The Wiley Protocol® Seminar

01.08.2010

Don’t miss out on your chance to become a Wiley Protocol Prescriber!

What: Two Days Back on Earth seminar by T.S. Wiley, creator of The Wiley Protocol®.

When: Saturday 4th — Sunday 5th September 2010

Where: Scienceworks, 2 Booker St, Spotswood, VIC 3015 and
Crowne Plaza, 1-5 Spencer Street, Melbourne, VIC 3005

Course description: The course will present approaches to such common problems as insomnia, menopause, osteoporosis, thyroid function, sexual dysfunction, cancer, GI problems, Type 2 diabetes, endocrine effects on HIV infection, as well as a broad spectrum of other clinical problems in endocrinology.

Attendees will also we taught how to prescribe The Wiley Protocol®. The Wiley Protocol® is a trademarked, patent pending hormone replacement therapy (HRT) delivery system. It consists of biomimetic hormones in a topical cream preparation – dosed to mimic the natural hormones produced by the body at 20 years-old. The creams and their amounts are designed to vary throughout the 28 day cycle just as youthful hormone levels naturally fluctuate. The Wiley Protocol® targets age 20 as a baseline because heart disease and stroke, Type II diabetes, cancer and Alzheimer’s disease are not usual concerns for a healthy young individual.

Key speakers:
• T.S Wiley (creator of The Wiley Protocol®)
• Dr Julie Taguchi (oncologist)
• Dr Courtney Ridley (gynaecologist)

Cost: $500 plus GST

Inclusions:
• Access to 2 full days of seminar sessions
• Lunch, morning and afternoon tea daily
• Pre-seminar study materials:

– Sex, Lies and Menopause, by T.S. Wiley
– Lights Out, by T.S. Wiley
– The Wiley Protocol “Clinical Practice Guidelines Manual”
– The Textbook, “A Review of Medical Physiology and endocrinology” by W.M. Ganong (An electronic copy of chapters 20, 22, 23 & the study guide)
– Academic paper, “Multiple Actions of Steroid Hormones
– A Focus on Rapid, Nongenomic Effects” (electronic copy)
– Academic paper, “Complex Actions of Sex Steroids in Adipose Tissue, the Cardiovascular System, and Brain: Insights from Basic Science and Clinical Studies” (electronic copy)
– Academic paper, “Nongenomic Actions of Steroid Horrnones in Reproductive Tissues” (electronic copy)
– Academic paper, “An Overlooked Connection: Serotonergic Mediation of Estrogen-Related Physiology and Pathology” (electronic copy)

“Two Days Back on Earth” — Curriculum & Program Schedule

The Natural History of Endocrinology – “Back to Basics”
Day 1: 4th September, 2010

Location: Planetarium

Introduction to Environmental Endocrinology
Songs of the Spheres – GCC Planetarium

The universal signals of photoperiod and electromagnetic fields have synchronic order on human hormonal response to the environment.

Location: Crowne Plaza (free bus transfer)

Rhythms of Desire
Eating, Sleeping and Mating, the consciousness interface between mind and environment is driven by endocrine pulsitility directed by environmental cues –

Video – Jelly Fish Depression and Panic – 3.5 min
Laws of Time Applied to Physiological and Psychological Homeostasis
The “three-template limit” on the female potential for continued existence in time-space matrix

Chronotopology of Reproduction, Pregnancy and Breastfeeding
Rhythm of genetic regulation on genesis, fluorescence and decay in soft tissue vs. nerve and skeletal tissue by steroid hormones

Temporal Distortions of Frequency Report
The dynamics of time and relativity prescribe endocrine rhythmicity, deterioration, and inevitable outcome

Gender Reversals, Ambiguity and Epigenetics
Stressors in modern life mimic population control templates and can portend cancer and sexual preference

Video – “Ghost in Your Genes” – 45 min
Phylogeny Recapitulates Ontology
Progesterone controls morphology and the relationship to apoptotic fetal oncogenes on the molecular level

Video – “Evolve -Teeth/Breast” 4.5  min
Cancer Case Studies – Patients on the Protocol–Oncologist, Dr. Julie Taguchi
Discussing recurrence rates in 91 patients, post diagnosis on the Wiley Protocol, Median 5yrs

Methodology for Fourth Dimensional Medicine – Predictive Modeling of Receptors “Adjusting and Individualizing the WP”
The Interrelatedness of Rhythmic Receptor Response to Individual Hormone Frequencies And Environmental Interference

All Topics will be presented by TS Wiley, unless otherwise specified.

The Tao of Hormones — Advances in Hormonal Disrhythmia Symptom Resolution
Day 2: 5th September, 2010

Location: Crowne Plaza

Pseudo-fertility and its Effects on the Mind, Brain, Bones, Heart and Breast Tissues – “WP Clinical Practice Guidelines Manual®”
The Wiley ProtocolÒ parameters and execution for new prescribers – Intake Info and First Trimester monitoring and lab values

Second and Third Messenger Non-Genomic Pathways of Steroid Hormone Action — Chess vs. Checkers, God is in the Molecules –

Video—“Twins” Nova Science Now – 13 min
Potential Side Effects of Rhythmic Replacement as Receptors Become Anticipatory-

Dr. Courtney Ridley
The Five Easy Pieces: Clinical Management of 20 Case-Based Problems, the Evaluation and Treatment

Prevention and Treatment of Long-Term Complications of Other

Endocrine Frequency Malfunctions – The New Wiley Protocols
Evaluation of Testosterone, Thyroid, Melatonin (Snooz), and Cortisol (Sparc)
Replacement within Reasonable Limits, Beyond Reasonable Doubt

Potential Thyroid Effects of Wiley Protocol – Dr Ching Chen
Difficult Case Studies

All Topics will be presented by TS Wiley, unless otherwise specified.

 

Two Days Back on Earth Course Description

This course will provide up to date information on environmental endocrinology to the physician that sees patients with clinical problems in endocrinology. The course will present approaches to such common problems as insomnia, menopause, osteoporosis, thyroid function, sexual dysfunction, cancer, GI problems, Type 2 diabetes, endocrine effects on HIV infection, as well as a broad spectrum of other clinical problems in endocrinology. The faculty has been carefully selected for their teaching ability, clinical expertise, availability and knowledge in the most recent advances. Each day is organised around one of the major topics to be covered: Natural Systems in Endocrinology and the potential for success in your practice with this new form of BHRT. A comprehensive syllabus is provided.

Learning Objectives of this course:
1. Explain the pathogenesis of Type 2 diabetes, especially the coexisting roles of insulin resistance and insulin secretion in relationship to cortisol.
2. Describe the evolving endocrine-driven cellular mechanisms associated with the progression of diabetes and its complications affecting ageing and menopause.
3. Implement strategies for the diagnosis and treatment of ageing and menopause.
4. Recognise the clinical manifestations of the complications of diabetes and sex hormone deficiency and describe appropriate therapeutic interventions.
5. Recognise the interrelationship between insulin resistance, aging and menopause in patients with multiple symptoms of aging and the diseases of civilisation.
6. Compare the mechanisms of actions of the various pharmacologic agents for the treatment of diabetes, their risks and benefits, and their proper role in the management of this disease.
7. Identify evolving and emerging management strategies for aging and frank menopause utilising the principles of Environmental Endocrinology.
8. Describe the approach to managing potential BHRT therapies in cancer patients and women of all ages with general menopausal symptoms.
9. Identify unique management issues among special sub-populations of patients with other endocrine disorders.
10. Discuss the impact of unaddressed menopause on the healthcare system and the quality of life for woman and their families.