Active ingredients: abacavir;lamivudine
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- eight years on Levothyroxine. 100 microgram for seven years. Then 125 mg. - No symptoms of hypothyroidism prior to starting taking the med as it's prescribed by my PCP based on my high TSH - Excellent health condition, even now, except cancer. - Almost impeccably healthy life style. No packaged, processed or fast food. Only dine out twice a month. Eat five vegetables a day. No refined grains. Eat broccoli just about everyday even when on vacation. - Sterling family health history. My parents lived to 98 and 86. Their mothers and sisters all lived to 90s'. No family history of cancer. - Avid endurance runner. 30 miles per week at 7 mhp. Pulse is 43. HDL 136. - Working out 7 hours per week - No hormone treatment. No birth control pills. - Only known risk factors: childless, slightly late than normal menopause (56), dense breasts (from exercise?) - Lump appeared six months after my wellness exam in my PCP's office. Do you know anyone with similar health background? It is depressing and scaring. I have done just about everything. So what else can I do to avoid the cancer recurrence? Should I stop taking Levothyroxine?
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