What’s New in Treatment of Thyroid Cancer

Last weekend I had the privilege of attending the Georgia Society of Otolaryngology Annual Summer Meeting. One of the keynote speakers was Dr. Gregory Randolph who is an academic thyroid cancer surgeon at Harvard. I was lucky enough to spend some quality time with him and we had some spirited discussions both formally during the meeting and informally.

I’m excited to report some new trends in surgery for thyroid disease that will lead to fewer patients needing surgery, and those patients who do need surgery may have an opportunity to get a less extensive procedure.

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