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Self Help Groups
British Thyroid Foundation
Self help Patient Support Group for Thyroidism
Hypothyroidism Support Group
Reassurance by letter or telephone to adults and children with too little thyroid hormone.
International Thyroid Group
helping people who have difficulty in getting a diagnosis and/or correct treatment for thyroid disorders
The British Thyroid Foundation
Support and information. Regional groups. Campaigns to promote awareness with the general public and medical profession
Thyroid Eye Disease Charitable Trust(TEDct)
Patient information, advice and a newsletter for those with thyroid-related eye problems.
Thyroid Foundation of North Cumbria (TFNC)
The TFNC is a support organisation run by thyroid sufferers and volunteers, to give help to those with a thyroid disorder and their families, who often also need support to learn and understand the condition.
Thyroid Patient Advocacy
Thyroid Patient Advocacy‟s (TPA) avowed aim, since its inception, has been to achieve universal recognition and acceptance for the establishment of a correct protocol for the diagnosis and management of those with symptoms of hypothyroidism.
Thyroid Self Help Group
We are a self-help group for those suffering from thyroid disease (both hypo and hyper). We meet in Long Eaton, Nottinghamshire, every two months. Members and their guests can ask questions and meet others who also suffer from symptoms such as intolerance to heat and/or cold, brain fog, joint...
Providing information and resources to promote effective diagnosis and appropriate treatment for people with thyroid disorders in the UK
Wilson's Syndrome Group
Raises medical awareness, collects data for research, offers support, counselling and contact with other sufferers if needed