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For more information on thyroid function and disease, look for these books in a public library or bookstore in your area, or log on to the Web sites listed here.

BOOKS
THE THYROID BOOK
A Book for Patients
Martin I. Surks, MD
Omnipress
Madison, Wisconsin, 1999

COULD IT BE MY THYROID?
Your Complete Guide to the Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis, and Treatments of Thyroid Problems
Third Edition
Sheldon Rubenfeld, MD
M. Evans and Company, Inc.
New York, 2004

YOUR THYROID
A Home Reference
Revised and Updated
Lawrence C. Wood, MD, David S. Cooper, MD, and E. Chester Ridgway, MD
Ballantine Books
New York, 1996

WEB RESOURCES
AMERICAN THYROID ASSOCIATION
www.thyroid.org
Includes online brochures about thyroid conditions and a “Find a Thyroid Specialist” feature.

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF CLINICAL ENDOCRINOLOGISTS THYROID AWARENESS
www.thyroidawareness.com
Supplies information about various thyroid conditions, as well as self-assessment tools.

ENDOCRINEWEB.COM
www.endocrineweb.com
In addition to information on thyroid diseases, this Web site has a list of support groups for people with thyroid disorders.

 

 

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