The ATA patient resource pages are designed to provide up-to-date information for thyroid patients,their families and other interested public communities. The American Thyroid Association®
is dedicated to serving as an educational resource for the public by supporting thyroid research and promoting the prevention, treatment and cure of thyroid-related diseases and thyroid cancer. See our educational materials in Spanish. ¡Ahora también disponibles en Español!
The American Thyroid Association (ATA) is participating as a contributing charity at the Medtronic Twin Cities in Motion Marathon Weekend 2015 in Minneapolis, Minnesota to support thyroid research. We invite you to join Team Thyroid as a charity team runner, and help the ATA fundraise and bring cause awareness to Thyroid diseases & thyroid cancer. Register Today! First 5 marathon runners to join Team Thyroid are guaranteed race entry and will receive an exclusive invitation code to get the charity registration rate of $105! Discount only applies to marathon entries. View our Fundraiser
Your Thyroid and Fertility: Expert Q&A WebMD asked Gregory Brent, MD, professor of medicine and physiology at the David Geffen School of Medicine, University of California Los Angeles, what else women should know about fertility and their thyroid. Brent is on the American Thyroid Association task force charged with reassessing guidelines for the diagnosis and management of thyroid disease during pregnancy and after delivery.
Clinical Thyroidology for the Public – current issue
From CTFP: The presence of hypothyroid symptoms is more reliable in diagnosing hypothyroidism in men than in women Hypothyroidism is a very common condition and affects more women than men. more..
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The American Thyroid Association (ATA) – a nonprofit 501(c)3 medical society of researchers and physician scientists who specialize in diseases of the thyroid -is dedicated to improving the lives of the millions of Americans of all ages living with thyroid problems.
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