Over the last 8 years,
since the first person came to me asking for assistance in working
through this protocol, I have been repeatedly impressed that this
therapy worked where multiple other attempts, from anti-depressants
to standard thyroid replacement therapy, have not. The strongest
rationale for doing this can be found in these points:
- It is simple.
This is not a complex process. It takes a little time to educate
the patient in the process of tapering up, identifying the plateau
dose, self-monitoring, and then tapering back off. The rest is
logical and intuitive.
- It is safe.
We are using a hormone identical to active human T
3. The dosages
are well within a safe range and can be monitored easily.
- It is inexpensive.
A full course of treatment, a single 6 - 7 week cycle, costs only
about $100. This is far below the cost of therapy for most other
- If it doesn't
work, little is lost
. . . AND, it might reveal the next step to be taken.
I have seen some 500+
patients, all self-referred, for this condition in the last 8 years.
The strongest testimony to the efficacy of this treatment is that
I have never advertised or promoted this, patients have found their
way to my office solely based on the recommendations of others that
have been treated successfully. Once the stream of patients began,
it has never stopped. Around 85 to 90% of the patients that I treat
for Wilson's Temperature Syndrome respond to the treatment, to some
degree. Of those about 50 percent seem to recover fully with only
one cycle of T
3 therapy and are able to wean off and be done. Of
the other 50 percent about half respond temporarily, but the symptoms
recur rapidly, apparently because of the continued personal stress
or lifestyle instability. For the remainder of those who respond,
we find that for some the response is only a partial response and
reveals that there is something else involved (ie yeast overgrowth,
etc.) for which the Wilson's Temperature Syndrome is actually an adaptive
response. By eliminating the WTS component, the underlying problem
is more evident, leading to further investigation.
Dr. Stephen L. Leighton, MD
I was first introduced
to Wilson's Temperature Syndrome approximately 7-8 years ago by a patient
who had a number of problems and who reads profusely. She piqued
my interest and I began researching. I read the Doctor's Manual
and have probably at this point in time, treated well over 500 patients
with amazingly good results.
Dr. Charles Resseger, DO
I was attracted to investigate
Wilson's Temperature Syndrome and therapy with time release T
of the stories a trusted colleague in Colorado Springs kept telling
me. He even suggested it might be beneficial in treating my own
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. Because of classic hypothyroid symptoms,
I had had numerous thyroid tests performed, all of which had been
"normal." When indeed it was a crucial key in my own recovery, I
started using it with my patients. Now 8 1/2 years later it is an
integral part of my practice. Patients come to me by word-of-mouth
from satisfied patients. After reading the book or logging onto
the Wilson's Temperature Syndrome web site, they are eager to get started
on "something that seems to be the first thing that makes sense
in a long time." I'm often able to discontinue the therapy using
the time release form of T
3. In my opinion, the major advantage
of Wilson's Temperature Syndrome [over T
4 combination therapy] is
to " reset" the system to work on its own instead of taking over
the work of the thyroid gland and having to take medication the
rest of your life.
Dr. Sandra Denton, MD
"90 to 100% percent of
patients I treat for Wilson's Temperature Syndrome improve. When there aren't
a lot of complicating factors patients are amazed because it's wonderful.
It just explains 17 years of misery."
Dr. Ian Nesbit, ND
Dr. Wilson's work is
a big part of what I do every day .
Dr. Ron Hunninghake, MD
3 therapy for Wilson's Temperature Syndrome is wonderful. I'm really enjoying it. I can say from my
own experience, from just using it, it's wonderful. It makes you
see changes in people's lives. It's beautiful.
Dr. Steven Ayre, MD
Burr Ridge, IL