TSH (Thyroid Stimulating Hormone) Reference Range Wars

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  1. Giraffe

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    I highly recommend reading the full article, there is a lot of information and advice on that site.

    Some excerpts:

    What is a reference range? Changing the reference range.
    The two sides of the public debate
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    Wartofsky & Dickey, "Controversy in Clinical Endocrinology: The Evidence for a Narrower Thyrotropin Reference Range is Compelling," Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism 90(9)/5483-5488
     
  2. Drareg

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    Thanks.
    These points were put several times by several different members but just ignored by those with an agenda against their imaginary Peat views.
     
  3. Queequeg

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    Is this imaginary? "I think it's best to keep the TSH around 0.4" Ray Peat
    Nothing in that paper supports this recommendation.
    and stop hijacking threads with your religious agenda
     
  4. Such_Saturation

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  5. Drareg

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    Have another read of the paper in question,try switching of your mania fuelled brain for 5 mins,you have far more in common with religious fanaticism than I do,your religion is "scientific well respected peer reviewed papers" because your hubris says so. Your essentially a priest of "scientific well respected peer reviewed papers".
     
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