January 2013, Newsletter
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Our mission in this newsletter is to inform everyone on the Wiley Protocol about issues and concerns pertaining to our collective future!


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Rethinking Type II Diabetes
There are 18 million diabetics in the United States. For years, the investigation into Type II diabetes focused on how the body loses the ability to produce enough insulin, yet a new study has sparked an intriguing theory. Rather than push these cells to produce more insulin, doctors should focus on relieving stress on cells.

The body can become resistant to insulin, the beta cells of the pancreas, which produce insulin, must work harder to compensate – eventually they lose the ability to keep up. According to Alan Saltiel, director of the Life Sciences Institute at the University of Michigan, “we used to say that they beta cells poop out.”

This new theory, put forth by researchers at Columbia University found a surprising alternative. “In mice with Type II diabetes, the researchers showed that beta cells that had lost function were not dead at all. Most remained alive, but in a changed form. They reverted to an earlier developmental, ‘progenitor’, state.” (http://ow.ly/elvIY). According to Dr. Domenico Accili, director of the Columbia Universtiy Diabetes and Endocrinology Research Center and who led the new work, the cells are “stepping back in time to a point where they look like the might have looked during their development.”...
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What is Reprogramming?
It is yet another exciting year in science. This year’s Nobel Prize in Medicine has been awarded to two scientists who have discovered that “cells in our body have the remarkable ability to reinvent themselves.” The process called reprogramming finds that every cell in the human body, from our skin and bones to our heart and brain, can be coaxed into forming any other cell.

Some forty years ago, John Gurdon of the Gurdon Institute in Cambridge, England proved that a cell from a frog’s stomach contained the entire blueprint to make a whole new frog. This method was used to clone a variety of animals, most famously, Dolly the sheep. Yet one obstacle has stood in the way of further development, could a cell reprogram itself all on its own, without the use of an embryo? (http://ow.ly/elzt2)

In 2006, Shinya Yamanaka and graduate student, Kazutoshi Takahashi found the answer: Any cell could be reset and manipulated into another cell type. They even found that it took little effort to get the job done. Discovering that the skin of a mouse switched on four specific genes, in just a few weeks time, stopped looking like skin cells and started looking more like embryonic stem cells, sent shockwaves through the industry... ... Read More





Preventing Pertussis?
At a record speed, Whooping Cough, or pertussis, is spreading across Vermont this year, with 310 cases confirmed so far, according to VTDigger.org. Author Andrew Stein writes, “Officials at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, say the best way to prevent pertussis is to get vaccinated, yet data from the Vermont Department of Health suggests that going through the pertussis vaccination regimen is not a sure-fire way to ward off the highly contagious disease.” Between the ages of six-months and eighteen years, 178 confirmed cases of pertusis were recorded as of August 10th in Vermont. “Nintey-percent, or 160 children – had received at least one dose of the vaccination, while the majority received five or six doses.” (Only one child received one or two doses, while 74 and 68 received five and six doses, respectively).

Tha vaccine, known as DTaP is losing its effectiveness according to the New England Journal of Medicine. “The study compared 277 children, ages 4-12, and found that a child’s odds of contracting pertussis increased 42 percent every year after the fifth dose.

According to patsy Kelso, a DOH epidemiologist, “The current thinking is that the pertussis vaccination is just not as effective as we’d like it to be,” she said. “Even if you’re vaccinated, it’s efficacy wanes after a few years. Although no vaccine is perfect, this vaccine is less good than we’d like.”... Read More




Doing Less, Does More
There is a lot of talk out there around early detection of breast cancer and unnecessary mammogram screenings, and now new studies have found that up to 50 percent of women with early stage breast cancer can forego traditional chemotherapy for a less toxic alternative, targeted drug therapy.

From the perspective of breast cancer specialists at Seattle Cancer Care Alliance (SCCA), a specialty, adademic-based treatment center, doing less does more when it comes to treating early-stage breast cancer. According to Julie Gralow, M.D., director of breast medical oncology at SCCA, “80 percent of early-stage breast cancer is estrogen-receptor positive. This means that the cancer cells need estrogen to grow.

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Women with this type of breast cancer respond well to hormonal therapy that reduces or blocks the production or effects of estrogen.... Read More







Testimonial:
42 Year Old Breast Cancer Survivor

“I am a 42 year old breast cancner survior, and I have been struggling with hormonal imbalance and weight issues since completing chemotherapy and to top it all off a hysterectomy over a year ago. I have been searching for a solution other than pharmaceuticals to just feel healthy and alive again after many years of suffering. I have been seeing Dr. Bloem for about a month and I have never felt better. I wish I had met Dr. Bloem five years ago.”

