Mandate and Goals
Thyroid Cancer Canada is working towards creating an environment in which people who are dealing with thyroid cancer, especially the newly diagnosed, are met with support and information. Thyroid Cancer Canada draws on the medical community to provide a consistent and high standard of support for all individuals dealing with the disease.
TCC’s goals & objectives include facilitating communication among thyroid cancer patients, providing credible information about the disease, providing emotional support, and assisting thyroid cancer patients with voicing their needs to health care professionals and those who are responsible for health care policy.
TCC liaises with groups with similar or corresponding mandates.
TCC governs itself within the values and principles outlined in its By-Laws and Terms of Reference (available by request).
Ann Dreger, thyroid cancer survivor, member of TCC, and Olympic torchbearer December 2009!
Website Mission Statement
The mission of this website is to provide information about thyroid cancer, especially for those recently diagnosed with the disease. The information on this site was written by patients and vetted by medical specialists. We hope to provide information that is clear and understandable, and to suggest links and resources to more detailed information for readers who want to learn more.
This website was provided by Thyroid Cancer Canada (TCC), a Canadian charitable organization dedicated to providing information and support. View more information about TCC.
The information provided on this website is designed to complement, not replace, the relationship between a patient and his/her own physician. We do not provide medical advice, and suggest that you consult with your own doctor(s) for medical advice pertaining to your own situation.
We do not charge patients or clinicians for any of our support services nor for copies of our publications. To view or order FREE copies, click here.
As a Canadian organization, some of the information on this website may only be pertinent to patients being treated in Canada.
We welcome your comments or suggestions. Please contact us.