Poorly Differentiated Thyroid Cancer Support

Meets: The ThyCa Poorly Differentiated Support Group holds free virtual meetings on the second Saturday of each month at Noon to 1:30 pm Eastern Time. This group discusses topics of interest regarding people who have been diagnosed with poorly differentiated thyroid cancer.

Poorly differentiated thyroid cancer (PDTC) is an aggressive form of follicular cell derived thyroid cancer with a prognosis intermediate between the often slow growing papillary or follicular thyroid cancers and the rapidly growing often fatal anaplastic thyroid cancer. Note: Not all papillary or follicular cancers are slow growing.

Please email our group facilitator at pdtc@thyca.org for answers to any questions and the instructions on how to join us. Once we give you the instructions, they will be good for all our meetings.

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Contacts: Kimberly Mann Venier
Julie Martwick
email: pdtc@thyca.org

Please check your spam folder for an email if you don't hear from us.

On Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, October 22-24, 2021, you are cordially invited to the 24th International Thyroid Cancer Survivors' Virtual Conference. This free event is sponsored by ThyCa: Thyroid Cancer Survivors' Association, Inc.

Dozens of leading thyroid cancer specialists from around the country will speak and answer questions about thyroid cancer care and research.  The weekend also features speakers and roundtables on skills for coping with thyroid cancer.  This educational and supportive conference is for people at all phases of testing, treatment, and follow-up for thyroid cancer, as well as caregivers, friends, health care professionals, and anyone interested in thyroid cancer.

Visit https://thycaconference.vfairs.com to register for the conference and for additional information as it becomes available.

Other nearby ThyCa support groups:

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Nothing discussed at a support group should be considered as a replacement for a doctor's care. We do not give medical advice. We do share support and our own experiences. We are each ultimately responsible for our own care.

Send updates to the webmasters and support group coordinator.
If the above link does not work for you, please send updates to sgweb@thyca.org. Include the name of your group.

This page was updated on Jun 28, 2022.