I read when a GP makes a diagnosis of depression - this is a higher rating than a diagnosis of thyroid problems. So, the longer we are undermedicated, the more issues we have, the more times the GP can diagnose 'depression', the higher the rating of the centre... Is this true? Then we have the free scripts for life, blood tests and treatment. Seems there's a major financial issue for the NHS/medical centres to avoid diagnosis of thyroid problems - am I correct in thinking this?
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