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After Rowan was diagnosed with thyroid cancer, she was treated with precision medicine at CHOP by experts in pediatric thyroid issues and rare pediatric cancers.
Prone to complications and struggling with late effects, a childhood leukemia survivor is diagnosed with thyroid cancer.
When the COVID-19 pandemic threatened to derail a scheduled checkup at CHOP’s Pediatric Thyroid Center, this family’s medical journey became a cross-country adventure.
Treatment for childhood leukemia has had several long-term effects on Raine’s health, but this successful college graduate is pursuing her dream.
It wasn’t until Ayleen’s parents brought her to CHOP that they learned she had thyroid cancer. Then she was in expert hands at the Pediatric Thyroid Center.
Graves’ disease in young boys is rare. But that was the diagnosis for Kade, whose hyperthyroidism caused him to act out, and led his parents to seek treatment at CHOP.
Felicia thought her long childhood battle with cancer was over until she was diagnosed with a new cancer — papillary thyroid cancer — in her sophomore year of college.
After the endocrinologist who had been treating Joshua's thyroid cancer said he didn't know what to next, his family turned to the Pediatric Thyroid Center at CHOP for help.
An MRI after a gymnastics injury showed that Jessica has a worrisome spot on her thyroid. Her family brought her to CHOP to be seen by a specialist.
Chris developed an unusual combination of stomach symptoms that led to a surprising diagnosis - thyroid cancer.