Victoria Price is a T.V reporter in Florida. She on twitter shared that, after a viewer’s email she had her neck checked. After the check up she found to have thyroid cancer.
Price shared on Thursday that she found out she has thyroid cancer. After a viewer emailed her about a lump she saw on Price’s neck.
Price, in a message on Instagram and Twitter said an unidentified woman reached out to her last month because the lump looked similar to one the viewer had that turned out to be cancer.
Victoria Price, an investigative reporter for WFLA, an NBC-affiliate news network in Tampa, Florida. Announced via Twitter on Friday that she is diagnosed with thyroid cancer — and that she wouldn’t have known of the tumor if it weren’t for an email from a viewer.
Price tweeted that the previous month she received a message from an WFLA viewer. Which read: “Hi, just saw your news report. What concerned me is the lump on your neck. Please have your thyroid checked. Reminds me of my neck. Mine turned out to be cancer. Take care of yourself.”
Thyroid cancer is commonly diagnosed at a younger age than most other adult cancers. And women are 3 times more likely to develop thyroid cancer than men.