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The Growing Epidemic of Thyroid Disease and What To Do About It: here it comes, the inevitable.

 
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July 8, 2013 | By Dylan Charles | 3 Replies

Dr. Zoltan P. Rona, Prevent Disease
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It is estimated that over 200 million people globally (about 35 million people in North America) suffer from at least one of the many forms of thyroid disease. In fact, thyroid problems are increasing so much in frequency that scientists are calling it an epidemic. The incidence of thyroid illness occurs about seven times more frequently in women than men, and it is thought that at least 50% of the cases are undiagnosed or misdiagnosed.
It was recently reported that the radioactive fallout in Japan during 2011 has now caused thyroid disease in the farthest corners of the world. Children born in Alaska, California, Hawaii, Oregon, and Washing-ton within one to sixteen weeks after the nuclear accident in Japan were 28% more likely to suffer from congenital hypothyroidism than in the preceding year.
There is also a dramatic increase in the rates of thyroid cancer, which is the fastest growing cancer in North America today. In 2010, the American Cancer Society reported 45,000 new cases. They now predict that in 2013 there will be about 60,220 new cases of thyroid cancer, and this number is expected to grow rapidly in the next decade.
According to Dr. Bruce Davidson, MD, chair of the Department of Head and Neck Surgery at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C.: “We’ve seen thyroid cancer double in the last 10 years, but the general sense in the past was that there was a big pool of undiscovered thyroid cancer, and more intense diagnostics, including greater use of ultrasounds and biopsies, were resulting in better detection. Now, we know that better detection is not the only factor, and we need to investigate other factors that may be causing the increased rate of thyroid cancer.”
Chief among these other factors is the increased exposure we all have to different forms of radiation (nuclear accidents, greater use of CAT scans and other high radiation diagnostic tests, jet travel, etc.). Some experts like Davidson believe that the increased use of CAT scans in the past 20 years directly parallels the increasing incidence of thyroid cancers during the same period of time.

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I have been taking kelp and switching up with Iodoral Iodine. These other supplements mentioned in the article will go on my shopping list.
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I have been taking kelp and switching up with Iodoral Iodine. These other supplements mentioned in the article will go on my shopping list.
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I'm stocked up on iodized salt. A lot of salt doesn't have any iodine these days.
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A couple of drops of Lugols iodine in my coffee, a couple days a week. Hopefully it's helping. I have a couple of family members on thyroid meds, and I'd rather not go that route.
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I was posted in W. Germany when Chernobyl tripped off the line. I'm hypothyroid and will be taking Synthroid for the rest of my life. I have been trying to use supplements to kick my thyroid into gear.

So far no luck. Don't let it happen to you!
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I have been taking kelp and switching up with Iodoral Iodine. These other supplements mentioned in the article will go on my shopping list.
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I'm stocked up on iodized salt. A lot of salt doesn't have any iodine these days.
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Iodized salt may not have enough iodine and may be loading you up with sodium. Try kelp.
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get some betadine (or equivalent), and put a small smear above the naval, the body can only store so much and the rest is removed as waste.
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Let's not forget the ongoing fluoridation of drinking water in the United States when it comes to the growing incidence of thyroid disease.

What's the most important element in thyroid metabolism and health? Iodine, a member of the halide family. What's fluorine's family? Halide. What is fluorine's claim to fame among elements? Its intense electronegativity, enough to forcibly displace chlorine, bromine and, yes, iodine in chemical reactions.

Chalk up yet another victory for the fluoridators. Not only have they crippled our country's collective will, they're also physically making us too sick and ill to fight back. And it's absolutely working. When I was in medical school nearly twenty years ago, the incidence of thyroid disease (hypothyroid, hyperthyroid, thyroid cancer, multinodular goiters, thyroiditis) was between 1 in 35 to 1 in 50, depending on which study you read. While I was in residency, that incidence increased to roughly 1 in 25. Ten years ago it was revised to 1 in 15. Now the incidence is roughly 1 in 7, for the same family of illnesses! Even starting with the more inclusive number of 1 in 35, this represents a 400% increase in thyroid disease in less than twenty years! I used to diagnose about two patients a week with thyroid problems. Now it's about two or three a day. Yeah, something's definitely up.
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I have been taking kelp and switching up with Iodoral Iodine. These other supplements mentioned in the article will go on my shopping list.
 Quoting: Conjure Woman


I'm stocked up on iodized salt. A lot of salt doesn't have any iodine these days.
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Iodized salt may not have enough iodine and may be loading you up with sodium. Try kelp.
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That's just seaweed, right? I eat that too.
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It's not just the thyroid but adrenals too. The adrenals are next to our kidneys and they have also become over stimulated and don't work. You can bet if you have thyroid problems then you have adrenal problems.

