Thyroid Cancer

Publications:

 

Impact of Thyroid Cancer on the Overall Incidence and Survival of Adolescents and Young Adults with Cancer. Thyroid.( PMID: 27324868)

 

The Impact of Subclinical Disease and Mechanism of Detection on the Rise in Thyroid Cancer Incidence: A Population-Based Study in Olmsted County, Minnesota During 1935 Through 2012. (PMID: 26103159)

 

Is there really an increased incidence of thyroid cancer? Curr Opin Endocrinol Diabetes Obes (PMID: 25102407)

 

Papillary lesions of indolent course: reducing the overdiagnosis of indolent papillary thyroid cancer and unnecessary treatment. Future Oncol.(PMID: 24328403)

 

Thyroid cancer: zealous imaging has increased detection and treatment of low risk tumours. (PMID: 23982465)

 

Thyroid Cancer Screening in South Korea Increases Detection of Papillary Cancers with No Impact on Other Subtypes or Thyroid Cancer Mortality. Thyroid (PMID: 27627550)

 

Geographic Distribution and Evolution of Thyroid Cancer Epidemic in South Korea. Thyroid.( PMID: 26934819)

 

A Clinical Framework to Facilitate Risk Stratification When Considering an Active Surveillance Alternative to Immediate Biopsy and Surgery in Papillary Microcarcinoma. Thyroid.(PMID: 26414743)

 

Most patients with a small papillary thyroid carcinoma enjoy an excellent prognosis and may be managed with minimally invasive therapy or active surveillance. Cancer (PMID: 26079806)

 

Applying Criteria of Active Surveillance to Low-Risk Papillary Thyroid Cancer Over a Decade: How Many Surgeries and Complications Can Be Avoided? Thyroid.( PMID: 28125944)

 

Thyroidcancer: Overdiagnosis of papillary carcinoma – who benefits?. Nat Rev Endocrinol (PMID: 28059158)

 

Ramifications of New Terminology for Encapsulated Follicular Variant of Papillary Thyroid Carcinoma. JAMA Oncol.(PMID: 27533607)

 

Low risk papillarythyroid  (PMID: 24935445)

 

Overdiagnosis ofthyroid cancer and graves’ disease.(PMID: 23931639)

 

 

Media:

Zealous imaging has increased detection and treatment of low risk tumours

http://www.jwatch.org/na32161/2013/09/10/three-characteristics-thyroid-ultrasound-taken-together#sthash.MnYqqH6O.dpuf

“New imaging techniques are fuelling an epidemic in diagnosis and treatment of thyroid cancers that are unlikely to ever progress to cause symptoms or death

http://www.bmj.com/press-releases/2013/08/27/analysis-thyroid-cancer-zealous-imaging-has-increased-detection-and-treatment

‘“High tech imaging technologies such as ultrasound, CT, and MRI can detect very small thyroid nodules many of which are slow growing papillary thyroid cancers,’

http://www.newsmaxhealth.com/Health-News/thyroid-cancer-overtreated-overdiagnosed/2013/08/28/id/522741/