‘Thyroid Cancer in Young Adults Column’ Archives
When I was diagnosed with cancer, I immediately hit the internet. I needed information, and Google became my best friend. Here’s what I discovered: there is an ABUNDANCE of information [Read] | no responses.
As you know, January is Thyroid Awareness Month. This month, we want you to BRING IT and make your voices heard. As we create and spread awareness for thyroid diseases and cancers, I [Read] | 8 responses.
Today, I want to share with you a few of my favorite online articles/resources for thyroid disease and cancer. Each link under the topics below is a resource that I personally use and [Read] | 7 responses.
I received an email a few days ago from a fellow thyroid cancer survivor asking me for some medical advice. This survivor was scared she was having a recurrence and wanted to know my [Read] | 6 responses.
In my last article, Are We Becoming Weapons of Mass Destruction?, I wrote about my personal experience with radioactive iodine and my belief that we need stricter guidelines to protect [Read] | 9 responses.
Throughout the past week or so, there has been an abundance of news stories on the dangers of radioactive iodine (RAI) to others. I want to talk about this because SO many of us have to [Read] | 37 responses.
As you’ve lived with disease, have you ever had friends or family members tell you to stay positive? That everything is going to be okay? The day I was diagnosed with cancer, one of [Read] | 11 responses.
In the previous two installments of this column (here and here), I’ve shared with you statistics about thyroid cancer. I shared those with you because numbers can be powerful. Seeing a [Read] | 4 responses.