This site has been made and is kept up by thyroid malignancy survivors. Since October 1995, we have been building up a system of administrations that connection thyroid growth survivors and social insurance experts around the globe. Our main goal is straightforward:
• To Educate, so we and our families better comprehend our sickness.
• To Participate, so others gain from our experience.
• To Communicate, so we and our human services experts better see every others' needs.
• To Support Research, for a future free of thyroid disease.
This site keeps up current data about thyroid disease and bolster administrations accessible to individuals at any phase of testing, treatment, or long lasting checking for thyroid growth, and in addition their parental figures. It gets continuous information and audit from various thyroid disease authorities. This site likewise serves as an asset for anybody intrigued by thyroid tumour survivors' issues.
ThyCa: Thyroid Cancer Survivors' Association, Inc. is a non-benefit 501(c) (3) association (charge ID #52-2169434) of thyroid growth survivors, relatives, and social insurance experts. We are committed to bolster, training, and correspondence for thyroid malignancy survivors, their families and companions. We additionally support Thyroid Cancer Awareness Month, year-round mindfulness exercises, and thyroid disease research raising money and examination awards. Extended email care groups to more than 8,500 members. In 1995 spring: Karen Ferguson, thyroid malignancy survivor of Charlotte, North Carolina, started connecting over the Internet and associating with other thyroid growth survivors. October: Karen Ferguson of Charlotte, North Carolina, and a modest bunch of other thyroid malignancy survivors sorted out the main casual visit space for thyroid growth survivors on the Internet. November: Karen Ferguson arranged with America Online to make the principal formal common care group on the Internet In 1997 January: Arturo Rolla, M.D., an endocrinologist at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston, Massachusetts; Karen Ferguson of Charlotte, North Carolina; and Ric Blake of Londonderry, New Hampshire, sorted out the principal thyroid tumour survivors' email care group (listserv) on the Internet. This gathering and the America Online common care group (visit room) started in 1995 turned into the establishment for current ThyCa programs far and wide. In 1998 September 18-20: ThyCa '98, the world's first meeting for thyroid malignancyRead More»