Dr. Aime Franco from University of Arkansas is a leading thyroid cancer researcher and has overcome thryoid cancer. We discuss quality of life post surgery. During this interview we explore the following: Does thyroid cancer have a good prognosis compared to other cancers because its different or because we are aggressive with surgery and radiation therapy? What were some personal insecurities when facing thyroid cancer surgery? What are the questions in regard to TSH that the medical community is overlooking?
The next generation of lab testing and diagnosis has arrived with resources such as Cyrex Labs and Nutreval. How well does your body make energy? How does your body repair? How well are your anti-oxidants working? How well do you rid your body of free radicals? Are you pre-conditioned to crisis? In this episode, hear from Dr. Engelman, recognized as one of the top doctors in functional integrative medicine, he has advanced degrees and certifications in functional, metabolic, anti-aging and stem cell medicine.
Thyroid Cancer Patients Are More Likely to File For Bankruptcy Dr. Jonas de Souza, Assistant Professor of Medicine, specializes in the treatment of head and neck cancer, including thyroid cancer at the University of Chicago.
Today's guest is Wendy Sacks, M.D., endocrinologist in the Division of Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism and the Thyroid Cancer Program at Cedars-Sinai in Los Angeles.
In this episode, Dr. Carole Ann Spencer, Professor of Medicine at University of Southern California, discusses the importance of testing for thyroglobulin-antibodies and thyroglobulin.
Hear about the advances in thyroid ultra sound technology, along with the patient process from diagnosis to surgery. Key topics in this episode include how to research a surgeon, requesting a second opinion, selecting the best hospital, and the challenges faced when operating on the neck.
This episode features Dr. Shawn Soszka.
In this episode hear from Dr. Greg Nigh, a Naturopath in Portland, OR.