Getting Emotional Support

Some amount of feeling depressed, anxious, or worried is normal when thyroid cancer is part of your life. Some people are affected more than others. But everyone can benefit from help and support from other people, whether friends and family, religious groups, support groups, professional counselors, or others. Learn more in Emotions After Cancer Treatment

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