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British Thyroid Foundation
Suite 12, One Sceptre House
Hornbeam Square North
Hornbeam Park


01423 810093






The BTF has set up Closed Facebook Groups for:

  • People diagnosed with thyroid cancer
  • People diagnosed with Graves’ disease
  • People diagnosed with thyroid eye disease

If you would like to join these groups please email

  • Parents of children with thyroid disorders

If you would like to join this group please email

The British Thyroid Foundation is a registered charity: England and Wales No 1006391, Scotland SC046037

Latest News

  • Milton Keynes Group Meeting 7 Feb 2018

    The Milton Keynes group will be meeting on 3rd March 2018. Dr Asif Malik Humayun, Consultant Physicial (Diabetes & Endrocrinology) of Milton Keynes University Hospital will be speaking about hypothyroidism. More details can be found here.

  • BTF/Fight For Sight Award Winners 17 Jan 2018

    Dr Maryse Bailly and Dr I-Hui Yang are the recipients of the 2017 BTF/FFS Small Grant for 2017. More information on their research into Thyroid Eye Disease can be found here.

  • Big Blind Walk 10 Jan 2018

    Julian Jackson lost his sight in 2010. Now he plans to raise money for the BTF and the National Eye Research Centre on his 1000 mile Big Blind Walk from Land's End to John O'Groats. To find out how you can support him and our other fundraisers, visit this page.

  • TEDct Patient Information Meeting 2018 10 Jan 2018

    TEDct are supporting a Patient Information Meeting at Moorfields in London on 3 March 2018. Attendees are required to register by 28th February. See the flyer for more details.

Medical Queries

We have a comprehensive range of guides on thyroid disorders and treatments available to download for free:

You may also contact us via email at for support, though please note that it may take our medical advisors several weeks to answer your queries.

All Trials

Clinical trials are used to test new and existing treatments. Sometimes the results (the overall picture of the treatment’s effects) are not published - which means that other medical researchers and doctors cannot use them. If you would like to change this situation to the ultimate benefit of patients, please sign the AllTrials petition.AllTrials petition