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Dr Anthony Toft’s paper: Thyroid hormone replacement – a counterblast to guidelines

In this paper published in the Journal of the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh (December 2017, Volume 47, Issue 4), Dr Anthony Toft criticises, first of all the way that medical guidelines have become way more important medically and legally than they were ever intended to. Also, he discusses how T4 and restoring the TSH to normal (whatever that means) does not work for everyone.

Download the paper: Dr Toft’s paper December 2017



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I had a hysterectomy when I was 46 and have not felt right for years had several text for low thyroid all came back normal range except for one which was borderline have had all symptoms on list over the years doctors don’t seem bothered I just don’t go anymore have had new knee gallbladder out 18 gallstones have hiatus hernia and gords and also loads of nodules on thyroid thinking of treating myself any answers would be helpful xx

Linda caroline,