About Jeffrey Dach MD

Medical Director of TrueMedMD, a Clinic in Davie Florida specializing in Bioidentical Hormones and Natural thyroid. Office address 7450 Griffin Road Suite 190, Davie, Florida 33314 telephone 954-792-4663

Thyroid T3/T4 Combination Therapy vs T4-Monotherapy

Thyroid T3/T4 Combination Therapy vs T4-Monotherapy by Jeffrey Dach MD Susan is a 42-year-old Professor of Literature at the local college. About four years ago, she was treated with radioactive iodine (thyroid ablation) for Graves’ Disease. Susan now requires lifelong … Continue reading

Covid 19 Vaccines a Time for Reassessment

=============================================== Click Here to View Dr YoungBlood’s Presentation to San Diego City ============================================== C0\/lD \/@xxines – Just Another Failed Ĉlinical Ŧrial – Caused by Antibody Dependent Enhancement Dr. Scot Youngblood’s presentation to the San Diego City Council on September 16th, … Continue reading

Hashimoto’s With Normal TSH, When to Treat

Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis with Normal TSH, When to Treat ? A 15 year old girl in high school arrived to my office with her mother.  She carried the diagnosis of Hashimoto’s Autoimmune Thyroid Disease.  Her laboratory studies showed a TSH within … Continue reading

Peter McCuIIough Co\/id \/accine Update Texas Senate Testimony

Peter McCullough Covid Vaccine Update Texas Senate Testimony by Jeffrey Dach MD If you are regular reader of this blog, you probably noticed I have taken a break in writing about Covid-19 and the mRNA Vaccines.  However, it is worth … Continue reading

Mortality Reduction in Diabetics with PDE5 Inhibitor Statin Testosterone Combo

Mortality Reduction in Diabetics with  PDE5 Inhibitor, Statin, and Testosterone Combination by Jeffrey Dach MD While researching nitric oxide and the plant based diet, I came across this 2017 study by Geoffrey Hackett in the World Journal of Diabetes, “Statin, … Continue reading

Getting Off Omeprazole-Prilosec and other PPIs

Getting Off Omeprazole-Prilosec and other PPIs by Jeffrey Dach MD Getting off omeprazole and other PPI’s (proton pump inhibitors) can be difficult because of the nasty rebound hyper-acidity caused by high gastrin levels. Left image 40 mg omeprazole capsule courtesy … Continue reading