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Anniversary #8 – My Journey with Thyroid Cancer

8 years.   That is how long it has been since I heard the diagnosis that I had Stage 3 thyroid cancer and received a total thyroidectomy with neck dissection.  Over 80 nodes removed from my thyroid and neck –  with 1/3 or more of them to be found riddled with papillary cancer. Thankfully, I […]

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Lucky 7 – Life after a thyroid cancer diagnosis

Lucky 7. This really is a number that resonates with me through my thyroid cancer journey. If you are interested in the “whole saga” here is a link. Why is the number 7 significant? Let me explain… 

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My annual reminder that I survived cancer

Every year I go on my annual trek to Johns Hopkins Hospital (JHH) to undergo a few assorted tests and visit with one of my Top Docs. As you may know, JHH is known for Top Docs across many specialities, mine happen to focus on “matters of the neck and thyroid”. This annual “date” with Top Doc is important, albeit nerve -wracking. I tend to use this time to reflect, write and educate – about Thyroid cancer navigating the world as a cancer patient.

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