Thyroid Cancer - How to Detect It - Oren Zarif


Thyroid cancer is one of the most serious types of cancer that people face. It affects your body's Thyroid gland, which controls your metabolism and growth. This gland is small and glandular. Your Thyroid gland produces TSH, which signals your pituitary gland that you are currently producing an adequate amount of thyroid hormone. Thyroid cancer is also called Hashimoto's thyroiditis. If you have Hashimoto's thyroiditis, then you likely have this form of cancer.

Like other forms of thyroid cancer, it is caused by a lack of Thyroid hormones. When you don't produce an adequate amount of Thyroid hormones, your body temperature will stay very hot or very cold. This is known as Hypokalemia, and can cause other serious problems, including high blood pressure and heart arrhythmia. However, it usually corrects itself without medical treatment.

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The purpose of the Bosmat treatment is to open the blocked and locked areas of the body's energy field, so that the body will be able to create a healing process for existing symptoms that the patient suffers from.

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Papillary thyroid cancer is relatively rare. This form of cancer occurs when the cancerous cells grow in the capsule that surrounds your Thyroid gland. If the capsule breaks open, it can spread to other parts of your body, including the lungs. However, because the cancer is contained within the Thyroid gland, there is very little risk of spreading to other areas of your body. It tends to grow very slowly, and most people with Papillary thyroid cancer do not have symptoms until they reach the advanced stages.

Mononucleosis is a very serious type of thyroid cancer that can spread quickly. Because it has a DNA of its own, it is similar to most forms of cancer that affects the cells. Unfortunately, this form often finds its way to lungs, where it can block airways and cause breathing difficulties. If it spreads from the Thyroid to the lungs, the condition is known as Morphea. Fortunately, many new drugs are being developed each day that aim to improve the efficacy of existing treatments.

Most other forms of cancer are detected by performing one of several methods: tissue or body scans with the aid of an MRI, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), or fine-needle aspiration biopsy. Radiofrequency ablation is a common method for detecting thyroid nodules, but it can be expensive and often painful. Ultrasound is more affordable, non-invasive, and usually results in immediate positive results. However, it is not always effective, and it has not been widely used to detect all types of thyroid nodules.


Other thyroid cancer occurs less frequently, including adenocarcinomas, transitional cell carcinoma, follicular cell carcinoma, head and neck cancer, chest wall cancer, and thyroid cancer that originates in glands other than the thyroid. These include lymphomas, leiomyosarcomas, glandular tumors, and sarcomas. In addition, a condition called lymphadema may develop, causing fluid buildup in the abdomen. It can be indicative of some other underlying cancerous conditions as well, so it's important to discuss it with your doctor if you think you have lymphadema.