If this question has been asked before...sorry, I missed it. I know that Drs often times want post thyroid cancer patients to have a suppressed TSH to keep cancer from returning. If suppressed TSH keeps it from returning, why wouldn't one want it suppressed to keep thyroid cancer from starting? I just read a LONG article written by Dr. Jeffery Dach titled...TSH Suppression Benefits. He mentioned that some Drs. used suppressed TSH to shrink nodules. As I mentioned...the article was long and a bit of a snoozer in parts. He did go into the misinformation that many Drs state as fact, that suppressed TSH leads to osteoporosis.
Has anyone read any other articles on this subject?