Just happened across a new book - 70 Years of Levothyroxine.
Unusually, it appears that it is intended to be Open Access - online with only the physical paper copies being charged for. (I hope I've got that right!)
To be published, in physical form, on 21/02/2021.
I'll be as fair as I can and reserve opinion until it is available. Though I'll admit to my expectations being quite low.
70 Years of Levothyroxine
Editors: Kahaly, George J. (Ed.)
• Written by leading experts
This open access book presents the history, pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics of levothyroxine, discussing its role in the thyroid pathophysiology of patients of various ages and during pregnancy. It also describes the influence of levothyroxine on heart, bone and in cancer.
When it was first synthesized in 1949, levothyroxine represented a significant advance in the treatment of hypothyroidism, providing a safe and effective treatment option for millions of hypothyroid patients around the globe. This synthetic form of thyroxine is now one of the most prescribed drugs in the world. Levothyroxine was first introduced by Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany, in 1972, and since then the company has remained actively engaged in research on this mainstay of hypothyroidism treatment.
This book is intended for healthcare professionals.
The above is a link to the publisher's site. You can find it mentioned all over the place - everywhere that sells that sort of book, around the world. Cost around 45 pounds.