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  • dannie38 has replied to a post on the message board

    Thank you Adam for your kind words, I must make a decision this week so please remember me in your prayers.  

    October 28, 2012 view post
    • dannie38 has created a new message board discussion

      I was initially diagnosed with papillary Thyroid cancer in 2003. Surgery, ablation, 2 more RAI, rediagnosed 2008 more surgery removed five nodes from chest head neck, diagnosed with stage 4 thyroid cancer.  I have just been diagnosed in July with nine new nodes in my lungs largest at that time was 4mm. Just had new CT September 16, the nodes have tripled in size.  The largest is located very close...

      October 25, 2012 view discussion
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        I was originally diagnosed with thyroid cancer in 2003, supposed to be one quick surgery maybe one RAI ablation and all should be fine. not so 5 ablations 6 months off and on in Vanderbilt another surgery and the maximum amount of RAI that any human is supposed to ever have.  I now have none lung nodes..One located on a main artery close to my aaorta.The cardiologist says he can get the one for biopsy but I am d...

        October 11, 2012 view discussion
        • dannie38 has replied to a post on the message board

          I absolutely do understand your situation, ironically I am the early stage of where your wife is now.  I was diagnosed with thyroid cancer in 2003 was told it was a simple surgery and an ablation and that would be the end of it.  This many years 5 ablations and another surgery later and I am now diagnosed with lung cancer and they have just done mri of the brain and have the abdominal and pelvic scheduled f...

          March 10, 2012 view post
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