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12 Years old daughter with papillary thyroid cancer

rcbert
Posts: 8
Joined: Apr 2010

Is there anyone out there who was diagnoised with papillary thyroid cancer at such a young age. My daughter had a total thyroidectomy January 2010, and is now dealing with getting her TSH level under control.

Eiramna
Posts: 1
Joined: Jul 2010

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july297
Posts: 1
Joined: Aug 2014

hi i just saw your post, my daughter 29 years old is a recent diagnosis of papillary thyroid cancer, meeting with surgeon this week. would appreciate any information of this product to look into it. thank you

Mickeyshell95
Posts: 3
Joined: Jul 2010

Hi. I am new to this site, and my 13 yr old daughter was just diagnosed with papillary carcinoma. She had her thyroid removed last week. We are now waiting for her levels to drop so we can do a full body scan to see if it has spread to any other part of her body. She will be starting her radioactive iodine treatment soon after that. I hate that you are going thru the same thing as I am, but I am glad I read your post. Maybe we can be a support to each other. I know it is a horrible, sick, and helpless feeling!

rcbert
Posts: 8
Joined: Apr 2010

Hi, I am glad you found this site. It will be nice to talk to someone going thru the same thing. My daughter right now is trying to lower her TSH levels with her medicine, that seems to be going pretty well. How is your daughter doing? Did you go to www.thyca.org web site there is alot of information on that site. Good luck to you all and lets try to keep in contact. We live in upstate NY.

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