Personally I decided to supplement with raw adrenal and thyroid in dessicated form. I have many of the symptoms of hypothyroidism and there are about 300 or so.
so my logic is what is worse, having overstimulated adrenals which aren't working and a under active thyroid which is slowly killing me or the fear that the medical community puts out about how dessicated thyroid and adrenals from bovine that is bio identical to the human body is dangerous. So I supplement.
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I have been taking kelp and switching up with Iodoral Iodine. These other supplements mentioned in the article will go on my shopping list.
 Quoting: Conjure Woman


I'm stocked up on iodized salt. A lot of salt doesn't have any iodine these days.
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Iodized salt may not have enough iodine and may be loading you up with sodium. Try kelp.
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That's just seaweed, right? I eat that too.
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Good. It's good for you.
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It's not just the thyroid but adrenals too. The adrenals are next to our kidneys and they have also become over stimulated and don't work. You can bet if you have thyroid problems then you have adrenal problems.

Personally I decided to supplement with raw adrenal and thyroid in dessicated form. I have many of the symptoms of hypothyroidism and there are about 300 or so.
so my logic is what is worse, having overstimulated adrenals which aren't working and a under active thyroid which is slowly killing me or the fear that the medical community puts out about how dessicated thyroid and adrenals from bovine that is bio identical to the human body is dangerous. So I supplement.
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Coffee is a no no. It blows out the adrenals.
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I'm stocked up on iodized salt. A lot of salt doesn't have any iodine these days.
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Iodized salt may not have enough iodine and may be loading you up with sodium. Try kelp.
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That's just seaweed, right? I eat that too.
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Good. It's good for you.
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Tried to Karma Pin. This is important and more discussion and input is indicated.
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July 8, 2013 | By Dylan Charles | 3 Replies

Dr. Zoltan P. Rona, Prevent Disease
Waking Times
It is estimated that over 200 million people globally (about 35 million people in North America) suffer from at least one of the many forms of thyroid disease. In fact, thyroid problems are increasing so much in frequency that scientists are calling it an epidemic. The incidence of thyroid illness occurs about seven times more frequently in women than men, and it is thought that at least 50% of the cases are undiagnosed or misdiagnosed.
It was recently reported that the radioactive fallout in Japan during 2011 has now caused thyroid disease in the farthest corners of the world. Children born in Alaska, California, Hawaii, Oregon, and Washing-ton within one to sixteen weeks after the nuclear accident in Japan were 28% more likely to suffer from congenital hypothyroidism than in the preceding year.
There is also a dramatic increase in the rates of thyroid cancer, which is the fastest growing cancer in North America today. In 2010, the American Cancer Society reported 45,000 new cases. They now predict that in 2013 there will be about 60,220 new cases of thyroid cancer, and this number is expected to grow rapidly in the next decade.
According to Dr. Bruce Davidson, MD, chair of the Department of Head and Neck Surgery at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C.: “We’ve seen thyroid cancer double in the last 10 years, but the general sense in the past was that there was a big pool of undiscovered thyroid cancer, and more intense diagnostics, including greater use of ultrasounds and biopsies, were resulting in better detection. Now, we know that better detection is not the only factor, and we need to investigate other factors that may be causing the increased rate of thyroid cancer.”
Chief among these other factors is the increased exposure we all have to different forms of radiation (nuclear accidents, greater use of CAT scans and other high radiation diagnostic tests, jet travel, etc.). Some experts like Davidson believe that the increased use of CAT scans in the past 20 years directly parallels the increasing incidence of thyroid cancers during the same period of time.

[end snip]

and so it begins....

Full condensed article with remedies
[link to fukushimaemergencywhatcanwedo.blogspot.com.au]
 Quoting: Citizenperth


It's not just radiation. It's FLUORIDE!

Fluoride is highly toxic to the thryoid. Fluoride is everywhere:

* antibiotics (ciprofloxacin "cipro" & levaquin the best known & most litigated)

* anthesthia (isoflurane is the most commonly used anesthesia gas)

* water, toothpaste, juices and teas

My DOG is now on thyroxine to treat hypothyroid which is supposedly quite rare in chihuahuas. Hypothyroid is also on the upswing in dogs. In recent years dogs are getting more surgeries AND they are receiving anesthesia to have their teeth cleaned (vets push for this). Of course dogs drink a lot of water too.

BEWARE.
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Many years back, I got really sick. 103-104 fever for well over a month due to double pneumonia. After that, my endocrine system was all messed up. Went on meds and for the past ten years and now I have bloodwork done a few times a year to make sure I've got the right dose of meds.

