The She-Profile© is composed of the following tests:
DHEA-S is the "adrenal anti stress, pro immunity, longevity hormone", according to Dr. Schandl. The immune system is impaired without adequate amounts of this hormone. Most, if not all cancer patients and those in the process of developing cancer have very low or no DHEA in their blood.
IGF-1 (Somatomedin-C) is the human growth hormone responsible for bone growth, youth, strength, and vigor.
BR MR CA 15-3 Breast tumor marker. Assay value, regardless of level, should not be interpreted as absolute evidence for the presence or absence of malignant disease. The CA 15-3 assay value should be used in conjunction with information available from clinical evaluation and diagnostic procedure.
CA-125 Ovary tumor marker. Is not entirely specific for tumors of the ovary. In some cases it will be moderately elevated in benign ovarian tumors as well.
Used for monitoring disease progression in nonmucinous epithelial neoplasms of the ovary. Currently some physicians are recommending this cancer marker for screening of ovarian cancers.
Estradiol - The chief female reproductive hormone. Estradiol's presence may play a major role in the development of prostatic cancer. Therefore, it is essential to measure its level especially in men over 40 years of age. If there is too much of it in the blood it not only could contribute to the development of prostate cancer but it will also contribute to demasculanization and a diminished libido.
Progesterone is the second most important female hormone with numerous metabolic functions. One of these is increasing cerebral sugar metabolism. This hormone is not only important for the female but also for men. Actually, its presence contributes to the prevention of prostate cancer by modulating estrogen's carcinogenic effects. In a sense it balances out possible estrogen over-production by the male.
Total Testosterone - The male reproductive hormone. Testosterone exists in serum both free and bound to albumin and to sex hormone binding globulin (SHBG) (testosterone binding globulin). Unbound (free) testosterone is the active moiety. Free as well as total testosterone can be measured. Usual testosterone assays measure both bound and unbound levels.
Chemistry 24/CBC with Differential: Organ enzymes for heart, liver, lungs, kidneys, bones, cholesterols, glucose, thyroid, etc., and white cell, red cell, lymphocyte, platelet counts, etc.)