93: The Results of 30 Years of Patients Receiving Active Surveillance Instead of Surgery; Dr. Akira Miyauchi from Kuma Hospital in Kobe, Japan

The Result of Over 1000 Cases of Active Surveillance Shows No Resulting Deaths of Patients Who Choose No Surgery For Thyroid Cancer Dr. Akira MiyauchiProfessor Akira Miyauchi (Figure 1) is…

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92: Your Patient Type May Determine Your Thyroid Cancer Treatment → Dr. Michael Tuttle from Sloan Kettering

What type of patient are you, a minimalist or maximalist? About Dr. Tuttle, in his words:I am a board-certified endocrinologist who specializes in caring for patients with advanced thyroid cancer. I…

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80: Everything You Need to Know About Thyroid Nodules with Dr. Regina Castro from Mayo Clinic

60% of people in the U.S. have thyroid nodules, and almost all are benign — the others maybe reason for concern. M. Regina Castro, MDis a consultant in the Division…

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78: The Gut⎥Antibiotics Danger, Fixing Inflammation, and Thyroid Health, with Dr. Lisa Sardinia

Dr. Lisa Sardinia is an associate professor in the Pacific University Biology Department. In this episode we discuss: Majority of antibiotics given to children under three are for upper respiratory issues, fact is antibiotics do not work for such issues 85% of antibiotics used are given to food sources, and released into the environment including soil and water Danger of consuming emulsifiers Cow’s milk US has low gut diversity — more diversity means more resilience Autism and gut connection Resetting your gut microbiota by changing diet

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77: Levothyroxine and Hair Loss, Thyroid Health with Dr. Susanne Breen

In this episode, the following topics are discussed: * Fatigue, hair loss, weight gain, anxiety, and depression. * Sub-clinical hypothyroidism * Standard range for TSH has changed over the years, .5 - 1.5 TSH is optimal * Armour Thyroid vs Levothyroxine * If antibodies are involved than it is most likely related to the gut * Getting off thyroid medication * Testing: TSH, free T3 T4, TPO antibodies, reverse T3 * Getting motivated and inspired by fixing thyroid * Selenium * Iodine * Thyroid supplements * Treating fertility

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69: For Some Thyroid Cancer Patients, No Surgery is the Best Treatment – Dr. Allen Ho from Cedars Sinai

Undesired consequences and a patient’s profession should weigh heavily in the decision to have thyroid surgery, or not. Dr. Allen Hois a fellowship-trained head and neck surgeon who focuses on…

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68: Is There a Stigma to Choosing Active Surveillance? Dr. Louise Davies from The Dartmouth Institute

The past year has been fascinating and highly fruitful year for Dartmouth Institute Associate Professor Louise Davies, MD, MS. A 2017-2018 Fulbright Global Scholar, Davis spent several months in Japan…

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63: Diagnosed With Thyroid Cancer? Stop & Do Not Rush Into Surgery – Dr. Bryan McIver – Moffitt Cancer Center

If Your Thyroid Cancer is Not Aggressive, Taking Your Time, and Vetting Surgeons and Exploring Treatment Options is Your Best Choice. Bryan McIver, MD, PhDDr. McIver contributes to Moffitt Cancer…

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62: The Financial Risk of Thyroid Surgery With Dr. Jonas de Souza – Oncologist, Medical Director at Humana

Death Rate Of Papillary Thyroid Cancer Is Less Than .001%, However, Thyroid Cancer Surgery Results In Job Loss Or Unemployment In 40% Of Patients. Jonas de Souza participates in both…

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61: Hashimoto’s Disease and Hypothyroidism and TSH Levels → Dr. Victor Bernet – the Mayo Clinic

Hashimoto's thyroiditis affects 14 million people in the United States alone,1 making it not only the most common form of thyroiditis but also the most common thyroid disorder in America…

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