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Thyroid RELATED NEWS IN APRIL 2006
Course to cover minimally invasive thyroid, parathyroid surgery
Dr. Paolo Miccoli, a pioneer of minimally invasive thyroid and parathyroid surgery techniques, is among the guest faculty for the Medical College of Georgia’s April 21-22 course on these new surgical approaches.
Small gland, large ramifications
How often have we heard of obesity and thyroid in the same breath or linked the scary big eyes and palpitating hearts to the thyroid. And what about that magic little pill which is a mere replacement of a deficiency, that is seen to weave magic in the human body?
Thyroid cancer won’t keep her from walking
Manteca resident, Cheryl Robnett isn’t letting anything stop her from helping others. Not even her third battle with cancer. This is her second year as the survivor chair for the American Cancer Society Relay for Life of Manteca.
Sunscreen chemicals may affect thyroid
GLASGOW, Scotland - April 6, 2006 (UPI) - Ultraviolet-absorbing chemicals used in sunscreens may disturb production of thyroid hormone, according to German researchers.
Thyroid illness won't bench college athlete
Amber Malvin is a senior guard on the women's team at Dakota State University in Madison, S.D.Amber Malvin, 22, grew up in Alexandria. She started playing basketball in first grade and is now a senior guard on the women's team at Dakota State University in Madison, S.D. In her sophomore year, she began noticing she had heart palpitations.
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