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  • butterfly501 has replied to a post on the message board

    The professional guidelines recommend pet with fdg when Tg rises but RAI imaging is negative. 

    May 16 at 5:55 AM view post
    • butterfly501 has replied to a post on the message board

      But your Tg is still on the rise?

      May 15 at 12:40 AM view post
      • butterfly501 has replied to a post on the message board

        I guess the header title should read: How was your thyroid cancer found?

        May 10 at 1:50 AM view post
        • butterfly501 has replied to a post on the message board

          From first had experience, the difference between the FNA from my surgeon to the FNA at Van Rad with the radiologist was huge!  My surgeon was an awesome surgeon but his FNA skills were a little sloppy.  The radiologist was smooth as silk though.  I could tell he does these FNAs all day long. Good luck to you!

          May 04 at 12:38 AM view post
          • butterfly501 has replied to a post on the message board

            No side effects for me. 

            May 04 at 12:35 AM view post
            • butterfly501 has replied to a post on the message board

              NUHW calls on Justice Department to investigate Kaiser Permanente’s long wait times, paper wait lists, and falsified appointment records https://nuhw.org/nuhw-calls-justice-department-investigate-kaiser-permanentes-long-wait-times-paper-wait-lists-falsified-appointment-records/ I guess not much changes there.

              May 03 at 10:50 PM view post
              • butterfly501 has replied to a post on the message board

                She lives in my town!  And Vancouver Radiologists takes ALL insurance and if they don't will give you a discounted rate, with a payment plan with zero interest.  Yep, we work hard and spend a lot of money on that "wonderful" coverage.

                May 03 at 10:30 PM view post
                • butterfly501 has replied to a post on the message board

                  All you have to do is ask.  How many FNAs do you perform a day? a week? a month?  Ask.  Don't assume...or rely on online reviews.

                  May 03 at 9:17 AM view post
                  • butterfly501 has replied to a post on the message board

                    If you want to sit and wait until july for a simply FNA, that is your choice.  And I cannot understand an insurance that gives a patient ZERO choices.

                    May 03 at 9:13 AM view post
                    • butterfly501 has replied to a post on the message board

                      There's probably also an article that says 1 in 4 FNAs are done by Genral Surgeons...like my first one was.  Not understanding the point. If 1 in 4 FNAs are done by endos, FNAs should be able to be performed within days....not months.

                      May 03 at 9:11 AM view post
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