Women who are diagnosed with breast cancer often feel like they are stuck between a rock and hard place. Even though there is no evidence that there is any relationship between bio-identical hormone replacement therapy and the development of any kind of cancer, many doctors believe that hormones should be avoided if a patient has been diagnosed with cancer.

Although conventional cancer specialists routinely recommend surgically removing the tumor, infusing the body with toxic chemicals, and therapies that have anti-hormonal effects, increasing numbers of patients have started to question these treatment strategies. On the one hand we know that patients have survived such therapies, but we also know that many have suffered severe adverse reactions, including death. Many who undergo and survive such therapies experience symptoms of hormone deficiency, causing a dramatically reduced quality of life.

That is why women like this patient choose bio-identical hormonal replacement therapy. This woman is on the Wiley Protocol, a rhythmically dosed, bio-identical hormone replacement regimen. The results are often life changing, causing symptoms such as depression, dry skin, hair loss, and low libido to improve significantly or to resolve completely.

Women do not need pink ribbons – they need relief from their suffering.




Spotlight on a Pharmacy
This month we had the pleasure of interviewing Anthony Westmoreland, RPh of Westermoreland Pharmacy & Compounding in New Albany, IN.

Q: Anthony, can you speak to the Menigistis ‘disaster’?

A: The latest tragedy involving the Fungal Meningitis outbreak and the New England Compounding Pharmacy is a stark reminder that we must always maintain the “triad” of Pharmacy-Patient-Physician. When a compounder starts producing thousands of doses of a compound and ships directly out to the physician, then the triad becomes strained. Not only that but when a pharmacy starts producing the volume of compounds (sometimes over 10,000) then they are not just compounding. They are manufacturing. Compounding pharmacists should never manufacture products, but instead, individually produces prescriptions tailored to an individual. The Wiley Protocol is a perfect example of the patient, physician and pharmacy working together to get the right prescription for the individual..

Q: Is there anything new or exciting happening at the Westmoreland Pharmacy?

A: Our pharmacy has enjoyed success with traditional and compounding pharmacy. So much so that we are opening a second location in the neighboring town of Jeffersonville, IN. Our hope is to spread the word about the positives outcomes than can be obtained using compounding and therapies such as the Wiley Protocol.

Congratulations, Anthony!




New Product:
Introducing Wiley Basic Elements: The New Naturals

“As part of my on-going goal of standardized compounding, I am pleased to announce the completion of a long research and development project culminating in the launch of Wiley Basic Elements. I analyzed this BHRT base cream with the scientific development team at Humco Compounding. Humco is a recognized leader in the compounding pharmacy world, known for high quality products, strong customer service, and most importantly to me, a cGMP compliant, FDA licensed manufacturing facility. With a history of quality and expertise in compounding and product development, along with their strong commitment to pharmacy, Humco has been chosen by me to be the best partner I could find to further standardize and bring a level of new purity to the Wiley Protocols. I am pleased to work with them on your behalf.?I believe it is vital for The Wiley Protocols to utilize a base cream carrier formulated to standards of purity that I have personally tested and approved for use in the Protocols and your other products. For this reason, beginning October 15, 2012, utilization of Wiley Basic Elements BHRT Base is a contractual requirement for Wiley-Registered Pharmacies.” –T.S.
Link: http://www.humco.com/professionals/wiley-bhrt/




Upcoming Seminar
We are pleased to announce the next seminar with T.S. Wiley at the Cypress Hotel in Cupertino, California!Dates: January 26-27 (Saturday and Sunday)
Times: 8am-6pm both days
Location: Cupertino,California
Hotel: The Cypess Hotel,10050 S. DeAnza Blvd.Cupertino, CA. 95014, 1-408-253-8900 (There is a roomblock at a discounted rate of 9 a night set aside for all Wiley Seminar attendees, so let them know you are with our group when making a reservation)
Airports: San Francisco Airport or San Jose Airport Transportation: There is an airport shuttle from the San Jose Airport to the hotel Food: All day coffee service as well as catered breakfast and lunch both days

Doctors take note; the seminar is certified for continuation credits (17 CME Credits).

For more information and to register, please e-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or call (800) 929-WILEY . We hope to see you there!

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Feminist medicine precludes that healthy women pay homage to their biology. The rights of women to reproduce in a timely fashion and take as long as they need to care for that infant and young child is the basic right of being female. The welfare of children and offspring rests solely in our laps. This is why the conversation on women's health in the political spectrum needs to move beyond the conversations that are currently taking place." -T.S.
 
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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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