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    thyroid cancer
    An_188417 posted:
    hi i`m 23 girl and in two days ago i feel something in my throat,i`m really worry about this,i haven`t problem for swallowing or breathing.I can feel it more when i think about it.
    Please give me some advise.
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    kayla_marie_o7 responded:
    I would see a doctor....that's how i found out I had thyroid was a pretty smooth procedure and they say it is the most curable kind of cancer...I am 22 by the way and i first went to a female check up and mentioned the lump to them, they referred me to a surgeon and took out only half of my thyroid for biopsy...they found a small amount of cancer so i had to have the other side removed, now i have just been given radioactive iodine to get anything remaining after surgery....good luck
    marie12345678 responded:
    go see an endocrinologist and he can do an ultrasound and if need be a biopsy . let me know what happens.

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