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Wilson's Thyroid Syndrome: A Reversible Thyroid Problem Paperback – September 1, 2001


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Product Details

  • Paperback: 300 pages
  • Publisher: Cornerstone Pub Co; 4th edition (September 1, 2001)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0970851006
  • ISBN-13: 978-0970851000
  • Product Dimensions: 0.8 x 5.5 x 8.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 13.6 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #441,012 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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90 to 100% of patients I treat for Wilson's Thyroid 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 Nesbitt, ND; Billings, MT

I have found that there are patients with Wilson's Thyroid Syndrome everywhere. I have found them in my own family practice that I was not previously aware of. I have known for many years that there was a patient with all the symptoms of hypothyroidism with normal blood tests. I could never explain it until Dr. Wilson's wonderful discovery. It now makes so much sense to me. -- -Dr. Charles Resseger, DO ; Norwalk, OH

I see at least 50% symptom resolution in the patients I treat with T3. -- Dr. Sandra Denton, MD; Anchorage, AK

About the Author

Dr. E. Denis Wilson, MD graduated from the University of South Florida College of Medicine in 1985, and then trained in Family Practice. He first became interested in sub-clinical hypothyroidism upon reading Dr. Barnes' book on the subject in late 1988. He immediately began concentrating on thyroid hormone replacement therapy. Word spread and before long he was seeing more than 30 patients a day for thyroid, some days with 10 new patients. He soon developed a new paradigm for thyroid treatment. He was the first doctor to conceive of and implement "Sustained release T3" in the treatment of patients. With the T3 therapy protocol he developed, patients' symptoms often remain improved even after the treatment has been discontinued. The treatment often lasts just a matter of months.

By 1991 Dr. Wilson had written the book, "Wilson's Syndrome - - The Miracle of Feeling Well". He's also written the highly recommended "Doctor's Manual for Wilson's Syndrome" which describes the treatment protocol in full detail. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

Customer Reviews

3.8 out of 5 stars

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86 of 86 people found the following review helpful By Nikki on November 9, 2000
Format: Paperback
Dr Wilson's book and a Doctor that listened to me gave me back my life. About 4 years ago I sold my business because I was to sick to continue. I decided I needed to go on a seach to find out what was wrong with me. My health was at the point that I thought I was dying and all the doctors I went to couldn't figure out what was causing my problems. I even thought maybe I was going crazy it must all me in my mind. I was doing all the right things resting, taking time for me to heal and recoup, eating right, taking vitamins and I just kept getting worse. I was exhausted had mood swings, depression, anxiety and panic attacks where I was afraid to leave my house. Nightmare, headaches. Just to name a few of the things I was plegded with. I then found Doctors Wilsons web site and read all I could. Sent for his books and headed for my Doctors, saying I think I found what is wrong with me. She and I went on a learning journey together. I began Dr Wilson methods and about 6 months later was on the road to a life that I had forgotten about. It took a while to get healthly, but it did happen. I continue to do great and hope that everyone that hears about Wilson's Syndrome will give it a try and fine the life out there that is theres to enjoy. ... . ... . Good Luck
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58 of 59 people found the following review helpful By Dr Tedde M. Rinker on April 5, 2005
Format: Paperback
As a physician who has treated various types of thyroid disorders for many years, I have found that I have not been satisfied that many of my patients did not feel well, and did not have a real or complete improvement in their metabolic rate or hypothyroid symptoms, even when I had gotten their lab tests into the "normal" range. I read some more and tried other treatments. I added some Cytomel (short acting T3) and sometimes Armour thyroid which has both T4 and T3. I would get varied results, but not complete recovery. NEVER did any of my patients become able to say that their temperatures were on the average consistently around 98.6 and that they were able to stop the thyroid medication and be symptom free. When HUNDREDS of Dr. Wilson's patients were saying this, patients with what we physicians would call 3rd degree hypothyroid symptoms....that they became 100% symptom free and were able to stop taking thyroid medication..in fact MOST of Dr. Wilson's patients were able to say that, I felt that possibly this doctor had discovered something about thyroid function that was not in our textbooks of Physiology and Endocrinology. I took his course for physicians last year, and realized that anyone judging this treatment from "outside the box" has no idea what they are saying. Most critics, such as Dr. Weil, have not even read the book, nor taken the course. This treatment is a complete paradigm shift in the understanding of underfunctioning thyroid, and in the very effective resolution of the problem. The treatment is quite complex and requires close medical supervision and a lot of patient support, and a thorough understanding of what you are trying to accomplish in improving thyroid receptor function. But amazingly, it works!Read more ›
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92 of 99 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on September 20, 1998
Format: Paperback
Dr. Wilson explains how DTSF/decreased thyroid system function can cause numerous debilitating symptoms, strikingly similar to Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, and not show up on routine blood tests. He explains how treatment with the active hormone T3 using his protocol has provided therapy to many patients. Case studies and discussion of symptoms are provided.
A Doctor's manual is also available which provides complete detail for treating Wilson's Syndrome.
This book could be an answer to prayer for a multitude of people and combined with the Doctor's manual gets 5 stars.
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Critical Chick on November 10, 2005
Format: Paperback
I would read the prior review asserting that Dr. Wilson is a "quack" with a hefty dose of skepticism. The two Web sites given are incomplete as to information.

The "quack" Web site this reviewer refers to has been somewhat helpful to me for referrals to other information on other diseases, but it seems rather lost in its own prejudices. It overreaches many times, stating things that medical science itself does not yet know. The criteria for what is right to these reviewers seems to be the narrowest possible interpretation.

The ATA Web site would probably give the same position statement that Dr. Wilson cites on the Wilson's Syndrome Web site, which is well worth a visit if rather clumsily organized. Dr. Wilson responds to all of the ATA's concerns. The most troubling point is that there are no long-term studies on Wilson's Syndrome, and the evidence is as yet anecdotal. But why are there no long-term studies? Who gave up the investigation, if not the ATA? They do us all a disservice, and to my mind commit a crime against public health by telling us not to bother with this. I, for one, have suffered enough from this professional arrogance and am hopping mad! If your doctor laughs at you, I have a few (unprintable) words for him/her.

Anecdotal evidence is adequate in this case, because the risks and benefits of the recommended treatment are given up front. If the treatment doesn't work, you are welcome to conclude that the diagnosis was wrong. If it does, rejoice and tell the smarty-pants know-it-alls out there to mind their own business and stop telling you where you can't go for healing.

Interestingly, the ATA criticizes Dr. Wilson for the preposterous idea that there can be one cause for everything from asthma to aches and pains.
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