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Campaigning Team volunteers wanted :) for UK

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  • Posted By: whitbywitchuk
  • February 19, 2009
  • 04:25 PM

If you are not familiar with the new guidelines which will affect the treatment of hypothyroidism in the UK please read Mary Shomons article here


In light of the recent scandellous guidelines imposed on us and the Drs in the UK we are looking for people to form small teams to disguss and implement ideas for getting the word out to the wider audience, and in short do anything that might help our cause.

It is a full time job for many of the advocates with total dedication but because there are different levels of fitness on the forums I would like to get people together who can share the roles so that they don't feel too innundated and pressured, ie there is always another part of the team who can help. This takes the pressure off. Plus there are people to bat idease around with.

Ideally I would like to form teams of 4 people.

Would anyone who is interested in helping, or would like to become part of a team because they are already in the process of chasing something and feeling unwell so would like some help with it, please email me/pm me with your details and email addy and I will get all the names together and then send you all each others details.

Would be nice if we had team names too, team code name BigMammasforARmour, lol. I am sure people could come up with awesome team names much better than that one :).

I am hoping everyone will rally round and get this thing going.

take care and lotsa luv

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