SOURCE: Wiley Systems, Inc.

Wiley Systems, Inc.

October 12, 2009 21:01 ET

T.S. Wiley to Lecture at 2nd Annual European Congress on Anti-Aging & Aesthetic Medicine (ECAAAM) in Mainz, Near Frankfurt, Germany

Among International Experts Presenting the Latest Advances in Anti-Aging Medicine, T.S. Wiley Will Give Two Lectures: "Predictive Modeling of Steroid Receptor Response" and "The Rhythm of Desire"; Rhythmic Dosing in the Treatment of Male Hormone Deficiency

SANTA BARBARA, CA--(Marketwire - October 12, 2009) - Wiley Systems™, Inc. announces that internationally acclaimed Author T.S. Wiley will be lecturing at the second annual European Congress on Anti-Aging & Aesthetic Medicine (ECAAAM) at the Congress Centre, Mainz, near Frankfurt, October 15-17, 2009. Wiley will give two lectures among other international experts presenting the latest advances in anti-aging medicine. Wiley's topics include, "Predictive Modeling of Steroid Receptor Response," on Thursday, October 15 from 13:30-14:15, and "The Rhythm of Desire," focusing on rhythmic dosing in the treatment of male hormone deficiency on Friday, October 16 from 17:00-17:45 -- both in the Zagreb room.

Mainz has strong ties with the medical community, with a large medical student population and a University hospital with more than 50 specialized departments. This year's conference is in partnership with the European Society of Anti-Aging Medicine (ESAAM), the World Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine (WAAAM), and the American Academy of Anti-Aging (A4M).

"Men are remarkable, volatile creatures designed to live fast and die hard, and their testosterone can spike as much as 70 points in serum when they watch sports, a fight or see a pretty woman," said Wiley. "They're up...they're down, moment to moment, event to event. So, how could chronically, statically dosing their hormone replacement ever be able to restore them to that glory?" Once more Wiley goes where no regimen for replacing men's hormones has gone before... to rhythmic, youthful physiologic dosing of testosterone and DHEA for men.

Wiley continues, "A rhythmic dosing protocol for men can restore lust and love, risk-taking, sleep and muscle mass to fight depression and the inevitability of man breasts and snoring."

Her lecture reviews the results from research focusing on these objectives:

--  Learn why men must have hormone replacement to fight cancer
--  Review 150 years of research concluding that testosterone controls,
    not causes prostate cancer
--  Examine why the rhythm matters in men as well as women
--  Find out how to rhythmically dose Testosterone in conjunction with
    DHEA safely
--  Acquire the skills to recognize attendant thyroid, HGH and melatonin
    deficiencies as well as insipient Type II diabetes in aging men
    

T.S. Wiley is the developer of The Wiley Protocol® rhythmic, compounded bioidentical hormones, and has pioneered the standardization of the patent pending Wiley Protocol formulations using unique, standardized compounding procedures and color coded packaging, available to physicians and patients at recommended retail prices. The company's biomimetic hormone protocols must be formulated by a trained and registered compounding pharmacist.

Wiley Systems, Inc. distributes the following biomimetic dosing schedules: The Wiley Protocol™ for Women; Wiley Protocol for Men™, biomimetic DHEA and testosterone restoration; Wiley Protocol Thyroid™ for Women, biomimetic thyroid hormone restoration; Wiley Protocol Testosterone™ for Women, biomimetic testosterone restoration; and Wiley Protocol Face Crème™, which promotes a more youthful appearance by filling in fine lines with the body's own adiposities.

To learn more online, visit www.thewileyprotocol.com or go to the Bioidenticals Network on YouTube where you may watch and listen to patients and doctors talk about their experiences with the Wiley Protocol.

T.S. Wiley is a medical theorist in environmental endocrinology and Darwinian medicine, and has residences in both Santa Fe, New Mexico and Santa Barbara, California. She is a noted writer, researcher and lecturer on the effects of hormones, particularly in menopausal women as well as an accepted expert in chronobiology and circadian rhythmicity. Wiley's environmental endocrinology seminars, "Two Days Back on Earth" in Glendale, California are attended by physicians from around the world.

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