February 2012, Newsletter
February 2012 - Issue 2053 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.

WP Articles

wiley Experts Warn: This Popular Vitamin can Trigger Cancer
In our November Clinical newsletter we reported on a study that claimed Vitamin E can increase prostate cancer.


Although this information is accurate, we would like to point out that “synthetic” Vitamin E was used in the study, not natural Vitamin E (d-alpha tocopherol). In this case, the vitamin E used was all rac-a-tocopheryl acetate—a synthetic petrochemically-derived form of dl-alpha tocopherol, which has known toxic effects

Over the past several of weeks, the media have gone wild over studies allegedly showing that vitamins have lethal consequences.

Again and again, journalists who are clueless about health have misled readers while catering to the interests of Big Pharma and their hired lackey, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA)... Read More

wileyRisk for Upper GI Cancers in Women Rises with Menopause
MedWire News: Postmenopausal women face a higher risk for upper gastrointestinal cancers than their pre- or peri-menopausal peers of a similar age, report researchers who found that risk increased with younger menopausal age.

The findings also add to previous work showing that postmenopausal women taking hormone therapy are at lower risk for these cancers than those who are not taking such therapy.

"Cancers of the esophagus and of the stomach are both more common in men than in women and it has been suggested that this may reflect protection offered by exposure to high levels of estrogens," note Jane Green (University of Oxford, UK) and colleagues in the British Journal of Cancer.

Because of this there is interest in the possible role played by hormonal factors, including those related to menarche and menopause and to childbearing.

However, for endogenous, reproductive factors, the epidemiologic evidence is inconsistent, and results from prospective studies are limited by small numbers of cancers.

The researchers addressed this matter among 1,319,409 women (average age 56 years) enrolled in the UK Million Women Study.

During a total of 11.9 million woman-years of observation (mean 9.1 years per woman), 1186 incident cancers of the esophagus and 1194 incident cancers of the stomach were reported, with an average age at diagnosis of about 59 years. ... Read More

wileyKomen Decision Triggering Petitions, Donations…
Although there are strong reactions to SGK pulling their funding for Planned Parenthoods “breast health services”, TS Wiley applauds what will hopefully be the outcome…… less Mammograms.

“Although they did it for the wrong reasons, the Susan G Komen foundation did poor women a HUGE favor. Mammograms don't save anyone from cancer. In addition they lead to more biopsies and surgery that also doesn’t save women's lives. It's an industry, and like many industries, it protects its revenues right or wrong.”

More and more science is surfacing against mammograms and the research goes back 20 years. This article in the NY Times from August 1, 2011 discusses how ineffective mammograms are:

• An analysis of data from six European countries suggests that mammography screening has had no effect on breast cancer mortality.

• Deaths from breast cancer have declined substantially in most industrialized countries, but it is difficult to know how much of the decline is due to early detection, treatment, or the efficiency of health care systems.

• Researchers took advantage of a natural experiment in three pairs of countries. Some had instituted regular mammography screening significantly earlier than the others, but their health care systems and socioeconomic levels were nearly identical. The countries matched for comparison were Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland; the Netherlands and Belgium; and Sweden and Norway... Read More

nl_shift_work_teens_linked Breaking news: Cancer Drugs Make Tumors More Aggressive and Deadly
When natural health advocates warn against mainstream medicine's arsenal of weapons used to fight cancer, including chemotherapy and radiation, their concerns often revolve around how these therapies can weaken and damage a person's body in numerous ways. But scientists are finding other reasons to question some of these therapies. It turns out that while chemotherapies may kill or shrink tumors in the short term, they may actually be causing malignancies to grow more deadly in the long term.

For example, NaturalNews previously reported that scientists at the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) Comprehensive Cancer Center and UAB Department of Chemistry are currently investigating the very real possibility that dead cancer cells left over after chemotherapy spark cancer to spread to other parts of the body (metastasis). And now comes news that a little-explored specific cell type, the pericyte, found in what is called the microenvironment of a cancerous tumor actually may halt cancer progression and metastasis. And by destroying these cells, some anti-cancer therapies may inadvertently be making cancer more aggressive as well as likely to spread and kill.

A study just published in the January 17 issue of the journal Cancer Cell concludes that anti-angiogenic therapies (which shrink cancer by cutting off tumors' blood supply) may be killing the body's natural defense against cancer by destroying pericyte cells that likely serve as important gatekeepers against cancer progression and metastasis. Pericytes cover blood vessels and support their growth.

For the new research, Raghu Kalluri, MD, PhD, Chief of the Division of Matrix Biology at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) and Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School (HMS), investigated whether targeting pericytes could inhibit tumor growth in the same way that other antiangiogenic cancer drugs do.

