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Barnes and Noble Book Signing 

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Where:

Barnes and Noble – Kierland
7030 E Greenway Parkway Ste 150
Scottsdale, AZ 85254

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When:
Saturday February 26, 2011 from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM MST
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Greetings!   
 

It’s official.  My book, “The Complete Idiot’s Guide to ThyroidDr. Christianson Disease” is in bookstores! 

 

And guess what?  Barnes and Noble at Kierland invited me to sign books for you this Saturday, Feb. 26th!  To be honest, I’m a little nervous.  But it’s also really exciting.  And I’d like to personally invite you to stop by and say “hi.”  I would be happy to answer a few of your thyroid questions while you are there.
  
  
WHEN: Saturday, February 26th.  1:00pm- 3:00pm
WHERE:  Barnes and Noble – Kierland
7030 E. Greenway Parkway (see map on left)
  
    
Be sure to click on the link below to register or RSVP.  I’ve been told they’ve only ordered 36 books for this event.  So if we know you are coming, we can try to save a copy for you.   
  
Hope to see you soon.
  
In Good Health,
  
Dr. Alan Christianson
  
 
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FROM Amazon: 

  
“Reasons to check out this book include: 

– 30 million Americans have thyroid disease, but only half of them know it. 

– Possible symptoms are gaining weight, feeling exhausted, being depressed, anxiety attacks, insomnia, hair loss, brittle nails, reduced sexual desire…and/or any of dozens of other problems. 

– It’s probably not “just your imagination,” or “just stress” or “just old age.” Don’t accept a lower quality of life when you can do something about it. 

– Many doctors fail to recognize thyroid disease symptoms. 

– Many doctors fail to run the right tests for thyroid disease. 

– Many doctors fail to prescribe the best medication. 

– This book will tell you everything you need to know about how to find out whether you have hypothyroidism, hyperthyroidism, thyroid cancer, or some other thyroid disease — and if you do, how to most effectively treat it. “

  

If you can’t make it to the book signing this weekend, you can still click HERE to buy it on Amazon.

 

  

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