Fastforward to two years ago, they noticed in my bloodwork that I've got hypothyroidism. It had actually been going on for four years before that but they missed it. It was a relief because I just wasn't the same guy anymore and I didn't know why. No energy, depressed, nothing was interesting anymore.

I go on meds and at first the cure is worse than the disease. Was literally suicidal for months but I'm finally good now.

Last summer my wife was diagnosed with thyroid cancer. Had to have it removed and she's finally out of the woods now.

Six months ago I took my son into the doctor for a full physical because the kids is, for lack of a better word, fat. He shouldn't be fat though. He eats well for a 14 year old and gets plenty of exercise.

Turns out he's hypothyroid too.

Had a company come out and do an environmental study to see if there was any issues like radiation or pollution/toxins, etc. Zip. Nada.

WTF is going on?
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July 8, 2013 | By Dylan Charles | 3 Replies

Dr. Zoltan P. Rona, Prevent Disease
Waking Times
It is estimated that over 200 million people globally (about 35 million people in North America) suffer from at least one of the many forms of thyroid disease. In fact, thyroid problems are increasing so much in frequency that scientists are calling it an epidemic. The incidence of thyroid illness occurs about seven times more frequently in women than men, and it is thought that at least 50% of the cases are undiagnosed or misdiagnosed.
It was recently reported that the radioactive fallout in Japan during 2011 has now caused thyroid disease in the farthest corners of the world. Children born in Alaska, California, Hawaii, Oregon, and Washing-ton within one to sixteen weeks after the nuclear accident in Japan were 28% more likely to suffer from congenital hypothyroidism than in the preceding year.
There is also a dramatic increase in the rates of thyroid cancer, which is the fastest growing cancer in North America today. In 2010, the American Cancer Society reported 45,000 new cases. They now predict that in 2013 there will be about 60,220 new cases of thyroid cancer, and this number is expected to grow rapidly in the next decade.
According to Dr. Bruce Davidson, MD, chair of the Department of Head and Neck Surgery at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C.: “We’ve seen thyroid cancer double in the last 10 years, but the general sense in the past was that there was a big pool of undiscovered thyroid cancer, and more intense diagnostics, including greater use of ultrasounds and biopsies, were resulting in better detection. Now, we know that better detection is not the only factor, and we need to investigate other factors that may be causing the increased rate of thyroid cancer.”
Chief among these other factors is the increased exposure we all have to different forms of radiation (nuclear accidents, greater use of CAT scans and other high radiation diagnostic tests, jet travel, etc.). Some experts like Davidson believe that the increased use of CAT scans in the past 20 years directly parallels the increasing incidence of thyroid cancers during the same period of time.

[end snip]

and so it begins....

Full condensed article with remedies
[link to fukushimaemergencywhatcanwedo.blogspot.com.au]
 Quoting: Citizenperth


It's not just radiation. It's FLUORIDE!

Fluoride is highly toxic to the thryoid. Fluoride is everywhere:

* antibiotics (ciprofloxacin "cipro" & levaquin the best known & most litigated)

* anthesthia (isoflurane is the most commonly used anesthesia gas)

* water, toothpaste, juices and teas

My DOG is now on thyroxine to treat hypothyroid which is supposedly quite rare in chihuahuas. Hypothyroid is also on the upswing in dogs. In recent years dogs are getting more surgeries AND they are receiving anesthesia to have their teeth cleaned (vets push for this). Of course dogs drink a lot of water too.

BEWARE.
 Quoting: berniemom2012



I'm glad you mentioned your dog. I haven't been able to figure out why two of my Papillons females are getting huge. They don't eat any more then the rest of the dogs and they seem to get fatter and fatter.

How did you find out your dog was hypothyroid?
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Many years back, I got really sick. 103-104 fever for well over a month due to double pneumonia. After that, my endocrine system was all messed up. Went on meds and for the past ten years and now I have bloodwork done a few times a year to make sure I've got the right dose of meds.

Fastforward to two years ago, they noticed in my bloodwork that I've got hypothyroidism. It had actually been going on for four years before that but they missed it. It was a relief because I just wasn't the same guy anymore and I didn't know why. No energy, depressed, nothing was interesting anymore.

I go on meds and at first the cure is worse than the disease. Was literally suicidal for months but I'm finally good now.

Last summer my wife was diagnosed with thyroid cancer. Had to have it removed and she's finally out of the woods now.

Six months ago I took my son into the doctor for a full physical because the kids is, for lack of a better word, fat. He shouldn't be fat though. He eats well for a 14 year old and gets plenty of exercise.

