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The latest clinical and political news for Australian Endocrinologists
Hormone therapy affirmed for managing vasomotor symptoms.
Health promotion campaign deemed "body shaming".
Most people who are tired don’t have thyroid disease.
Insulin management varies widely between regions.
Restrictions may be too complex.
One drug apears to be being used contrary to product indications.
Melbourne study reassures.
Manufacturer says decsion is not related to a safety issue.
Vitamin has been overhyped, an expert says.
The effect on clinical practice could be "substantial"
Supplies not relaible until mid-2017 says manufacturer
The majority of patients revert to euthyroidism without treatment.
Prescribing vitamin D for osteoporosis is one of the new 'do not do' recommendations.
An audit finds wide variation in the ordering of thyroid function tests..
Women with polycystic ovary syndrome are waiting years for diagnosis
Type 1 patients are not telling their doctor about them
The price of treatment is cut from $100k to just $38
Trial findings counter previous research suggesting a benefit
Vitamin C deficiency is surprisingly common among patients
It frees up hospital beds without worsening clinical outcomes
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