An on-line "garden" where you can plant a virtual flower and label it with someone's name and a message of hope. And while you're there, take a look around at other flowers nearby and maybe "water" some by selecting a message from a list.
An excellent low iodine cookbook, complete with basic guidelines, for those with thyroid cancer who will be undergoing radioactive iodine treatment.
The "LID" - low iodine diet - deprives your body of iodine, and is normally done for a period of 2 weeks prior, and 24-48 hours following radioactive iodine treatment doses. It is important to carefully adhere to the diet particularly for the 7 days prior to treatment.
The resulting low iodine dietary content ensures your body 'soaks up' as much of the radioactive iodine treatment as possible, in all 'thyroid like' tissues, including cancerous ones.
This free resource is yet another valuable contribution to us, provided by the folks at THYCA, located at www.thyca.org
"Nutrition and Cancer: State of the Art will save countless lives and reduce needless suffering by bringing the latest health advances to the attention of both health professionals and the public. Here, many readers will find the precise information that will be life-saving to them. This vital information may also serve humanity in a manner not directly intended by Dr. Goodman."
Richard A. Passwater, Ph. D.
Berlin, Maryland USA.
This booklet provides patients with information about the different types of thyroid cancer, available tests and treatment, and sources of further help, all written from the patients' perspective by people who have been through it themselves. Available from the British Thyroid Foundation PO Box 97, CLifford, Wetherby, West Yorkshire LS23 6XD, UK. See also http://www.btf-thyroid.org.
Hypoparathyroidism UK is run for people with HPTH by people with HPTH, with help and advice from interested professionals, and is affiliated to the Hypoparathyroidism Association, a worldwide registered charity. It is a helpful resource for anyone who has suffered parathyroid damage as a consequence of surgery for thyroid cancer.
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