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Tuesday February 12th 2019


Welcome to Dear Thyroid’s New Home

Post Published: 03 May 2009
Category: Dear Thyroid News, Dear Thyroid News and Updates
This post currently has 3 responses. Leave a comment

We’re so happy to be blogdating WordPress. We’ve completely revamped the site, as you can see. We’ve also added a thylicious new editor, Liz Schau. Liz is a writer, educator and all around fabulous dame. She also happens to have Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis, and an indefatigable spirit.

Click around and see what you think. As always, we’re looking for more Dear Thyroid letters. Please check out our Submission Guidelines, we’d love to hear from you.

Before leaving DearThyroid, please review Liz’s post about Autoimmune (Thyroid) Disease Research & Funding — We Need YOUR Voice! Let’s speak up and out.

PS: To Read comments on previous posts, please visit our former site.

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3 Responses to “Welcome to Dear Thyroid’s New Home”

  1. freidabee says:

    This is wonderful, the new site and you rad gals!

  2. dearthyroid says:

    FreidaBee, you’re the shit and I love you! Thanks, baby.

  3. Mauigirl says:

    Lovely new site, I’ve linked it. I really must delve into the archives and catch up with things here. I have my own thyroid story (had temporary thyroiditis about 15 years ago and now have two nodules that need to be ultrasounded and biopsied now and then just in case…). So all of this is of great interest to me, since I am a medical junkie to begin with! Congrats on the new site!

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