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Which one of the following statements is false?

Which one of the following statements is false?

a. Cortisol is required for glucagon to be fully effective.

b. A person with Hashimoto’s disease would have low levels of circulating thyroid hormones.

c. If a person with type 1 diabetes suffers a severe traumatic injury, his dosage of insulin should beincreased.

d. Because the drug phenobarbital increases the rate of T4 degradation by the liver, one would expect thisdrug to increase circulating levels of TSH.

e. If a person had a hormone-secreting tumor of thyrotropes in the anterior pituitary, one would expectlevels of TRH secretion to be higher than normal.

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