Book Reviews of The Thyroid Patient's Manual

THE THYROID PATIENT'S MANUAL is Paul Robinson's third book on hypothyroidism diagnosis and treatment.

This book discusses the use of ALL thyroid hormone treatments. See my website home page  http://recoveringwitht3.com and the specific book page on it for more information on the new book.
 

THYROID UK BOOK REVIEW:

Thyroid UK is the largest UK Thyroid Charity.  It produces a quarterly magazine for its members called 'Harmony'. The most recent release of the magazine contains a book review of my new book 'The Thyroid Patient's Manual', written by Peter Warmingham, who is also a writer of articles on thyroid disease and treatment.

The book review is a 5 star, highly recommended review with one of the final comments being: "I would recommend anybody with an underactive thyroid to get a copy and read it as soon as possible."

Please read the ATTACHED REVIEW, which is at the end of this blog post and click on it to read it.
I have attached it as a .jpg image, which is easier to upload as a  photo to Facebook. I have also  attached the review as a .pdf file. 

 

I ALSO INCLUDE  SOME COMMENTS  FROM REVIEWS ON AMAZON (from Amazon in the UK  and the USA, all the reviews so far are excellent):

"Your go-to manual when you have a thyroid problem. A must read on the road to recovery"

"Essential reading for patients, general practitioners and endocrinologists"

"A marvellous book, well-written, understandable, up to date and logical"

"If you have a thyroid  condition that you want to understand more about how to diagnose and monitor then this should be the first book you buy"

"Every thyroid patient should have this book"

"The search for answers ends here"

"I love The Thyroid Patient's Manual by Paul Robinson. I have at least a dozen books on hypothyroidism and  not one of them comes close to this book"

"Awesome book for anyone that is hypothyroid"

"This is the best thyroid book I've read (and I've read a lot)"

"Ideally, this book should be the first one that hypothyroid patients read on the subject"

PLEASE feel free to share any of this information with friends, family, on your own Facebook page and with other groups that you think would be interested.

If anyone wishes to become a member of Thyroid UK and receive the magazine on a regular basis please use the following link: http://www.thyroiduk.org/tuk/membership.html  (membership of Thyroid UK provides the following benefits: A year’s subscription to our quarterly magazine ‘Harmony’, discounts on some products, advance notice of tickets for conferences).
Thyroid UK runs a huge forum: https://healthunlocked.com/thyroiduk

Best wishes,

Paul