kashmir.... Read More

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WP Dr. Robert Mathis shares how Restoring the Rhythm can Restore ones Health:
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“A 23 woman and her mom came to my office a year ago. The young woman had a medical history of cancer with metastases to the spine, since age six. At six years old she was treated with chemo and radiation and is cancer free at present. In the following years, till the present, she had no secondary sexual characteristic development. (tanner stage two) She had no cycle, no breast or emotional development, and no boyfriends. She was invisible to males. She had attempted hormone replacement with various synthetic combinations without success. She felt physically and emotionally miserable on these HRT’s.
I started her off on the basic lunar Wiley Protocol (Rhythmic- bio-identical). She immediately felt empowered, energized and happy. By the end of the third month there was a noticeable change in breast and pubic hair development. She had slight spotting the first three months. She had her first cycle at month four.
She’s currently having a normal period (month 8) and she has gained the attraction of several males who are now pursuing her regularly, which is an unfamiliar feeling for her.
She has commented to me on several occasions that she now has emotions, which she is unfamiliar with. She used to be very anxious and worried about everything and now because of the estradiol, she feels very calm and is finally able to go with the flow.”

The Wiley Protocol has given this woman her life back…
Interview with a Wiley Protocol Provider:
We asked Dr. Mitchell Fleisher, M.D., D.Ht. from Nellysford, Virginia, how he found out about the Wiley Protocol and why he has chosen it as his preferred BHRT regimen. He shared with us how he has dealt with some Wiley Protocol problems, and one of his most successful patient stories:

“I had been practicing BHRT for many years and wasn’t satisfied with the physiological premise of static dosing. After one of my patients requested that I look into the Wiley Protocol, I read T.S. Wiley’s work and attended the ‘Two Days Back on Earth’ conference. I thought that this protocol made great sense physiologically and clinically, because not only was it critical to use bio-identical hormones, but to dose the hormones bio-mimetically, (mimicking the natural, physiological, estrogen- progesterone cycle), so this was exactly what I was looking for.”

“I started prescribing it in 2009, and found over time that the vast majority of patients did remarkably well on the basic WP dosing schedule. I did notice that some patients had problems with what appeared to be bio-availability and absorption, especially if they didn’t have much of an adipose tissue (fat) base at the application site. Even after adjusting the estrogen up to as much as +5, it didn’t eliminate menopausal complaints, like erratic menses or bleeding out of rhythm, etc. I found that applying a minimal amount to the labial tissue fixed this problem. Although I’m aware that this direct mucosal application isn’t 100% supported by T.S. Wiley, in my patient population, it solved this non-absorption problem for many women.”

“Another great fix for women who actually feel fine on Wiley, but aren’t having regular menses, is to produce a larger estrogen peak on days 11 and 12. Just adding one, two or three more lines on the peak days is usually all that was required to stimulate normal menstrual flow.”

“There were some patients who’d have intermittent bleeding with the Wiley Protocol no matter how I adjusted the dosing, because it appeared that their receptors just weren’t functioning correctly. As a homeopathic family physician, I have found if I give them their constitutional homeopathic remedy, it very often completely balances their entire system, and reactivates hormone receptor sensitivity, allowing the WP BHRT to act most effectively.”

“I remember one patient who came to me who was really suffering from postmenopausal syndrome. She had every possible mental and emotional symptom imaginable. She had been everywhere for care, had tried all types of HRT and nothing worked. I have all my patients read ‘Sex, Lies and Menopause,’ so, of course, they are well-informed, impressed and willing to try the protocol. This woman was almost immediately turned around on the basic protocol. She did fabulously well, and it was amazing to me at the time. Since then, she has referred many, many patients, who’ve also done well on WP. In the course of her first year of treatment, her face had completely changed. She looks 10 years younger now, and her life has transformed in a multitude of healthy ways.”

“I’ve also found the WP for men to be very effective in restoring libido, increasing muscle tone and improving lipid profiles in my male patients. It definitely has more noticeable clinical benefits than oral testosterone.”

“I’m very grateful to be part of making such a difference in people’s lives.”

Editor’s Note: Dr. Mitch Fleisher is in private practice in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains in Nellysford, Virginia, and can be contacted at (434) 361-1896. He may also be reached via his website, www.alternativemedcare.com, an international resource for integrative CAM (complementary alternative medicine). Click here to see his bio.

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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.



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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