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Lymph Nodes in Thyroid Cancer

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Experts from MSKCC say that removing suspicious lymph nodes during thyroid cancer surgery may not affect treatment outcomes for most patients.
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John Taylor (8 месяцев назад)
Thyroid cancer is not a "good" cancer, and my mothers diagnosis came late. She had a 15cm sub-sternal tumour that was not picked up at any time prior to surgery .... nobody picked it up during the years she complained about her symptoms. Her suffering prior to surgery wasn't good to see, and the way it has affected her life after surgery is terrible .... nothing is good about this cancer at all.
Gandhi-Wuz-KooKoo (1 год назад)
The video would be a lot better if you could understand the Indian guy.
NatsChat (6 лет назад)
Thyroid cancer overall has some of the best survival rates, but that doesn't make it "good" or "friendly." There are still quality of life issues, and many patients require multiple surgeries or treatments. Then there's the followup which often brings the stress of possible recurrence or suspicion of a 2nd cancer. Type of thyroid cancer also matters, with medullary & anaplastic having very different outcomes than papillary/follicular.
buzzkillx3 (6 лет назад)
I've had 2 surgerys and 2 radiation treatments ... onto my next radiation treatment ... keep spreading to my lympth nodes ... should I continue to see my endocrinologist or consider a 2nd opionion from an oncologist?
Anonymous K (7 лет назад)
Thank you for posting this video very helpful in understanding this disease

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