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Neuropsychiatric Complaints in Graves’ Disease: Webinar Highlights
source: Graves’ Disease & Thyroid Foundation (GDATF)
A chance meeting at a medical conference in the early days of the Graves’ Disease and Thyroid Foundation (back then the National Graves’ Disease Foundation) led to a groundbreaking research paper on neuropsychiatric complaints in Graves’ disease. More than 20 years later, a member of the original research team set out to see if anything has changed.
You might have read the GDATF’s patient bulletin, “What’s Wrong With Me? I’m Not Myself Anymore?” You might have even downloaded or printed a copy to help your friends and family members better understand how Graves’ disease can affect issues like mood, sleep, and concentration. But you might not know that the origin of that bulletin goes back to the early days of the Foundation’s history (we were known then as the National Graves’ Disease Foundation) when founder Dr. Nancy Hord Patterson was exhibiting at a meeting of the American Psychiatric Association.
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