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Tuesday February 12th 2019


Bringing Sexy Out of the Thyloset: Dena L., aka Justi

Post Published: 15 September 2010
Category: Bringing Sexy out of the Thyloset, Guest Bloggers, thyroid cancer awareness
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For our next stop on our blog tour, we are heading over to Justi’s MedHelp blog. Justi was diagnosed with follicular variant papillary thyroid cancer in November 2009. She had to fight for a diagnosis. She had to fight to get a doctor to listen to her. Like so many others’, Justi’s story is evidence of why we need more awareness to change both the public perception of thyroid diseases and cancers as well as the perception within the medical field. Please read her Bringing Sexy Out of the Thyloset post and show her some love and support in comments!

Dear Thyroid is asking everyone to please sign the petition sponsored by Stevie JoEllie’s Cancer Care Fund to have thyroid cancer recognized as a public health issue by the Office of the Surgeon General. Please take thirty seconds out of your day and sign the petition.

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One Response to “Bringing Sexy Out of the Thyloset: Dena L., aka Justi”

  1. Justi says:

    Thank you Dear Thyroid for giving us a voice, and helping us gain visibility!

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