"suspicious cancerous cells"

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RE: "suspicious cancerous cells"

by butterfly501 on Wed Feb 22, 2017 11:49 PM

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Your ignorance of the situation is astounding.

Have fun continuing to throw your internet conspiracy theories around here.

You're not helpful or supportive to anyone who actually has thyroid cancer.

Anything you or your followers claim should be taken with a huge grain of salt and as always:

caveat emptor/buyer beware.

With that; you're on MUTE to me.

RE: "suspicious cancerous cells"

by Jason1 on Thu Feb 23, 2017 12:05 AM

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On Feb 22, 2017 11:49 PM butterfly501 wrote:

Your ignorance of the situation is astounding.

Have fun continuing to throw your internet conspiracy theories around here.

You're not helpful or supportive to anyone who actually has thyroid cancer.

Anything you or your followers claim should be taken with a huge grain of salt and as always:

caveat emptor/buyer beware.

With that; you're on MUTE to me.

Oh no, i'm on "mute"....i'm truly devastated!

LOL, funny stuff.

But you know, this is a typical reaction with some people who won't/can't accept differant points of view.

RE: "suspicious cancerous cells"

by delocher on Fri Mar 03, 2017 02:36 AM

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On Oct 24, 2016 9:58 AM dragonjss42 wrote:

My FNAB just came back a few days ago and said it was suspicious. My Dr. is supposed to referee me to an endocrinologist do all suspicious results have to be surgicaly removed or will there be further testing.

Hello...

My biopsy came back suspicious...just suspicious...

My ENDO wanted another biopsy DNA marking (not sure if that is what it is called)

To see if biopsy benign or not.

Said he would not due surgery unless it came back again as suspicious or malignant.

I get this biopsy back 3/8/17

RE: "suspicious cancerous cells"

by ToddlerFather on Fri Mar 03, 2017 02:45 PM

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A biopsy will be useful either to rule out cancer, or if it's determined that it is cancer, to determine the course of action. So getting this information is of value and worth the wait. 

But even if not malignant, a benign tumor can cause a lot of havoc...  so frankly I don't see an option with no surgery in your future. But knowing what it is is key to decide to remove just one of sides, remove the whole thyroid, remove lymph nodes etc. 

For now, focus on getting a clear picture of what's happening. 

 

RE: "suspicious cancerous cells"

by joezz on Sun Mar 05, 2017 06:35 PM

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i just passed on surgery my biopsy came back susicious i just cant do this now i have had this lump on my lower left side for a long time over 4 years so yes maybe cancer maybe not but  i can  not accept having my self cut open just yet so i will talk to another surgeon have a better c scan i just dont understand why these tests are so uncertain i really do not want my( part) of my thyroid removed the meds are so ify i find it odd that i get stuck with this problem it really stinks thats for sure , i talked this over with a very older gentelmen and he says do not let them take your thyroid out i know he is not a doctor but i do understand what he is telling me so for now i an in a messy position

RE: "suspicious cancerous cells"

by Brenda059 on Mon Mar 06, 2017 03:52 AM

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Joezz, try not to get too worried about this. Many of us have had our thyroid glands removed and are doing very well afterwards on medication. I had my total thyroidectomy fifteen months ago and have been very well ever since on my thyroid replacement hormone.

RE: "suspicious cancerous cells"

by Brenda059 on Mon Mar 06, 2017 04:00 AM

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On Feb 22, 2017 10:28 PM Jason1 wrote:

This is 2017, not 1950. Patients should not have to undergo muliple FNA's, etc, to get a conclusive diagnosis one way or the other.

Where is all that cancer "research" money $$$$$$ going?

Nevermind, I already know!

Jason, since you claim to be comfortable with your decision not to treat your throid tumour, it seems odd that you are still frequenting a thyroid cancer message board.

What do you hope to gain by being here if all you ever do is cast doubt on the ability and integrity of those medical practitioners who are actually trying to help people? 

RE: "suspicious cancerous cells"

by joezz on Tue Mar 07, 2017 03:27 AM

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Thanks 

RE: "suspicious cancerous cells"

by xreuzz on Fri Jul 28, 2017 01:02 AM

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hi everyone. i am maricel 29 years of age from philippines.. when i get the result og my biopsy doctor said that i need to under go surgery as soon as posible..because "suspicious papillary carcinoma" means its cancer...i am so depressed right now...because i dont even have money to undergo surgery...i already go to medical assistance so i have a free surgery but sad to say there's no budget... i am so depressed i feel like i am hopeless how can i get over with this...my opinion or chance is to save money so i can under go surgery but i think it cost 1year to save or maybe 2 years...anyone can advice me please help me... or my life will be end this year?? i am so scared about this..because doctor said... :(

RE: "suspicious cancerous cells"

by xreuzz on Fri Jul 28, 2017 01:02 AM

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hi everyone. i am maricel 29 years of age from philippines.. when i get the result og my biopsy doctor said that i need to under go surgery as soon as posible..because "suspicious papillary carcinoma" means its cancer...i am so depressed right now...because i dont even have money to undergo surgery...i already go to medical assistance so i have a free surgery but sad to say there's no budget... i am so depressed i feel like i am hopeless how can i get over with this...my opinion or chance is to save money so i can under go surgery but i think it cost 1year to save or maybe 2 years...anyone can advice me please help me... or my life will be end this year?? i am so scared about this..because doctor said... :(

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