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    This book is pretty good. The only problem I had with it is that it doesn’t
    have any major details. I think it’s detailed enough for the lay person, but
    I am the type of person that likes to understand everything about everything.
    You know, one of those scientifically minded people. Anyway, the thing I
    found most useful about this book is that I could give it to my family to
    read so that they would understand what is going on with me. The book
    explained it a lot better than I could. My parents complain that I used too
    many words like “euthyroid” and “T4.” Since they don’t have the disease they
    don’t understand all this jargon. So, they were happy to read about my
    disease in this book. The author, Rosenthal, is a thyroid patient, so she
    explains it from a more understanding point of view, I think.