Types of anti-radiation pills. There are four primary anti-radiation pills recognized by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). They are: Potassium Iodide (KI). KI is derived from stable iodine. Taking KI after exposure to high amounts of radioactive iodine can help shield the thyroid gland from damage due to radiation.
You can expect to live a fairly normal life after radioactive iodine treatment but your life will probably not be exactly as it was before your procedure. For most people, this means that you can expect to live at 80-90% of your 'normal'.
Long term side effects of radioactive iodine treatment vary depending on: your age other medical conditions your dose of radioactive iodine
There are 3 such companies offering measurement of molecular markers in thyroid biopsy specimens: Thyroseq™ — a gene sequencing test that evaluates 5 classes of genetic alterations in 112 genes, Afirma GEC or GSC™ — a gene-expression classifier that identifies biopsies as “benign” or “suspicious,” and mir-THYtype™ — an mRNA-based classifier test.
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