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Fatigue, depression, anxiety, weight gain, muscle weakness – could your thyroid be the cause?  Thyroid disease is more common than diabetes or heart disease.  It is a fact of life for as many as 30 million Americans, and affects women more than men. 

January is Thyroid Awareness Month.  Get a head start on learning about your thyroid and the different thyroid conditions that can impact your health, such as hyperthyroidism, hypothyroidism, goiter and thyroid cancer.  What should you be looking out for? 

Find out with Shane Y. Morita, MD, MS, PhD, FACS, endocrine and oncologic surgeon, and Queen’s Surgical Oncology Program Director.  Dr. Morita will also demonstrate how to properly examine the thyroid.  Hear from people with thyroid conditions who will share their experiences. 

Reservations are required.  To register online, click here.  Or call The Queen’s Referral Line at 691-7117.  Parking is available for a $5 flat rate in the Physicians Office Building I, Physicians Office Building III (closest to conference center) and Miller parking garages.

Date: Wednesday, December 9
Time: 5:30pm, 7:00pm
Place: The Queen's Conference Center at Queen's - Punchbowl
Cost: Free

To register, click here or call 808.691.7117.

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