What are Thyroid Nodules, Goiters, and Cysts? If you’ve had any trouble with your thyroid chances are good that you’re not the only one. That’s because every year more than four million people in the US alone will be diagnosed with some form of thyroid disease. In this video, we’ll talk about Thyroid Nodules, Goiters Cysts, and their connection to Autoimmune Attacks. You’ll learn why it’s so hard to diagnose and what you can do about it. Want my Transform Thyroid Guide? Chat us here to get on the list! https://m.me/maggieyumd?ref=w14110934
Ask the Doctor: What’s the best advice for someone going through pancreatic cancer treatment?Douglas B. Evans, MD is the Donald C. Ausman Family Foundation Professor of Surgery and Chair of the Department of Surgery at the Medical College of Wisconsin. Prior to joining the Medical College of Wisconsin in 2009, he was the Hamill Foundation Distinguished Professor of Surgery at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. Dr. Evans completed a general surgery residency at Dartmouth followed by a surgical oncology fellowship at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. He received his medical degree from Boston University School of Medicine and his Bachelor of Science from Bates College in Lewiston, Maine. He is board-certified in surgery, and his clinical interests include treatment of pancreatic cancer and tumors of the endocrine system (thyroid, parathyroid, adrenal and gastrointestinal neuroendocrine tumors). Dr. Evans holds appointments at Froedtert Hospital, the Clement J. Zablocki VA Medical Center, Children’s Wisconsin and St. Francis Hospital.Dr. Evans has devoted his professional career to the research and treatment of pancreatic cancer and inherited endocrine syndromes. His interests include translational laboratory research in the biology of pancreatic cancer and in clinical trial development. He has completed a number of investigator-initiated clinical trials, emphasized the importance of treatment sequencing to include a variety of strategies for neoadjuvant therapy and described a number of novel techniques for vascular resection and reconstruction at the time of pancreatectomy. Research support has included a National Cancer Institute Specialized Programs of Research Excellence (NIH P20 SPORE) pancreatic cancer grant. At MD Anderson, his endocrine surgery group worked extensively on the genotype-phenotype correlations in multiple endocrine neoplasia syndromes and they were the first to define the role for ultrasound in the preoperative management of patients with thyroid cancer. Dr. Evans has authored or co-authored over 400 journal articles, over 90 book chapters and has edited eight books. He has delivered countless invited and named lectureships nationally and internationally including the American College of Surgeons Traveling Fellowship to Australia and New Zealand in 1999. He served as President of the American Association of Endocrine Surgeons in 2010-2011.Since joining MCW, Dr. Evans has grown the faculty across all clinical divisions in the department, emphasized the importance of innovation and discovery and championed the principles of inclusion and diversity. The MCW surgical residency program has led the way in supporting the careers of young women in general and subspecialty surgery. The MCW Program in Pancreatic Cancer was recently endowed by the LaBahn family and is one of very few endowed Pancreatic Cancer Research Programs in this country.
It took a full year after Theresa Mendez felt a bump in her throat to find a new doctor and the ear, nose and throat specialist who ordered the ultrasound and biopsy that led to her diagnosis of Stage 3 thyroid cancer in 2014.
You should never ignore these 7 Signs of Thyroid ProblemThe thyroid is a butterfly-shaped gland that is situated on the front of your neck. It lies beneath your Adam’s apple and also the front of the windpipe. A bridge named the isthmus connects the two side lobes in the middle. Thyroid cancer is increasing daily, and according to research, women are three times more likely to be impacted than men. Thyroid cancer means the abnormal growth of the thyroid cells. These cells have the potential to spread to the rest of the body and infect them too. Mostly the condition is found in women aged between the 40s-50s. However, the experts are not clear as to why this Thyroid problem is affecting women more. ===================================================✔️🟡Don’t Click This Link!!! https://bit.ly/3mgnf93======================================================================================================⚠️⚠️⚠️Disclaimer⚠️⚠️⚠️The data given in recordings of this channel is planned to give free training about specific medical issues and conceivable regular therapies. It’s anything but a substitute for finding, therapy, and clinical consideration given by certified wellbeing proficient. In the event that you trust you or somebody you know experiences the conditions portrayed in this, if it’s not too much trouble, see your medical care supplier.#health #social wellness #environmental health #intellectual wellness #personal education #substance abuse #environmental wellness #physical health #self improvement #spiritual wellness #metabolic health #physical activity #occupational wellness #health and wellness #public health #financial wellness #natural cures #health samurai
This is a video posted one year after my most recent video that describes updates to my health post thyroid surgery. It includes brief information on scar care, Synthroid, calcium, weight changes, energy levels, pregnancy, and lab draws. Please excuse my typo about 20 seconds in – my last video was actually November of 2020.Other helpful videos: Full Recover After Thyroid Surgery Including Videos from Post Op Days 2, 4, 6, and 14 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G0owQb6GprI)Five Months Post Thyroid Surgery (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kMfT2rQklJM) Created with Wondershare Filmora
2016 02 28 00066 6th Cancer Thyroid International Meeting
Controversies in Thyroid Pathology: Pathological definition and clinical significance of capsular and vascular invasionVenancio Avancini Ferreira AlvesProfessor & ChairmanDep. Pathology, University São PauloCICAP – Hospital Alemão Oswaldo Cruz6th Cancer Thyroid International Meeting2016 02 27 00031
2016 02 28 00058 6th Cancer Thyroid International Meeting
singing is what i was made for. i started singing from the get go. My mom is a wonderful singer and overall incredible human being. she sang a lot. i no doubt got the love from her. (and the movie annie)I got diagnosed with an advanced form of thyroid cancer when I was 39. it was all over my thyroid, in my neck and around my vocal cords, in my lymph nodes. I had a total neck dissection, thyroidectomy, lymphadenectomy and later radiation. the procedure made it hard to speak for the first few months, its now harder to breathe and ultimately gave me a very short range. I cried about it for 4 years. I’m better now. I’ve learned how to breathe different, and i try and focus on the good. the grief returns here and there and we cry and mourn. Now my kids sing and that makes me very happy. This was a silly song I wrote about it.
SIR ROD STEWART bravely opened up on how he suffered from memory loss following life-saving throat surgery, telling BBC Radio 5 Live listeners he ‘almost forgot how to sing’.
Dr. Louise Davies discusses how the findings of her study on “Gender Inequity in Thyroid Cancer Diagnosis” perhaps reduce the clinical significance of hormonal differences between men and women in the development of thyroid cancer. ** Check out our other programs! **The THANC Guidehttps://thancguide.org/TIRO: Thyroid Int’l Recommendations Onlinehttps://tiro.expert/** Follow us on Twitter! **@thancfoundation – https://shorturl.at/puwS0 THANC on FB – https://shorturl.at/svNY4
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