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What are the treatments for metastatic thyroid cancer?
8 doctors weighed in

Dr. Susan Wingo
Internal Medicine - Endocrinology
5 doctors agree
In brief: There are several
More surgery might be an option if the cancer has spread in the neck or to just one other spot.
Radioactive iodine may be able to treat many smaller metastatic areas. If these are not good options, some centers are using newer chemotherapy agents such as sorafanib (nexavar). A team with an endocrinologist and an oncologist would be helpful.

In brief: There are several
More surgery might be an option if the cancer has spread in the neck or to just one other spot.
Radioactive iodine may be able to treat many smaller metastatic areas. If these are not good options, some centers are using newer chemotherapy agents such as sorafanib (nexavar). A team with an endocrinologist and an oncologist would be helpful.
Dr. Susan Wingo
Dr. Susan Wingo
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1 doctor agrees
In brief: Surgery & RAI
Depending on cell type, differentiated cancers respond well lymph node dissection, administration of radioactive iodine (rai) , direct radiation to bone and lung metastasis , chemotherapy agents like cisplatin.
And doxorubicin, most of the thyroid tumors respond well to above treatments except rare anaplastic tumors which spread rapidly, requiring palliative tracheostomy.

In brief: Surgery & RAI
Depending on cell type, differentiated cancers respond well lymph node dissection, administration of radioactive iodine (rai) , direct radiation to bone and lung metastasis , chemotherapy agents like cisplatin.
And doxorubicin, most of the thyroid tumors respond well to above treatments except rare anaplastic tumors which spread rapidly, requiring palliative tracheostomy.
Dr. Addagada Rao
Dr. Addagada Rao
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