Turns out he's hypothyroid too.

Had a company come out and do an environmental study to see if there was any issues like radiation or pollution/toxins, etc. Zip. Nada.

WTF is going on?
 Quoting: Niteandgrey


There is a lot of data on the internet about the thyroid and adrenal connection. I got interested in it after my sister was diagnosed with cancer of the thyroid and had it removed. She is and has always been a big tea drinker. Teas have fluoride in them. There are other contributing factors as the lady in an above post mentioned.

For your son's sake I would study up so his future can be a healthy one.
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This should be pinned.
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I was posted in W. Germany when Chernobyl tripped off the line. I'm hypothyroid and will be taking Synthroid for the rest of my life. I have been trying to use supplements to kick my thyroid into gear.

So far no luck. Don't let it happen to you!
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Try Armour Thyroid instead, if your Doc. won't prescribe it find one who will..it is natural been using it for years...Mayo Clinic switched me to Synthroid saying it was an identical synthetic match and much better, it nearly killed me ....don't take synthetic...go natural ...but that is my opinion. I also take potassium iodide occasionally if I feel like I've been exposed to excess radiation.
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too many pins right now, shame, i think this is important to....
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Uh-oh.

Steam has been spotted in the No. 3 reactor building at the Fukushima No. 1 power plant, but there was no sign yet of increased radiation, Tepco said Thursday.

The incident, which Tokyo Electric Power Co. said was not “an emergency situation,” is the latest event underlining how precarious the plant remains more than two years after it was wrecked by tsunami.Tepco said it had confirmed the reactor remained subcritical at 9:20 a.m., one hour after the steam was first spotted. Criticality is the term used for reactors in which there is a self-sustaining nuclear chain reaction.

Workers were continuing to pump water into the reactor and fuel pool as part of on-going cooling efforts, Tepco said, adding that it would measure dust near the building as well as the air above it to gauge radiation levels.

The steam is the latest in a growing catalogue of mishaps that have cast doubt on Tepco’s ability to fix the world’s worst nuclear disaster in a generation.


[link to www.japantimes.co.jp]
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I was posted in W. Germany when Chernobyl tripped off the line. I'm hypothyroid and will be taking Synthroid for the rest of my life. I have been trying to use supplements to kick my thyroid into gear.

So far no luck. Don't let it happen to you!
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Synthroid? Don't take it. It's only T4 and you need a balance with T3 as well. Not everyone can convert T4 to T3 very well.

I recommend nature throid or armour thyroid.
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THIS is a BIG deal.
I have been videoing truth, posting, talking, learning, for years.
THIS is the big factor I see, we have no energy, gain weight on 1200 cals a day, slow mentally, pain and suffering, and all because of low hormonal function.
It has to be the food, water, air. No other explanation why everyone is gaining weight, losing function.
If I but thyroid from Aussies, the Gov will take it, what choice do they leave? I can't find thyroid in the meat market.
Yet we suffer daily from lack of hormones.
We are being destroyed, IMO.
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Uh-oh.

Steam has been spotted in the No. 3 reactor building at the Fukushima No. 1 power plant, but there was no sign yet of increased radiation, Tepco said Thursday.

The incident, which Tokyo Electric Power Co. said was not “an emergency situation,” is the latest event underlining how precarious the plant remains more than two years after it was wrecked by tsunami.Tepco said it had confirmed the reactor remained subcritical at 9:20 a.m., one hour after the steam was first spotted. Criticality is the term used for reactors in which there is a self-sustaining nuclear chain reaction.

Workers were continuing to pump water into the reactor and fuel pool as part of on-going cooling efforts, Tepco said, adding that it would measure dust near the building as well as the air above it to gauge radiation levels.

The steam is the latest in a growing catalogue of mishaps that have cast doubt on Tepco’s ability to fix the world’s worst nuclear disaster in a generation.


[link to www.japantimes.co.jp]
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ty for the heads up (been reviewing new 3:11 movie)
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Re: The Growing Epidemic of Thyroid Disease and What To Do About It: here it comes, the inevitable.
Many years back, I got really sick. 103-104 fever for well over a month due to double pneumonia. After that, my endocrine system was all messed up. Went on meds and for the past ten years and now I have bloodwork done a few times a year to make sure I've got the right dose of meds.

Fastforward to two years ago, they noticed in my bloodwork that I've got hypothyroidism. It had actually been going on for four years before that but they missed it. It was a relief because I just wasn't the same guy anymore and I didn't know why. No energy, depressed, nothing was interesting anymore.

