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Reminder! Dr Friedman Tonight!

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January 29, 2009, 8:30-9:30PM Eastern: Dr. Ted F.

 

Please note the changed date and later time! How can I convert to my Time Zone? Go to: http://www.globalmetric.com/time. Please note the later time!

 

Possible Questions for Dr. F.'s Live Interview

 

Dr Ted F. will be our guest in the weekly Interview/Podcast series.

 

We will take written questions first. If there is time at the end, we will take callers.

 

Short Bio:

 

Theodore C. F., M.D., Ph.D. has opened a private practice, specializing in treating patients with adrenal, pituitary, thyroid and fatigue disorders. Dr. F. has privileges at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center and Martin Luther King Medical Center. His practice includes detecting and treating hormone imbalances, including hormone replacement therapy. Dr. F. is also an expert in diagnosing and treating pituitary disorders, including Cushings disease and syndrome.

 

 

 

Dr. F.'s career reflects his ongoing quest to better understand and treat endocrine problems. With both medical and research doctoral degrees, he has conducted studies and cared for patients at some of the country's most prestigious institutions, including the University of Michigan, the National Institutes of Health, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, and UCLA's Charles Drew University of Medicine and Science.

 

He has a private practice in Los Angeles specializing in hard-to-diagnose and treat cases of adrenal, pituitary, and thyroid disorders. He is the father of three children. Dr. F. lives in California.

 

He's the "Dr House" of endocrinology. He loves complicated cases and is an outstanding diagnostician.

 

He also has a PhD in pharmacology.

 

 

 

Kate (Fairley) and Dr. Ted F. on National Geographic TV, September 2007

 

 

 

Read Dr. F.'s First Cushing's Help and Support Guest Chat

November 11, 2003 ?

 

Dr. F.'s Second Guest Transcript, March 2, 2004 ?

 

friedman-book_small.jpg The Everything Health Guide to Thyroid Disease: Professional Advice on Getting the Right Diagnosis, Managing Your Symptoms, And Feeling Great (Everything: Health and Fitness) (Paperback)

 

by Theodore C., M.D., Ph.D. F. (Author), Winnie Yu (Author)

 

If you have a thyroid condition, you are not alone. An estimated 13 million Americans suffer from thyroid disease. The Everything Health Guide to Thyroid Disease, cowritten by acclaimed thyroid specialist, Theodore C. F., is the authoritative handbook you need to help you live with this disease. You'll learn about:

  • How the thyroid functions and dysfunctions
  • Who is at risk for thyroid disease
  • Well-known thyroid disorders-hyper, hypo, and Grave's disease
  • Far-reaching effects (weight loss and gain, anxiety, depression)
  • Treatments and living with the disease

Complete with a glossary, additional resources, and even a section on thyroid disease in children, The Everything Health Guide to Thyroid Disease is the complete guide for everyday healthy living.

 

Sample chapters (PDF format)

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I don't know about anyone else---but I'm having trouble getting things to load up...

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Somehow it finally started...

 

Great Job! Thanks!!!

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I wasn't able to listen it kept buffering. Does anyone know how soon will it be available to download?

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He's coming back Feb 19 to continue since there were so many unanswered questions.

 

 

That's so good of him; he provides such a wealth of information, and has such a refreshingly open mind.

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Thanks Mary O and Dr. F. . . . and I can't wait for February 19.

 

Next time we hit a wall with Mike's endocrine issues, we are heading to LA!

 

MaryK

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I missed it, Mushy Brain-Itis! Ahhhhh!

 

I will listen to it on our drive Saturday with Anthony.

 

Thanks for doing this!

 

Lisa :wub:

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Penny, in about 30" you should be able to hear it here: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/CushingsHelp/

 

MaryO will upload it to iTunes soon, too, and you can find it there with the keyword Cushing's. (I think that's how I find them...lol!)

 

Hugs,

Robin

Thanks Robin, I was listening when is was talking about hyperplasia and it cut out and started to buffer again. This is really something I wanted to hear about. I can't wait to listen.

 

Thanks again.

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Whats the opening song? I ended up bawling my eyes out before the interview started.

 

http://lyrics.payplay.fm/Heather+Sullivan/Stronger

 

<H1 id=pageName>Stronger BUY DIGITALby Heather Sullivan </H1>Has the world gone wild

Does it seem a little colder

I?ve gone a thousand miles

And I feel a little older

But so much wiser

 

I have burned

And I have tried

I?ve made my way through the Dark

Lighting candles

Sometimes I?ve cried

But I am stronger now

A little stronger now

 

And If I still have a heart

I will love a little harder

And if it all falls apart

I will dig a little deeper

Move a little closer

 

Because I?ve yearned

To be free

From the chains that have bound me

I?ve been tangled

Now I believe

That I am stronger now

A little stronger now

Because I?ve burned

 

I found it on a free-use site...(MaryO showed me the site)

 

You can find the music here: (Page down) http://podsafeaudio.com/jamroom/bands/858/

 

Hugs,

Robin

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That was great!

Judy

 

And Judy's family is famous now :o

 

Thanks so much ladies, and Dr. F, for a wonderfuly informative interview!

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I just listened to it - I now know why you all think he's great! :)

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