Celebrities with thyroid issues

Hilary Clinton - The former United States Secretary of State suffers with hypothyroidism, a condition in which the thyroid gland doesn’t produce enough hormones.

Leona Lewis - British singer-songwriter Leona Lewis suffers with the thyroid condition Hashimoto's disease.

Rod Stewart -
The rock legend has had his fair share of health issues, but many don't know he suffered with papillary thyroid carcinoma.

Gigi Hadid -
The model has Hashimoto's disease. She opened up to Elle magazine about it, explaining that she'd been on medication for it for a few years.

Missy Elliott - The hip-hop icon was diagnosed with Graves' disease, an autoimmune disease that causes an overactivity of the thyroid gland.

Sofía Vergara - Sofía Vergara was 28 when she was diagnosed with thyroid cancer, which she luckily was able to have removed.

Zoe Saldana -
Another sufferer of Hashimoto's disease, the actress explained: "You create antibodies that attack your glands."

Molly Sims -
When Molly Sims had her son Brooks, she suffered with post-partum thyroiditis, which causes a swelling of the gland.

Bernie Sanders -
Sanders is in pretty decent health for his age, but he does have hypothyroidism.

George H.W. Bush -
The late George H.W. Bush had an overactive thyroid caused by Graves' disease, an autoimmune thyroid condition, during his presidency.

Roger Ebert -
The late American film critic was diagnosed with cancer of the thyroid and salivary glands in 2002, and in the following years he suffered many health complications.

Wendy Williams - In 2018, Williams announced to the viewers of her talk show that she was suffering with Graves' disease and was pausing her show.

Brooke Burke -
The model and media personality revealed in 2012 that she had thyroid cancer but had suffered with Hashimoto's disease before that.

Catherine Bell -
When the 'JAG' and 'Army Wives' actress was 21, her dentist noticed a lump on her throat that turned out to be thyroid cancer. She had it surgically removed.

Joe Piscopo -
Piscopo developed thyroid cancer during a successful 'Saturday Night Live' run in the 1980s.

Gena Lee Nolin -
The 'Baywatch' and 'Sheena' actress released a book in 2013 exploring her battle with thyroid disease.

Angie Everhart -
The model and actress had to undergo surgery to operate and remove thyroid cancer in 2013.

Jenny Mollen -
The American actress and author has suffered with Graves' disease, which led to weight loss, fatigue, and period issues.

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