Treatment of thyroid cancer in 293 patients.

Two hundred and ninety-three patients with thyroid cancer were treated at The Royal Marsden Hospital, London, between 1931 and 1963. Thirty-six per cent of the tumours were papillary, 21 per cent follicular, 1 per cent medullary and 42 per cent anaplastic. Surgery combined with radiotherapy formed the commonest treatment regime. Thirty-six per cent of the… CONTINUE READING