April 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.


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I am 71 yrs. old. I have been doing the Wiley Protocol for about three yrs. At the beginning of each month I have flu-like symptoms for about 5-6 days. Chills, low grade temperature, ears will ache a little, tiny bit of sore throat, loss of appetite, fatigue and sometimes nausea. I have Psoriasis on the bottom of my feet which I have managed to keep under control but they flare-up along with the other symptoms I've listed.

In 2008 I was diagnosed with breast cancer. It didn't show up on mammograms so good thing I was doing self exam. I had 2 separate mastectomies, reconstructive surgery using silicone implants. Within weeks of having implants I began to feel really bad. That’s when the Psoriasis developed on the bottom of my feet. I had severe chronic fatigue, nausea and loss of appetite. The Psoriasis was so bad I had to crawl on my hands and knees to the bathroom and felt bedridden for 1 1/2 yrs.

I kept going back thinking how great I felt and looked prior to implants so May 2011, I had the implants removed. I feel much better and people ask what I've done, as I look great and healthy as well?

What do you think could be causing these flu-like symptoms about the same time each month?

Don't get me wrong, I am much better since removing implants but I know I could feel better if I didn't have to deal with this each and every month. I recently went in to have my ovaries checked and to ask the doctor what she thought. No one has the slightest clue!

I have read of women in their 40's and 50's that also have flu-like symptoms each month and some miss two - three days of work because of this. Any suggestions would greatly be appreciated. At least I can walk to the bathroom and also back to walking two - three miles every morning like I used to do before the implants.




Long-Term Use of Estrogen Hormone Therapy Linked to Higher Risk for Breast Cancer
T.S. Wiley notes, "Once again these studies continue to be done on synthetic, statically dosed “drugs” with hormone like effects. Sadly, they are still fishing in the same pond. Now it appears that the longer women are on these, the higher the risks. Just like in 2002 when the WHI (Woman’s Health Initiative) was cancelled, both women and their doctors were made to feel afraid of the concept of “hormone replacement”, when their hormones were never “replaced” in the first place.”

In a landmark study, researchers have linked the long-term use of estrogen plus progesterone and estrogen-only hormone therapy with a higher risk for developing breast cancer.

"It's already been confirmed that patients shouldn't be undergoing estrogen plus progesterone hormone therapy (HT) for the long term," said Wendy Y. Chen, M.D., M.P.H., associate physician at Brigham and Women's Hospital and assistant professor in medicine at the Breast Cancer Oncology Center at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston, Mass. "What we found is that people should also be careful about longer-term use of estrogen-alone HT."

In previous studies, she said, researchers only evaluated risks associated with less than 10 years of HT use. Chen presented the findings at the AACR Annual Meeting 2012, held in Chicago March 31 -- April 4.

Using data from the Nurses' Health Study, the researchers evaluated follow-up data collected during 1980 through 2008 from postmenopausal female registered nurses who were aged 30 to 55 years old in 1976.... Read More




Scientists Discover Likely New Trigger for Epidemic of Metabolic Syndrome
UC Davis scientists have uncovered a key suspect in the destructive inflammation that underlies heart disease and diabetes. The new research shows elevated levels of a receptor present on leucocytes of the innate immune response in people at risk for these chronic diseases. The receptors are the body's first line of defense against infectious invaders, and they trigger a rush of cytokines, the body's aggressive immune soldiers, into the bloodstream.

The research, published in the journal Diabetes Care on Feb. 22, studied individuals diagnosed with metabolic syndrome -- a cluster of cardio-metabolic risk factors linked to many life-threatening diseases. Metabolic syndrome is found in about a third of American adults and people in other industrialized countries.

The syndrome is a high-risk obesity state as previously shown by diabetes expert Ishwarlal Jialal and his team at the UC Davis Medical Center. It increases the risk of developing diabetes at least five-fold and heart disease by two- to four-fold. Jialal, professor of pathology and laboratory medicine at UC Davis Health System, also led the new study.

The receptors, or sensors, on cells are called Toll-like receptors (TLRs), and the Nobel Prize was awarded last year for discoveries that showed they initiate the swift innate immune response to infections. But the inflammation they trigger can also be harmful. In mice it has been shown that two TLRs -- TLR2 AND TLR4 -- are important in the development of both diabetes and heart disease.... Read More




 
Bisphenol A (BPA) Could Affect Reproductive Capabilities, Cause Infection of the Uterus
Researchers at the University of Cincinnati have found evidence that, in addition to affecting the heart, brain and nervous system, bisphenol A (BPA), could affect a mammal's ability to reproduce by altering the structure of the uterus in ways that can progress to a potentially fatal infection.

These findings are published in March 9, 2012, advance online edition of the Journal of Reproductive Toxicology.

Infection and inflammation of the uterus, or pyometra, is most commonly seen in animals like dogs and cats but can also affect humans. It is a result of hormonal and structural changes in the uterus lining and can be deadly if left untreated.

BPA is an industrial chemical and environmental pollutant found in many hard plastic products.

