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Announcement :: Social Welfare
The Problem of Fibromyalgia is Solved:
19 Aug 2005
The Problem of Fibromyalgia is Solved:
*News Item: Update from Metabolic Health Ctr.


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(2) The Problem of Fibromyalgia is Solved: Dr. Lowe
to Announce at Endocrinology Symposium
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On Saturday, August 20, 2005, Dr. John C. Lowe will speak at the Functional Endocrinology Symposium in Sugarland, Texas. The Symposium is sponsored by the Professional Compounding Centers of America (PCCA). Speakers will cover topics concerning cortisol, insulin, and thyroid hormone.

In his presentation, Dr. Lowe will echo Peter Warmingham's 2002 astute announcement[1] that the problem of fibromyalgia has been solved. This conclusion is now backed by the results of Dr. Lowe's recent study showing that the metabolic rates of fibromyalgia patients are abnormally low.

According to Dr. Lowe, "Most fibromyalgia researchers are unaware that the problem has been solved. The main reason is that they lack an understanding of the advanced stage of science called the theoretical deductive phase. It is the deductive logic of this phase that makes clear to us what fibromyalgia actually is. The researchers' lack of understanding of this phase of science renders their continuing work misdirected, wasteful, and an obstacle to millions of fibromyalgia patients recovering. When doctors, researchers, and patients come to understand that we now know what causes fibromyalgia, word will spread so that patients worldwide can undergo treatment to recover."

Dr. Lowe will show briefly at the symposium how theoretical deductive science works. He will then describe how it tells us that fibromyalgia is a state of hypometabolism caused mainly by too little thyroid hormone regulation.

Other well-known speakers at the symposium will be Dr. James Wilson, author of Adrenal Fatigue; Dr. David Brownstein, author of Overcoming Thyroid Disorders; and Dr. John Lee, an Australian physician who is researching T3 therapy, body temperature, and resting metabolic rates. The symposium is open only to pharmacists and physicians.



NEWS from the
CENTER for METABOLIC HEALTH, LLC
Dr. John C. Lowe & Dr. Gina Honeyman-Lowe
July 4, 2005 www.drlowe.com
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This newsletter is available in a more readable format at:
http://www.drlowe.com/emailnewsletter/2005archive2.htm
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2. The Problem of Fibromyalgia is Solved: Dr. Lowe
to Announce at Endocrinology Symposium

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(1) Dr. Nicholas Calvino: August 7, 1973-July 19, 2005
by Dr. John C. Lowe
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Continuing pharmacy and medical education credits will apply. The website of PCCA is www.pccarx.com.

Sponsored by,
Dr. John C. Lowe
Dr. Gina Honeyman-Lowe
Center for Metabolic Health
1007 Pearl Street, Suite 280, Boulder, CO 80302 USA
Tel (303) 413-9100 Fax (303) 938-1265
www.drlowe.com MetabolicHealth (at) aol.com

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