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Gail’s Comments 2

“If the protocol is not followed exactly, then the patient has no right to claim that the protocol failed” – Gail

Issues covered in the account below:

  • Treatment
  • Migraines

…From the information here… from the Books, and from other places on the Web, I have read that people who follow the Protocol BY THE BOOK with no variations have an extremely high rate of improved quality of life. If the Protocol is not followed exactly, then the patient has no right to claim that the Protocol failed. It is the variant approach that failed, not the Protocol. Also, please remember that this Protocol is classified a “therapeutic trial”. It is not a standard, traditional medicine approach to thyroid dysfunction. And again, by definition of “therapeutic trial”, the Protocol must be followed exactly.

…many stories of people who have encountered doctors who claim to treat Wilson’s Temperature Syndrome, but are not following the Protocol. There are many doctors out there who think they can improve on the wheel. I have no doubt that some of their patients get well. But if the people who chose to participate … are any indication, most of these variations fail in both the short and long term.

One final thought, the Protocol is NOT a cure. It is a treatment. Nowhere in the literature does it state that once you complete the Protocol you will never need treatment for thyroid problems again. As a matter of fact, the Doctor’s Manual states that when exposed to stress in the future, you may need a brief repeat of the Protocol. There is one example that sticks in my memory of a woman who routinely use small dosages of compounded T3 when doing presentations at work. Another example states that the woman remained on a very low dosage of T3 after having completed the Protocol. These are examples of patients who succeeded in rebalancing/resetting the function of their thyroid, but found it necessary to supplement nature even after completing the Protocol.

For me, personally, the Protocol has given me a new lease on life. If the results turn out to be short-lived, I don’t care. The benefits to my current quality of life are priceless. You have nothing to lose and much to gain by trying the Protocol BY THE BOOK.

Healthy futures for all of us!


… I have a history of migraines. Since starting the Wilson’s Temperature Syndrome Protocol in January, I have seen a marked reduction in the frequency and intensity of them.


About the Author:

Denis Wilson, MD described Wilson 's Temperature Syndrome in 1988 after observing people with symptoms of low thyroid and low body temperature, yet who had normal blood tests. He found that by normalizing their temperatures with T3 (without T4) their symptoms often remained improved even after the treatment was discontinued. He was the first doctor to use sustained-release T3.

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