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Is papillary thyroid cancer serious?

Thyroid cancer is serious, although it is treatable. Papillary thyroid cancer usually grows slowly, but there is a risk that it could spread to nearby lymph nodes and then other parts of the body. However, with the right treatment, most people recovery from papillary thyroid cancer.

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