"This condition can be caused by chronic exposure to estrogens; however, it is unknown whether estrogenic endocrine disruptors, like bisphenol A, can cause pyometra," says Scott Belcher, PhD, professor in the department of pharmacology and cell biophysics and principal investigator on the study. "We wanted to see if dietary exposures to BPA induced the condition in animal models of differing sensitivity to estrogens."

Researchers in this study exposed the models to different dietary doses of BPA in their food, ranging from four to more than 4,000 micrograms per kilogram of body weight per day, or 17á-ethinyl estradiol (EE), a semi-synthetic steroidal estrogen, in doses of one to greater than 150 micrograms per kilogram of body weight per day. A control group received no dose of BPA or EE ... Read More




nl_shift_work_teens_linked Have I Got Cancer or Haven’t I? Medical Staff Confuse Women With Ductal Carcinoma in Situ (DCIS)
We believe it is of upmost importance for the clinician to be highly educated, in their perception and diagnosis of DCIS, when communicating with their patients. The following article highlights the current confusion facing women today.

Women diagnosed with ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS) need clear communication and tailored support to enable them to understand this complex breast condition, which has divided the medical profession when it comes to its perception and prognosis. That is the key finding of a study published in the April issue of the Journal of Advanced Nursing.

Research carried out at the University of the West of England, Bristol, UK, looked at how 45 women felt when they were diagnosed with DCIS and how their experiences changed over time. It found that many of the women were very confused about whether or not they had cancer and that medical staff often added to this confusion by providing conflicting messages.

“DCIS is a non-invasive condition where the cancer cells are contained in the ducts of the breast” explains lead author Dr Fiona Kennedy, now a research fellow at Sheffield Hallam University. “It currently makes up 20 per cent of breast cancers detected by UK screening programmes.

“However, uncertainty surrounds whether it will progress into invasive breast cancer and this has created two factions in the medical profession. Some view DCIS as a carcinoma in situ, emphasising that the majority of cases have a high risk of progression and need treatment to reduce the incidence of invasive breast cancer. Others view DCIS as a pre-cancerous condition... Read More




Dense Breasts Can Nearly Double the Risk of Breast Cancer Recurrence
Women aged 50 and over with breasts that have a high percentage of dense tissue are at greater risk of their breast cancer recurring, according to Swedish research presented at the eighth European Breast Cancer Conference (EBCC-8) in Vienna on March 21.

Dr Louise Eriksson and her colleagues from the Karolinska Institutet (Stockholm, Sweden) found that women with denser breasts had nearly double the risk of their cancer recurring, either in the same breast or in the surrounding lymph nodes, than women with less dense breasts. They warn that doctors should take breast density into account when making decisions about treatment and follow-up for these women.

When a woman has a mammogram, the resulting scan gives an image of the breast that shows areas of white and black. The white areas represent the dense tissue, made up of the epithelium and stroma [1]. The black areas are made up of fatty tissue, which is not dense. The percentage density (PD) of the breast is calculated by dividing the dense area by the area of the whole breast (dense and non-dense tissue included).

Breast density varies from woman to woman, and it also decreases with age. Dr Eriksson explained: "Density can vary greatly, even between postmenopausal women. In the group of women I studied, those with the lowest percentage density had breasts that were less than one percent dense, whereas those with highest PD had 75-80% dense breasts. The mean average PD was 18%. However, density does decrease with age. Studies have shown a decrease by approximately two percent per year. The largest decrease is seen at menopause when PD decreases by approximately 10%." ... Read More




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WILEY PROVIDERS ARE TALKING

A Talk With T.S. Wiley and Dr. Julie Taguchi on Bioidentical Hormones (circa 2009 and updated by Dr. Taguchi 2012)

Interview with T S Wiley Part 1 By Dr Susan Padrad
(Parts 3 & 4 will be highlighted in the May Newsletter)



Interview with T S Wiley Part 2 By Dr Susan Padrad
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Hi welcome to Sustainable Health. My name is T.S. Wiley. We're going to find the experts and the people in control of your health and ask the hard inquiries. Dr. Taguchi is far more unique as an interview because of her cutting edge use of hormone in cancer patients after the standard of care treatment. Dr. Taguchi, welcome.

Dr. Taguchi:
Good morning T.S. thank you for having me on your program today.

T.S Wiley:
It is an exceptional occasion to be receiving an oncologist here on the program that is far more than prepared to share her insights about the part of hormone replacement or significantly, the bio-identical hormone replacement therapy. Share with us your knowledge and growth with regards to your practice as an oncologist.

Dr. Taguchi:
And for those who aren't aware, T.S. Wiley and I met because of a patient.

I had a patient called Dr. Anyway, he was an 89 year old man that had just moved from New Orleans to be with his two daughters; he was a doctor himself. He had every medical problem known to man. He was dealing with numbness of his legs and hands, his muscles became weak, his heart muscles too. He was diagnosed with transitional cell cancer of the urethra or the tube that travels between the kidney and bladder. He had been treated two times before I met him and supposedly was in remission... Read More

 
Interview with a Wiley Protocol Provider:
 
We asked Dr. Ching Chen, MD who practices in Capitola, CA how she found out about the Wiley Protocol and why she has chosen the Wiley Protocol for her patients, which she has been prescribing for over seven years. In addition she shared with us two of her most successful Wiley stories.

