36: The Aggressive Mission to Find Cancer is Going Too Far? with Dr. Gilbert Welch from The Dartmouth Institute

H. Gilbert Welch, MD, MPHAn internationally recognized expert on the effects of medical screening and over-diagnosisDr. Gilbert Welch's work is leading many patients and physicians think carefully about what leads…

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32: El Tema es el Cancer de Tiroides con el Doctor Carlos Simon Duque de Medellín, Colombia

El Dr. Carlos Simon Duque es un especialista en cabeza y cuello de Colombia. En esta entrevista, discutiremos una visión general del cáncer de tiroides, incluyendo las siguientes preguntas: ¿Qué debe saber un paciente antes de la cirugía, qué esperar? Después de la cirugía, un paciente puede sentir síntomas como hipotiroidismo. ¿Cómo lo manejas mejor? ¿Cuáles son algunas de las luchas mas complicados que usted ve con sus pacientes después de la tiroidectomía?

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31: [Spanish] La Conexión Entre el Corazón y el Hipotiroidismo. Entrevista con la Dra. Gabriela Brenta de Buenos Aires

En esta entrevista, discutimos los siguientes temas: * Menos función cardiovascular * Hipertensión * La conexión entre el funcionamiento del corazón menos y el hipotiroidismo * El riesgo cardiovascular * Resistencia cardiovascular * Mayor colesterol LDL e hipotiroidismo * Hipotiroidismo subclínico y riesgo * Niveles de TSH * Niveles de TSH por encima de 10 * Colesterol e hipotiroidismo * Riesgo residual y estatinas * Mejorando la absorción de T4 * Levotiroxina y buen cumplimiento * Osteoporosis

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30: A Patient’s Determination to Find Better Treatment for Hashimoto’s

In this episode we hear from Doug, and 37 year old, male patient of Hashimoto's. Discussed, are the following topics: • Panic attacks • Nervous • Sweating • Can’t get out of bed • Putting on weight • Feeling coldness • NP Thyroid® • L-Tyrosine • Synthroid • WP Thyroid • WP Thyroid and L-Tyrosine combination therapy • High heart rate on T3

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26: Diagnosed With Graves Disease Then Thyroid Cancer

18 years ago Lorrie was diagnosed with Graves’ disease. Then, in 2017 she received a diagnosis of thyroid cancer.  In this episode we hear Lorrie describe the following: * Papillary thyroid cancer * Long delayed pathology results * Graves’ disease * Balancing Graves’ disease and a thyroid cancer diagnosis * Emotional roller coaster of feeling optimistic and other days of sadness. * The feelings and emotions of related to a cancer diagnosis * Being careful about the information shared on the Internet and potential negativity * Support network and family * Nodule size was 1.1 cm, but with history of Graves’ disease, she decided to forego active surveillance

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22: Hypothyroidism and Combination Therapy of T3 and T4 with Dr. Martin Milner from Portland, Oregon

Slow release, and combination therapy of T3 and T4, is proven effective for the treatment of hypothyroidism and total thyroidectomy patients. Dr. Milneris well published with texts, medical journal articles…

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20: Thyroid Cancer Patients Report Poor Quality of Life After Diagnosis and Treatment → Dr. Aschebrook and Dr. Grogan from UChicago Medicine

No thyroid = Poor Quality of Life and Depression (For Many Patients) The 5-year survival rate for invasive thyroid cancer is 97.9%, and the 10-year survival rate is more than…

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19: A Must Listen Episode Before Getting Surgery – Do Not Do It Alone, with Dr. VanNostrand

[iframe style="border:none" src="//html5-player.libsyn.com/embed/episode/id/4832177/height/26/width/200/thumbnail/yes/render-playlist/no/theme/standard-mini/tdest_id/437121" height="26" width="200" scrolling="no" allowfullscreen webkitallowfullscreen mozallowfullscreen oallowfullscreen msallowfullscreen]Dr. Douglas Van Nostrand, MD is the Director of Nuclear Medicine and the Program Director of the Nuclear Medicine Residency…

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15: Cancer Phobia?⎥Don’t Sacrifice Your Thyroid, with Dr. José A. Hakim – Hospital Universitario Santa Fe de Bogotá

No todos los cánceres de tiroides deben ser operados. No todos los nódulos tiroideos deben ser biopsiados. La mitad de la población tiene nódulos tiroideos. El 10% de esos nódulos tienen cáncer. En Colombia, 2,5 millones de personas tienen cáncer de tiroides. 15 millones de personas tienen cáncer de tiroides en los Estados Unidos, y lo más probable es que no lo sepan. Los estudios muestran que el 30% de los cadáveres tienen nódulos tiroideos con cáncer. Comprender las repercusiones de hacer una biopsia. Si se trata de un nódulo que no requiere cirugía, incluso si es cáncer, decirle a un paciente esto a veces hace más daño en la forma de estrés emocional que lo que es necesario.

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18: Managing Indeterminate Thyroid Nodules, with Dr. Kimberly Vanderveen from Denver Center for Endocrine Surgery

Kimberly Vanderveen, MD is a Colorado native and graduate of Bear Creek High School in Lakewood, CO. She received her bachelor’s degree with honors from Muhlenberg College in Allentown, PA. She then earned her medical degree from Northwestern University in Chicago, IL in 2001. In this episode, the following topics are discussed: * Two roads of tests: rule out and malignant markers * Rule-out tests picks up innocent behavior pattern. Most common is Afirma * Malignant markers, or rule-in tests, are useful at determining extent of surgery, and help avoid a second or third surgery. ThyroSeq, ThyraMIR, Rosetta * Do patients get both tests? Rule out and behavior? * Approximately 15% of FNA’s come back indeterminate. Some centers as high as 30% * Managing indeterminate nodules when a patient chooses no surgery. * Taking into account emotional, financial, and lifestyle goals of the patient.

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