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Comment Of The Day: April 18, 2010

Post Published: 18 April 2010
Category: Dr. Sarah Myhill Witch hunt
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We are not posting a comment of the day. Instead we are going to continue pushing for support, for Dr. Sarah Myhill, and would appreciate any and all assistance. ,  Regardless of your location, what affects one of our thyamily, affects us all!

Calling All Thyroid Patients In The UK And The World: Why We Need To Help Dr Sarah Myhill written by Miriam and special thanks to Lolly and Sarah Downing.

In Miriam’s words: We would be ever so grateful if all you thyrellas and thyfellas will join us in supporting Dr. Sarah Myhill. Sign the petition, join her Facebook group. Lend support and, or attend her hearing. STOP THIS WITCH HUNT FOR DR. SARAH MYHILL and other specialists, and doctors like her in the UK. By doing this, hopefully we can stop this from happening everywhere, too.

If you missed the post, please check it out and, or these links to other articles, and to get involved.

Articles about Dr. Sarah Myhill

  1. TPA
  2. Thyroid About Newsletter
  3. Mary Shomon’s post: Thyroid Travesty in the UK;
  4. Mary Shomon: Likely Source of Culprit;

How can you get involved, regardless of whether you’re in the UK or not:

  1. Support Dr. Sarah Myhill on Facebook
  3. Sign the petition to end the witch hunt for Dr. Sarah Myhill
  4. Add this article to your Facebook page
  5. Tweet about it
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