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April 25 Webinar: Getting the Runaround on Thyroid Problems?

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www.ProHealth.com • April 22, 2012


April 26 update: To view the video of "Are You Getting the Thyroid Runaround," click HERE.

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EVENT: A live webinar titled “Are You Getting the Thyroid Runaround?” is slated for Wednesday, April 25 beginning at 6:00 pm Pacific time (9:00 pm Eastern). Sponsored by the nonprofit National Academy of Hypothyroidism (NAH)

WHERE: No reservation required, so check it out and log in here (http://nahypothyroidism.org/webinar) on April 25. Audio-only access is also available.

THE TOPIC: An explanation by experts and patients of:

Why ‘standard’ thyroid tests may often leave patients who actually have thyroid insufficiency still undiagnosed and untreated, or undertreated.

And what to do about it.

HOSTS ARE:

Mary Shomon, thyroid patient and leading author on thyroid issues.

Kent Holtorf, MD, fibromyalgia & ME/CFS specialist, endocrinologist, NAH founder, and director of the Holtorf Medical Group.

Gena Lee Nolin – a celebrity thyroid patient advocate (star of 'Baywatch' and 'Sheena') and co-author with Mary Shoman of a forthcoming book on thyroid disease.




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