Editor's Note: Contributing Editor Ricki Lewis was diagnosed with thyroid cancer in 1993 and had standard treatment. She will be taking a recently approved test this summer and hopes to participate in the clinical trial of another, both discussed below.
| Michael Levine |
Each year in the United States, about 20,000 people are diagnosed with thyroid cancer, and 1,100 die of it. "This requires patients to be monitored at frequent intervals for the rest of their lives," says Michael Levine, a...
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