Every day I receive an alert telling me about new papers in PubMed "thyroid" somewhere. The numbers vary, the quality varies, the relevance varies, but what doesn't vary is the accumulation of evidence that thyroid isn't simple thing but is enormously complicated.
Sometimes I have sympathy with doctors, especially ordinary GPs, who simply cannot keep up with the torrent of papers. I have far, far less sympathy with and understanding of the whole of clinical endocrinology. It appears that this torrent flows past them, like someone holding onto a lamp-post in a flood. Once it has passed, they dry themselves and forget all about it. They don't tell everyone else so that others can gain from this torrent, use the information, apply it to patients.
Today's alert identified 26 papers, and I have put abstracts together in a PDF (as available):