“In 2005 one of my patients who owned a local book store came to me with TS Wiley’s books and said, “I want this.” I proceeded to read her books and thought, I had never heard of a BHRT protocol with such high doses. Shortly after this I heard TS Wiley speak in San Francisco. I began calling her every few weeks to ask her how to manage symptoms that patients presented at different times of their cycles, and would always come away with an approach that felt like thinking outside the box. I had never met anyone who thought like she did. I was quite intrigued, but it was when she explained “rhythm” that I had an “aha” moment. It was all about the communication signals, and I then became one of the first doctors to regularly prescribe the Wiley Protocol. I helped my pharmacist, Rey Reyhani, of Lauden’s Pharmacy to hold a Wiley lecture for the local women, and then in 2006 he became the first and only Wiley registered pharmacy in the Santa Cruz, CA area.

Currently I work part-time practicing functional and regenerative medicine, and do not accept insurance. When it comes to HRT, I only prescribe bio-identicals hormones, and over the years I’ve maintained over 100 women on the protocol. The patients who come to me have already usually seen several physicians within their health insurance network, and feel increasingly stressed and frustrated that no one is listening to them.

I have a couple of great Wiley stories and have many other case studies on my website, www.balancedapproaches.com. One of my patients, an artist, came down with severe vertigo when she went into menopause that literally stopped her from working for over 2 years. She came to me prior to the Wiley Protocol and I had put her on an estrogen patch which actually triggered the vertigo within minutes. We used static dosing until I became familiar with the Wiley Protocol and recommended that she consider giving it a try. That was 7 years ago! At our visit last year, she told me that "this protocol has made all the difference in the world...I could not survive if someone took it away from me". She has had dramatic improvement in her vertigo attacks on the Wiley Protocol. She still experiences very minor dizziness periodically when she is stressed, eating excess sugars/junk food, and/or there is a barometric pressure change, but told me that it's not anywhere to the degree of what she experienced prior to starting the Wiley Protocol. She wishes to stay on the protocol indefinitely. In fact, she recently accidentally got off track with her protocol and used the wrong doses for several days, and noticed immediate flares of vertigo. They resolved just as suddenly, when she realized her dosing error and corrected it.

Another patient came to me at 44 years of age with severe migraines, heavy, erratic menstrual bleeds, severe low back pain due to a herniated disc in the lumbosacral region, and perimenopausal symptoms. She had already been experiencing night sweats since the age of 39, and over the past few years, also began to experience recurrent bladder infections, achy joints, hair loss, palpitations, and dry vagina. Her back pain was of great concern to her, especially given that she had already undergone a previous anterior cervical fusion at the age of 42 for a herniated disc in her neck due to a skiing accident. She was now in chronic pain due to her lower back herniated disc, despite taking multiple narcotic pain medications, along with muscle relaxants, anti-inflammatory medications, and a physical therapy program. In fact, her lower back pain was so pronounced that her neurosurgeon recommended surgery again.

It was clear to me that many of her symptoms were related to peri-menopausal hormone fluctuations and/or deficiency. I placed her on the Wiley Protocol. At her first follow-up appointment several months later, she stated that she had been doing much better. Her monthly menses were now normal and occurring on-time. Her night sweats, vaginal dryness, achy joints, and recurrent bladder infections had all resolved, and her palpitations were only occasional now. Her migraines were much improved, and she was only experiencing them during low estrogen and/or high progesterone days. Her low back pain had also improved so much that she was able to taper off all of her pain medications! After a few adjustments at her next follow-up visit, she also reported a follow-up appointment with her neurosurgeon, and relayed to me that he was "absolutely shocked that I was able to avoid surgery, and to be able to get off all of my pain medications!" Her migraine headaches were now occurring no more than once per month, as opposed to previously, when she was experiencing 7-10 headaches per month prior to her hormone program. She was back at work as a teacher, and planned to have a follow-up pelvic ultrasound within the next few months to monitor for stability of her fibroid tumors.

It’s my professional opinion that her situation demonstrates that peri-menopausal symptoms can begin fairly early in some women, even in their late 30's, and that synthetic birth control hormone manipulation methods (which she had started on) do not always work. In fact, they can exacerbate certain symptoms, such as headaches, depending on their estrogen to progestin ratios. Her previous migraines were likely related to estrogen deficiency and/or fluctuation, which, in turn, affect the levels of multiple other neurotransmitters in the brain generated during a migraine inflammatory complex. The dramatic improvement in her low back pain was likely related to improved hydration status in her discs, along with anti-inflammatory and neuroprotective effects of the estrogen, coupled to progesterone's ability to facilitate myelination of her nerves.

I look forward to something being published or a study being completed so we would have much more credibility in the medical world.”




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