Important: Privacy Update
While watching an episode of “Beachfront Bargain Hunt,” Dr. Erich Voigt, a New York-based otolaryngologist – head and neck surgeon, noticed a small lump on the neck of a woman featured on the program. Motivated by his concern for the young woman, he took to social media to find her.
“Acceptance is what allowed me to live my life as I always have, not letting cancer bring me down. I accepted cancer in my life with open arms because it is a part of me whether I like it or not. It is a part of my life now. To be accepting of what comes into your life when you have no control over it is a humbling feeling. It allows you to can keep living, smiling, loving, healing, hoping, praying, feeling, and fighting to the end.”
The hope that I can help others that have gone who are dealing with the same thing. My one piece of advice for someone finding out they have thyroid cancer is to stay true to yourself and remain positive. Don't let this damper your light. You got this.
“This approval demonstrates that targeting the same molecular pathway in diverse diseases is an effective way to expedite the development of treatments that may help more patients.” —Richard Pazdur, MD, director of the FDA’s Oncology Center of Excellence