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The use of bioidentical hormones has sparked intense debate.Read More...Article
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Therapies for aging patients focus primarily on prolonging life, often at very high emotional and financial cost with little focus on the quality of life the patient experiences.Read More...Article
There have been recent advances in understanding of the local control of thyroid activity and metabolism.Read More...