March Thyroid Awareness

Patients & The Public – Thyroid Information

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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!

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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: Thyroid nodules may disappear on long-term follow-up after iodization of salt Iodine deficiency in the diet leads to thyroid nodules, goiter and hypothyroidism. When a country starts a salt iodination program, the rates of hypothyroidism decrease significantly. The main goal of the current study was to assess changes in thyroid gland structure after the introduction of a salt iodination program in Denmark more..

Thyroid Cancer Imaging and Therapy in Thyroid Cancer discussed by Drs Iagaru and Farwell

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