Role of Clinical Lab Testing in Diagnosis and Management of Thyroid Cancer
11 Dec 2012

Thyroid cancer is fairly uncommon--about 37,000 people are diagnosed with it each year in the U.S.--but these diseases often respond well to treatment and experience a better cure rate than other cancers. This disease can be difficult to treat if it spreads beyond the thyroid, making early detection an important factor in patient outcomes. This webinar explains why clinical laboratory testing is a crucial component in detection and management of thyroid cancer.

AACC



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