About Thyroid Cancer

Thyroid Cancer is rare, but numbers are rising. Currently, this stands at approximately 2,700 new cases in the UK each year.

More prevalent in women than men (at a ratio of 2 to 1), Thyroid Cancer is the most common endocrine malignancy.

Prognosis for patients with differentiated Thyroid Cancer [papillary and follicular)is excellent, with an 90% cure rate.

The treatment for differentiated thyroid cancer is made of of a number of elements, not all patients will require all of these elements.

Each patient has an individual case which will be discussed by a thyroid cancer expert team and the best course of treament will be decided upon.

Not all patients will require RAI treatment.