As we all know Mandi just had her thyroid removed. For some reason I hadnt thought about that as an option. As a result I have not done any research on it up until now and Ive done that just in the last day. From what Ive learned so far it appears to be a much wiser choice to get your life back on track in a very short period of time. Im wondering why more people have not made this choice above RAI. I understand that there are risks but as we know, there are no matter what you choose. I would like to learn more about this...Kathy
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