I go on meds and at first the cure is worse than the disease. Was literally suicidal for months but I'm finally good now.

Last summer my wife was diagnosed with thyroid cancer. Had to have it removed and she's finally out of the woods now.

Six months ago I took my son into the doctor for a full physical because the kids is, for lack of a better word, fat. He shouldn't be fat though. He eats well for a 14 year old and gets plenty of exercise.

Turns out he's hypothyroid too.

Had a company come out and do an environmental study to see if there was any issues like radiation or pollution/toxins, etc. Zip. Nada.

WTF is going on?
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There is a lot of data on the internet about the thyroid and adrenal connection. I got interested in it after my sister was diagnosed with cancer of the thyroid and had it removed. She is and has always been a big tea drinker. Teas have fluoride in them. There are other contributing factors as the lady in an above post mentioned.

For your son's sake I would study up so his future can be a healthy one.
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My doc says just about all North American cases actually have Hashimoto's disorder which is an auto-immune disease that attacks your thyroid. If you take thyroid med.s you need to also take selenium to avoid Hashimoto's getting worse.

Also there are other toxins that kill of your thyroid function. A big culprit is fluoride. Fluoridation destroys your thyroid gland.
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Synthroid? Don't take it. It's only T4 and you need a balance with T3 as well. Not everyone can convert T4 to T3 very well.

I recommend nature throid or armour thyroid.
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The majority of doctors will not prescribe natural thyroid, and many insurance plans will not cover it.

For those who are stuck with synthroid (or generic equivalents), you'll want to take 1000mg of L-TYROSINE every day along with your meds. It is an amino acid that helps the body convert T4 to T3 (and T2 and T1, for that matter).
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Re: The Growing Epidemic of Thyroid Disease and What To Do About It: here it comes, the inevitable.
THIS is a BIG deal.
I have been videoing truth, posting, talking, learning, for years.
THIS is the big factor I see, we have no energy, gain weight on 1200 cals a day, slow mentally, pain and suffering, and all because of low hormonal function.
It has to be the food, water, air. No other explanation why everyone is gaining weight, losing function.
If I but thyroid from Aussies, the Gov will take it, what choice do they leave? I can't find thyroid in the meat market.
Yet we suffer daily from lack of hormones.
We are being destroyed, IMO.
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go to swansonsvitamins.com Look up glandulars. If you have your thyroid get thyroxin free so there is no further thyroid suppression
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Re: The Growing Epidemic of Thyroid Disease and What To Do About It: here it comes, the inevitable.
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July 8, 2013 | By Dylan Charles | 3 Replies

Dr. Zoltan P. Rona, Prevent Disease
Waking Times
It is estimated that over 200 million people globally (about 35 million people in North America) suffer from at least one of the many forms of thyroid disease. In fact, thyroid problems are increasing so much in frequency that scientists are calling it an epidemic. The incidence of thyroid illness occurs about seven times more frequently in women than men, and it is thought that at least 50% of the cases are undiagnosed or misdiagnosed.
It was recently reported that the radioactive fallout in Japan during 2011 has now caused thyroid disease in the farthest corners of the world. Children born in Alaska, California, Hawaii, Oregon, and Washing-ton within one to sixteen weeks after the nuclear accident in Japan were 28% more likely to suffer from congenital hypothyroidism than in the preceding year.
There is also a dramatic increase in the rates of thyroid cancer, which is the fastest growing cancer in North America today. In 2010, the American Cancer Society reported 45,000 new cases. They now predict that in 2013 there will be about 60,220 new cases of thyroid cancer, and this number is expected to grow rapidly in the next decade.
According to Dr. Bruce Davidson, MD, chair of the Department of Head and Neck Surgery at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C.: “We’ve seen thyroid cancer double in the last 10 years, but the general sense in the past was that there was a big pool of undiscovered thyroid cancer, and more intense diagnostics, including greater use of ultrasounds and biopsies, were resulting in better detection. Now, we know that better detection is not the only factor, and we need to investigate other factors that may be causing the increased rate of thyroid cancer.”
Chief among these other factors is the increased exposure we all have to different forms of radiation (nuclear accidents, greater use of CAT scans and other high radiation diagnostic tests, jet travel, etc.). Some experts like Davidson believe that the increased use of CAT scans in the past 20 years directly parallels the increasing incidence of thyroid cancers during the same period of time.

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and so it begins....

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 Quoting: Citizenperth




Genetically engineered synthetic organs that supplement that bodies supply of thyroid hormones.


- genetic engineering
- symbiotic microbes
- "man made" organs


It's up to you and your children to pave the future. Pass it on.

Whatever ills may be befall us, we can engineer a fix.

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