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Revised 2013 Edition

 

Hypothyroidism Type 2: The Epidemic

by Mark Starr, MD(H)

An astonishing book revealing the cause and successful treatment for the plague of illnesses affecting western civilization; including obesity, heart attacks, depression, diabetes, strokes, headaches, chronic fatigue, and many more.

In Dr. Starr's description of Type 2 Hypothyroidism, he presents overwhelming evidence showing a majority of Americans suffer this illness, which is due to environmental and hereditary factors. Laboratory testing used to diagnose hypothyroidism is completely inadequate, and current treatment for hypothyroidism is ineffective. Groundbreaking research shows how persistent environmental toxins prevent thyroid and other hormones from working properly. This book will lead you to understanding more about your health than anything you have ever read.

2013 Revised edition includes: Many of the more recent patients who have sought help from Dr. Starr have come to him with Hashimoto's and Graves' diseases. As a result, the current version includes a chapter on Hashimoto's and Graves' disease.  In addition it includes a contribution by Jerry Tennant, MD, MD(H), MD(P).

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Reviews

We are in the middle of an epidemic with chronic fatigue, depression, fibromyalgia, hypertension, diabetes, high cholesterol and obesity.  All are directly related to hypothyroidism. Unfortunately, most doctors have never heard of Type 2 Hypothyroidism where blood tests are normal but the patient is still quite hypothyroid. Dr. Starr clearly and succinctly educates us with well-referenced data about how to diagnose and treat Type 2 Hypothyroidism. This book is a must-read for every medical person and anyone sick and tired of being sick and tired! It also belongs in every medical school as a mandatory text book.

Jerry Tennant, MD, MD(H), MD(P)

 

 

I believe everyone needs to review Mark Starr s book. He has a vital message to share about the many people who do not realize they have low thyroid, because standard thyroid tests do not show it. Mark Starr's dedication to research, and his devoted study with the old masters, have made him an international expert on thyroid and iodine.

 

Garry Gordon, MD, DO, MD(H)

 

 

Dr. Starr has written clear and understandable explanation of why so many people today are suffering from hypothyroidism, despite normal blood test that throw their doctors off the track. Having successfully treated several thousand type 2 hypothyroid patients myself over 23 years practice and watching them return to normal health, I applaud Dr. Starr s work which will hopefully reach many of those who are suffering so they can get help. His in-depth research and discussion of how environmental toxins can interfere with thyroid hormones is groundbreaking and enlightening for us all. Bravo Mark!

 

Robban Sica, MD

 

 

 

About the Author

As a Diplomat of the American Board of Pain Medicine and Fellow of the American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Dr. Starr delivered lectures at International Courses on Musculoskeletal Pain and Fibromyalgia. The courses were held at Mt. Sinai Hospital and University of British Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia. He is a life member of the national registry of Who's Who published in the 1999 edition. Dr. Mark Starr finished his residency in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at the University of Missouri, Rusk Rehabilitation Center in 1994. The following two years, he studied in New York City with several of the world's premier pain specialists: Hans Kraus, MD, Norman Marcus, MD. Lawrence Sonkin, MD, PhD, and Andrew A Fischer, MD, PhD. Initially, Dr. Starr worked eighteen months at the Bronx Veteran's Hospital with Dr. Fischer, the renowned musculoskeletal pain specialist, author, lecturer, and former student of Hans Kraus. Following his work with Dr. Fischer, Dr. Starr studied at the New York Pain Treatment Program at Lenox Hill Hospital, with Drs. Kraus and Marcus. Dr. Starr was treated by and studied under Dr. Sonkin, the New York Cornell Endocrinologist, who worked closely with Dr. Kraus for thirty years. Dr. Kraus' books included Therapeutic Exercise, Backache, Stress, and Tension, The Sports Injury Handbook, and Diagnosis and Treatment of Muscle Pain.

Dr. Starr has been in private practice since 1996. He has attended American Academy of Anti-aging Meetings & American Academy of Environmental Medicine meetings. Dr. Starr is involved in clinical studies on the relationship and treatment of hormone imbalances, heavy metal toxicity, Candidiasis, chemical sensitivities, chronic fatigue, and pain. He is adept at maximizing health through natural hormone therapies.

Dr. Starr has a private practice in Paradise, AZ: 

21st Century Sports and Medicine

www.21centurymed.com

(480) 607-6503

 

 

 

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