Dr. Kalluri and his research team worked with mice genetically engineered to support drug-induced depletion of pericytes in growing tumors. Next, they removed pericytes in implanted mouse breast cancer tumors, decreasing pericyte numbers by 60 percent.... Read More

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TS Wiley lectures on The Wiley Protocols, “A Methodology for Fourth Dimensional Medicine… Timing is Everything”
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Feb 24-26th, St Louis, MO
Meet and Greet with TS Wiley at the Working Woman’s Survival Show
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April 21, 2012, IAIA (Institute of American Indian Arts) Museum and Planetarium

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TS Wiley’s lectures on The Wiley Protocols, “A Methodology for Fourth Dimensional Medicine… Timing is Everything”

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ACAM in San Diego May 3-6, 2012 Wiley Systems Exhibits, Booth TBA

Two Days Back on Earth
Conference Glendale, CA in May 2012, Dates TBA
Dr. Chris Renna and Dr Julie Taguchi:

Medical insight into why some women are so adversely affected by the prescription drug, Yaz, and others have little to no side effects.
Wiley Protocol Provider Dr Miller talks about Menopause:
How Big Pharma Fools Doctors

Are your patients practicing “poly-pharmacy?” (Thanks to Dr Chris Renna for this phrase)
Live Radio show with Bianca Feb 23, 2012 8:30 EST
On-air talk show: "Let's Talk!" on stations WSTC & WNLK
Fluoride: they've known the dangers all along...
Dr. Suzanne Humphries on Vaccines and your Immune System
New Regulations Threaten Insurance for CAM Patients wiley
We thank Dr Shira Miller for bringing our attention to
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She claims many of her patients use a Health Savings Account (HSA) to pay for her services, because their use doesn't require the insurance carrier's approval and is tax deductible. Help save HSAs. And consider getting an HSA account while you can!

Wiley Protocol Pharmacist Dieter Steinmetz RPh, from Coast Compounding believes the Wiley Protocol is the “Gold Standard of BHRT”.
Valorie Davidson, N.D.

Dr. Chris Renna
Coast Compounding located in Oceanside CA, near San Diego, is relatively new to the Wiley Protocol. They joined us in late spring 2011. Dieter immediately attended every “Two Days Back on Earth” seminar we held, embracing the science and bringing his physicians with him. This adds up to three seminars, six new physicians that have been certified and working with four to six others that are interested in attending the seminar soon. He says, “We have about 15 extremely happy patients, mostly women and starting to add men. I have been able to get a few Kaiser Doctors interested and have some of their patients on it. As you may know, Kaiser’s philosophy is not pro- compounding. From their perspective, this is a very radical thing and can only be a step in the right direction.

As I went through the education process of the seminars, I was impressed with how sound the science was. It was my intention to learn everything I could about Wiley, from the very beginning, so that I could help the doctors and their patients, in what many said was a high maintenance protocol. Turns out, this is incorrect. I believe the Wiley Protocol is the Gold Standard of BHRT and static dosing is the standard. Static dosing may address menopausal symptoms and may prevent further degeneration, but I believe the Wiley Protocol actually restores, rebuilds bones and rejuvenates the body back to normalcy. The Wiley Protocol does things that other hormone replacements are just not able to do. I haven’t seen anything else bring patients back to feeling like they did in their 20’s. They can’t believe it either.

It requires some education so I refer everyone interested to the Wiley website. I have found that people won’t take the time to read books ahead of time, so I want to make it as easy as possible, so they can decide if they are ready to feel better. Once they are on it for a couple of months, and have some basic understanding of what they are doing, many have decided to read Sex, Lies and Menopause.

I have made information packets from the Physician Guidelines Manual for my doctors using the endocrinology introduction, common concerns prescribing the WP, each hormone dosing schedule and the evaluations. I find this makes the doctors much more receptive to something new. To my surprise, no one has said no yet.

Just about all of the patients we have started on the WP are noticing the benefits relatively quickly and are happy with it. They are very grateful and feel it’s easy to do. Most of them are peri-menopausal women and already educated about BHRT. I prefer to grow slowly so I can be very involved with each patient. I enjoying spending time with each patient and discussing them with their doctors. It becomes a win-win for everyone.

In closing, I’d like to say that you can’t really understand just how powerful Wiley is until you have attended her two day seminar. I had always felt that what we were being told by the pharmaceutical industry wasn’t quite right and now with Wiley I know I was right.”
Interview with a Wiley Protocol Provider:
We asked Dr. Christian Renna, DO who owns and practices at Lifespan Medicine in Dallas, Texas and Santa Monica, CA why he has chosen the Wiley Protocol as his preferred BHRT regimen, which he has been prescribing for over five years. In addition he shared with us two of his most remarkable patient stories.

