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Date Posted: 00:35:23 11/19/12 Mon
Author: Starr D.
Subject: Health Suggestion for You

I was wondering with all your health struggles, has
anyone bothered to do blood tests for low thyroid
on you? Thyroid controls how your cells function
and carry on metabolism--and of course, in cancer
the cells are not functioning right. In our family,
we've noticed that those who don't get their low
thyroid conditions fixed up correctly tend to get
stuck with cancer.

My brother is a huge fan of your website, and he
told me about what you're going through. We both
send you our best. And since I am a long-time
thyroid patient, I wanted to share this info with
you--if they haven't done so already, please get
at least these basic thyroid blood tests: They're
called TSH, Free T3 and Free T4. If something
does show up "low thyroid" on you--"hypothyroidism"--
then maybe your cells could start behaving better
and you'd start doing better, in general, if you
get in some sort of thyroid-replacement drug that
suits you. This isn't always so easy to do, but it
would be worth the effort. I am currently working
with a newer thyroid drug called Tirosint which is
a strong little sucker, so I have to work with it
gradually and carefully. But it does seem get into
my cells and make them work more normally than any
thyroid drug has since 1983, when Synthroid changed
formula and messed me up, big-time.

I'm also a big soap fan, and appreciate all the neat info
my brother has shared with me from your site! And I did
hear your Joan Van Ark interview, which was great!
(I'm not always well enough to be on the internet much
as yet, but I am working on getting there--so I do
understand something about health battles.) Again, best
of luck, and we are rooting for you! Starr D and JD

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