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Had a lesion on right lobe of thyroid, enlarged bilateral upper cervical lymph nodes. Is this cancer?

I went to the doctors..I new i had a lesion on the right lobe of the thyroid..I have been getting yearly teast for that..but i went to have a test forr a back and neck injury anda it said there are also enlarged bilateral upper cervical lymph nodes measuring 1.7 cm in axis..I have been a mess..see my doctor on tuesday...does this mean it cancer>>or can it be something else too besides cancer> ive been crying all scared to a single mom of two young on a budget..i have to pay you to answer my question....
Asked On : Thu, 2 May 2013
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Biopsy of Neck Node, & Thyroid Scan, CXR-PA.
If any abnormality is reported , go for CECT neck & thorax.
With Reports I cat guide for EBM (Evidenced based Medicine) treatment.
Dr. Vinay Kumar, MD
Senior Consultant, Oncology & Radiotherapy,
Answered: Sun, 12 May 2013
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