All Anaplastic Thyroid Cancer Articles

Radiation exposure may increase risk of thyroid disorders
One potential cause of thyroid disorders is exposure to radiation. People who have been exposed to production of nuclear weapons or above-ground detonation of an atomic bomb may have a higher risk for developing thyroid cancer, according to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). Moreover, children who have been exposed to nuclear substances may be more vulnerable to these conditions than adults.
Mutated gene may induce development of thyroid cancer
Scientists at the Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center have identified a gene called PTEN that may induce the development of thyroid cancer when mutated.
Mayo Clinic: Rarely used anaplastic thyroid cancer treatment highly effective
Doctors at the Mayo Clinic have said that a new approach to anaplastic thyroid cancer, which is a rare malignancy, has produced significant results, although it has only been used on a small group of patients.
Thyroid Hormone Replacement Therapy for Papillary Thyroid Cancer
Managing Hormone Changes after Surgery
If you have a total thyroidectomy for papillary thyroid cancer (also known as papillary thyroid carcinoma), you will become hypothyroid and will need to take thyroid hormone replacement therapy. Learn about this treatment in this article.
Papillary Thyroid Cancer Prevention
Researchers haven't determined what causes papillary thyroid cancer (also known as papillary thyroid carcinoma), so it can't fully be prevented. But there are some ways to reduce your risk of developing it. Learn more in this article.
Surgery for Papillary Thyroid Cancer
What You Need to Know about a Thyroidectomy
The first line of treatment for papillary thyroid cancer, also known as papillary thyroid carcinoma, is to eliminate the cancer cells by surgically removing the thyroid. This procedure is known as a thyroidectomy. Learn more about it in this article.
Radioactive Iodine for Papillary Thyroid Cancer
A Safe and Effective Second Line of Treatment
If you have large tumors, or if your papillary thyroid cancer has spread to the lymph nodes or other parts of your body, then you will need radioactive iodine treatment after thyroid surgery. Read this article to learn more about this therapy.
Papillary Thyroid Cancer Facts and Tips
Article includes facts and tips about papillary thyroid cancer, which is the most common type of thyroid cancer. Read interesting facts about papillary thyroid carcinoma, and get quick information about its symptoms, causes, and treatments.
Papillary Thyroid Cancer Diagnosis
Fine Needle Aspiration Biopsy Is the Most Common Test
There are many tests your doctor may use to diagnose papillary thyroid cancer (also known as papillary thyroid carcinoma). Article explains common tests, including fine needle aspiration biopsy, ultrasound, and blood tests.
Papillary Thyroid Cancer Complications
Can Your Thyroid Cancer Return?
Even if you receive treatment for your papillary thyroid cancer (also known as papillary thyroid carcinoma), the cancer may return. Fortunately, this complication is treatable. Read more about recurrent papillary thyroid cancer in this article.
Papillary Thyroid Cancer Causes
Researchers believe changes in genes cause cells to abnormally grow and divide, leading to papillary thyroid cancer. However, why these genes mutate is often a mystery. Read more in this article.
Papillary Thyroid Cancer Risk Factors
What Increases Your Chances of Developing this Disease?
The exact causes of papillary thyroid cancer are unknown. However, there are risk factors that may raise your risk of developing the disease.
Papillary Thyroid Cancer
A Common and Very Treatable Form of Thyroid Cancer
Papillary thyroid cancer, also known as papillary thyroid carcinoma, is the most common form of thyroid cancer. This article provides an overview of papillary thyroid cancer, including links to help you learn more.
Papillary Thyroid Cancer Symptoms
Thyroid Nodules and Swollen Lymph Nodes
Many patients with papillary thyroid cancer, also known as papillary thyroid carcinoma, don't experience any symptoms. The first sign is usually a painless lump called a thyroid nodule. Article includes other symptoms of papillary thyroid cancer.
Thyroid Tumor Staging
Defining the size and characteristics of a cancerous thyroid tumor
After thyroid cancer is diagnosed, it is staged. “Staging” is a tool your doctor uses to classify characteristics about your malignant thyroid tumor. Staging the tumor helps your doctor determine the best treatment for your type of thyroid cancer.

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