“TS Wiley is a bright molecular biologist. She brought reason and order to managing menopause with bio identical hormones. Her protocol is the only rationale way to approach it.”

“Every physician taking care of people over 40 is confronted with a difficult problem; we know that the risk of every disease increases at menopause and we have not been given a proven method of reducing these risks. What are we to do? We have pharmaceutical compounds that proved to increase breast cancer; bio-identical compounds produced by the pharmaceutical industry in fixed dose forms and compounded bio identical hormones that, thanks to TS Wiley we can prescribe in a rhythm that mimics nature.

In my opinion “static dosing” of BHRT is symptomatic relief, it is a convenient way to appease the patient by easing symptoms without addressing the root cause of her or his problem or lowering the risks of disease. Static dosing is, like so many other prescription drugs, a quick and easy way to make the patient go away, not to make the patient better. WP is good science and good medicine. It employs a scientifically based rationale to address this problem.

I explain to patients there are only four treatment options for menopause or andropause, do nothing and bear the brunt of the symptoms and increased risk of disease, use pharmaceuticals and increase your risk of some diseases, use static BHRT for symptomatic relief and ignore the risk, or use the Wiley Protocol to restore the normal growth and growth modulation pattern that supports health and function in cells and tissues. In my opinion the best and only rationale option is the Wiley Protocol. Although unproved, I think it is the best chance we have of reducing the risks of age associated diseases.

I offer my patients three choices because I will not prescribe PremPro: do nothing, use BHRT for symptomatic relief, or preserve health and prevent disease with WP. I think Wiley is the best methodology we can use and the only one in which we can have any confidence regarding the continued health of the patient.

Managing certain patients on WP is not easy. People practicing “poly pharmacy” (taking lots of pharmaceuticals) can be difficult to manage because of receptor interference and detoxification issues. Often people taking multiple drugs have not had their primary problems addressed; layering one drug on top of another to reduce symptoms. This reminds me of one of my most remarkable cases. A woman came to me just after reaching 50. She had the onset of peri menopause and migraines since reaching 45. She said migraines were common in her family and she expected to have them after menopause. She also had insomnia, depression and frequently felt fatigued. She was taking 5 prescription medicines but by far the most detrimental were the multiple doses of “triptan” medicines she took for her migraines. She was spending a fortune on migraine medicine; (0-1000 monthly on top of her insurance), taking 10 or more doses of these each week.

We know that when people take too many doses of migraine medicine they can develop rebound headaches. Her dose frequency could easily have been responsible for rebound headache but her symptoms were so severe it was hard for her to avoid taking them. She was often incapacitated with pain, blurred vision, arm numbness, weakness and the loss of her ability to speak. She was a headache cripple. She’d been peri menopausal for 5 years and was taking static doses of estradiol and progesterone using a skin patch and oral progesterone at bedtime.

I started her on Wiley Protocol with 2 additional lines of estradiol twice a day. I had her apply her doses 4 times a day the first month and three times thereafter. I asked her to limit her migraine medication to two a day and 4 a week the first month to reduce rebound. She had a couple of rough days but with our support she got through it.

During the second month she thought something was wrong because she went a week without a migraine. She was concerned that something “really bad” might happen. I told her that this is what getting better feels like. By the fourth month, with her receptor sensitivity re-established, she only used two doses of her migraine medicine. In time she weaned off two anti depressants and a medicine for sleep. She has been on WP for four years and has about 3 or 4 migraine headaches a year.

Another remarkable case involved a 63 year old man who came to me three years ago complaining of a “mood disorder”. He was restless, short tempered and cynical. A University based psychiatrist diagnosed him with agitated depression and put him on two psycho-tropic medicines and a non narcotic sleep medicine called Trazadone. He also had nocturia (night time awakening to urinate) in spite of taking a medicine to relax his bladder. He continued taking these drugs even after reporting not feeling any better or awakening any fewer times each night. He had lost his libido, had ED, and acted cranky and at times aggressive, felt restless, irritable and old. The man had access to the best physicians and counselors in town but had not received any relief.

After evaluating him I found he had low normal levels of all androgens including testosterone and DHEA. His other doctors hadn’t tested DHEA and told him he didn’t need hormones and that testosterone might make his bladder condition worse. I put him on the Wiley Protocol Testosterone and DHEA for Men. After one month his mood improved and after two his crankiness and grouchiness went away. His nocturia decreased from 3-4 times to 0-1 times a night and his patience was restored enabling him to do a better job of managing his personal and professional life. When I asked him what he felt had improved the most, he said, ‘I’m a better father’.

WP has helped me fulfill my mission of offering the best care possible and helping people as best I can. It is the centerpiece of my hormone replacement program.” Click here for more information on Dr. Renna.

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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.



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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