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Thyroid Cancer

In the United States, thyroid cancer is the fifth most common cancer in women, thyroid cancer accounts for about 6% of female cancer. The incidence rate of female is much higher than that of male, and the peak age is 20 to 50 years old. An estimated 60,000 new cases are found every year. Thyroid Cancer shows a low mortality and a relatively high recurrence rate.

Signs and Symptoms of Thyroid Cancer

Thyroid Cancer may cause no signs or symptoms in its early stages. Once the thyroid cancer begins to grow, the symptoms can become more obvious. The signs or symptoms of thyroid cancer may include:

If you have these symptoms, you should be in time to the hospital for check ups

Causes and Risk Factors of Thyroid Cancer

We don’t know the cause of thyroid cancer, but some factors are associated with thyroid cancer.

How to Prevent Thyroid Cancer:

For people with a high risks of thyroid cancer, it cannot be prevented, but you can change life style that lower your risk of thyroid cancer.

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