When you use the T3 in sustained release form, the WT3 protocol works much better, with fewer side effects. Sustained release T3 is compounded by pharmacists. The pharmacy you choose can affect the treatment’s efficacy since not all pharmacists have the same knowledge, experience, equipment, or skill.
Dr. Wilson started recommending the compounding pharmacists at Medaus Pharmacy (800-526-9183) since the early days of Wilson’s Temperature Syndrome , over 16 years ago.
- Medaus accepts over 200 insurance plans. They have 100% guaranteed quality, good prices, and on-time delivery.
- Their vast experience and familiarity with Wilson’s Temperature Syndrome and its treatment is extremely helpful in facilitating the protocol for doctors and patients.
- Brand new state-of-the-art equipment for reliably compounding the T3 medicine used in the WT3 protocol.
- Medaus also helps sponsor seminars and exhibits for doctors on the treatment of Wilson’s Temperature Syndrome.
Dr. Wilson has visited the CompPharm Pharmacy in Parys, South Africa personally and highly recommends them:
- Comp Pharm Pharmacy; The Square, 24 Buiten Street, Parys, 9585; (+2756) 811 3277. They have state-of-the-art equipment for reliably compounding the T3 and they support conferences for doctors on the treatment of WTS.
- Gail’s Apothecary and Compounding Pharmacy in Alberta, Canada. (403) 329-4121
- Kripp’s Pharmacy in British Columbia, Canada. (604) 687-2564