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The Thyroid Patient’s Manual
by Paul Robinson

The Thyroid Patient's Manual is a practical, easy-to-read book, which provides an excellent resource for people who are trying to understand hypothyroidism.

It is aimed at patients who suspect they have low thyroid hormone levels, those who have just been diagnosed and are beginning treatment and those who are on thyroid treatment already, but are still feeling ill.

The Thyroid Patient's Manual gives you the tools needed to gain some control of your health, and be able to work productively with your doctor, so that you can recover your health as quickly as possible.

Thyroid Patient's Manual


'Diagnosis and Management of Hypothyroidism'
by Gordon R B Skinner MD DSc FRCPath FRCO

Dr Skinner covers hypothyroidism diagnosis, management, difficulties and a very interesting chapter called, “The Faux-Pas of the Decade”.   He also covers areas that are linked to hypothyroidism such as B12 deficiency and diabetes.

This book is different to any other book you will have read about hypothyroidism and has some very interesting sections – all done with a brilliant sense of humour!

Diagnosis and Management of Hypothyroidism

'Your Thyroid and How to Keep it Healthy'
by Dr Barry Durrant-Peatfield

In this book Dr Barry Durrant-Peatfield draws on his long experience of helping patients with possible thyroid problems to explain what the implications of having an over-active or under-active thyroid are, how to spot the warning signs and how to improve the condition using diet and nutritional options.

He also tells us about the adrenal connection, Reverse T3 and Wilson’s Syndrome among other topics.

Your Thyroid and how to keep it healthy


Pernicious Anaemia: The Forgotten Disease
by Martyn Hooper

Vitamin B12 deficiency, often caused by pernicious anaemia, can be a devastating condition if left untreated, leading to irreversible nerve damage and disability after years of exhaustion and mental 'fog'.

Martyn Hooper, the founder of the Pernicious Anaemia Society, now brings together vital information about the condition and real-life stories - including his own and those of many members of the Society - that will help sufferers and their friends and families recognize the condition and understand how best to tackle it. In particular, the book draws on the findings of a survey of Society members that give new clarity to the complex issues involved.

Front cover of Pernicious Anaemia: The Forgotten Disease by Martyn Hooper


'Tears Behind Closed Doors'
by Diana Holmes

In this, Diana's second edition, she sets the scene by telling her own harrowing story and explaining the triumphant way in which she overcame her illness. She goes on to examine with great clarity the multitude of signs and symptoms.

This edition includes sections on fluoride, a history of clinical thyroidology, a website list of where you can go for further information among other updates.

Tears Behind Closed Doors


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