So far as I can see the majority of pap/follicular thyroid cancer patients are usually cured after surgery and are just curious what patients mostly die off? Is it usually heart problems due to incorrect levothyroxine dosage or does cancer eventually appear again after 10-20 years?
Thyca (thyroid cancer) is the easiest Cancer to get rid of.
I have never heard of anyone dying of thyroid cancer.
The biggest cause of death in most people whether thyroid issues or not is Cardiovascular Disease.
This can be hereditary, bad diet, age..........
I had heart problems BEFORE getting thyroid cancer and I am still here lol.
I was born with heart issues.
No-one can really say whether thyca returns after 10-20 years just as if you asked a Doctor if you was going to die of Cardiovascualr Disease (with no previous history of it or hereditary history) in 10-20 years time.
I dont think anyone can really answer that question.
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