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Klm2010 said on 22 June 2011

The NHS treatment of hypothyroid patients is an absolute disgrace. People are being under diagnosed and under treated on a daily basis. The cheapest treatment (thyroxine) is the treatment of choice in the NHS- funny that! People are left to suffer as a result and don't question anything, thinking that Dr known best. It's wrong and an absolute scandal. Patients need to do there own research and look at other avenues if you are suffering. There are other alternative treatments and specialists willing to use them but you need to take the initiative and look for them.