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World Thyroid Day

World Thyroid Day Recognized Globally

American Thyroid Association® collaborates with International Thyroid Societies

On May 25th the American Thyroid Association® (ATA) (, in cooperation with the European Thyroid Association (, will be making an extraordinary effort to promote its year-round goals —focus attention on that small butterfly-shaped gland at the base of the neck that causes approximately 20 million Americans to experience thyroid disease. In addition to the millions who have some form of thyroid disease, it is estimated that more than 12 percent of the U.S. population will develop a thyroid condition during their lifetime.

Support World Thyroid Day - May 25th

We invite you to support the American Thyroid Association for World Thyroid Day May 25th!

The American Thyroid Association is dedicated to the advancement, understanding, prevention, diagnosis and treatment of thyroid disorders and thyroid cancer.

With your support the ATA will continue to develop key resources on thyroid cancer, thyroid disease and build information on pediatric thyroid conditions. Your donations will also help expand our brochures into different languages.

Our goal is to raise $5,000 during the month of May in support of this event. Help us meet our goal by supporting the ATA World Thyroid Day team and spread the word by joining up with us today!

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