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Tag Archives for " Thyroid Cancer "

Thyroid Cancer- Delay Treatment to Reduce Overtreatment

“These findings suggest that a substantial and growing part of the detected thyroid cancers are overdiagnosed and overtreated.” The argument for overdiagnosis and overtreatment of thyroid cancer

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Got Lumps in your Neck? Wondering about Thyroid Cancer?

Here are the new guidelines for thyroid cancer management from the American Thyroid Association– a good overview for newly diagnosed patients:  

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Thyroid, Kidney and Liver Cancer- Toxic/Non-Toxic Angiogenesis Inhibitors

Sorafenib (co-developed as Nexavar), don’t work for everyone,” Landau says. They work well in certain cancers, but not in others (for example, breast cancer). They can also wear off as time goes on.

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Anna Warner’s Thyroid Cancer Survivor Story

“Your thyroid gland absorbs nearly all of the iodine in your body. When radioactive iodine (RAI), also known as I-131, is taken into the body in liquid or capsule form, it concentrates in thyroid

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Electromagnetic Therapy for Metastatic Thyroid Cancer

Cancer-related frequencies appear to be tumor-specific and treatment with tumor-specific frequencies is feasible, well-tolerated and may have biological efficacy in patients with advanced Thyroid Cancer. Thyroid

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