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This three part series presents a fresh look at how hormones exert their influence on target tissues and what multi-layered interactions may be occurring to complicate our understanding of clinical presentations. Family physicians who prescribe hormone replacement will be helped by this comprehensive tutorial, which contains information glossed-over or never  taught in medical schools. Dr Gillson explains the hormone interactions underlying clinical presentations including: apparent estrogen dominance and deficiency, apparent progesterone excess and deficiency, apparent low androgens, reduced tissue activity of thyroid hormone T3, dysregulated patterns of cortisol as measured in saliva, low DHEA, osteoporosis and opioid use.

Part 1: March 22, 2016

Part 2: March 29, 2016

Due to technical difficulties, the first 12 seconds of the recording do not have sound. This was the introduction and did not contain crucial information. 

Part3: April 5, 2016

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