Jonathan V. Wright

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To maximize the safety and efficacy of human hormone replacement therapy, it is suggested that exact molecular copies of human hormones ("bio-identical" hormones) be administered in physiologic quantities and proportions, following physiologic timing and routes of administration. It is also suggested that physicians return to the practice of monitoring(More)
The comparative absorption of zinc after oral administration of three different complexed forms was studied in 15 healthy human volunteers in a double-blind four-period crossover trial. The individuals were randomly divided into four groups. Each group rotated for four week periods through a random sequence of oral supplementation including: zinc(More)
Little to no data exists in the literature for serum estriol values in non-pregnant, premenopausal women. The current medical community opinion holds that estriol has no significant role in non-pregnant women relative to the other estrogens. It is a possibility that estriol's primary function has yet to be discovered. Accordingly, the first step is to(More)
Studies suggest that when the lower-potency estrogen, estriol, is administered topically, it does not increase the risk of hormone-dependent cancers of the breast or endometrium (uterine lining).1-3 However, having weaker estrogenic effects does not mean that estriol has none of the benefits that come with more potent estrogens. Studies suggest that estriol(More)
UNLABELLED In this 12-week study with 29 subjects, the effect of Prokarin (n=22), a proprietary blend of histamine and caffeine, was compared to placebo group (n=7) for the following outcomes: 1) fatigue as measured by the Modified Fatigue Impact Scale (MFIS); 2) lower limb function as measured by timed walk test; 3) upper limb function as measured by the(More)
This paper is the companion to an earlier publication, which discussed preliminary results of transdermal histamine use for ameliorating symptoms of both relapsing-remitting and progressive multiple sclerosis (MS). Here we include preliminary findings on the impairments of digestion and assimilation in MS patients seen in a private clinic. Although only a(More)
BACKGROUND There is a lack of consensus about the safety of estrogen replacement therapy, especially with regard to its impact on a woman's risk for breast cancer. Elevated urinary or serum estrone and estradiol concentrations in postmenopausal women are associated with a moderately elevated risk of breast cancer. METHODS Twenty-four-hour urinary steroid(More)
The impact of the synthetic glucocorticoid prednjsone on adrenal steroid hormone production was examined using 24-hour urinary steroid hormone profiling. Five women, who were chronically taking low-dose prednisone, were tested, and the relevant literature was reviewed. As expected, adrenal glucocorticoid production, measured by urinary terminal cortisol and(More)
Histamine has a long history of therapeutic use in many diseases, including multiple sclerosis (MS). Recently, transdermal histamine has been successfully employed for the amelioration of symptoms of both relapsing-remitting and progressive multiple sclerosis. This paper summarizes preliminary experiences with transdermal histamine for MS at the Tahoma(More)