Originally Posted by Hitman
Ans is B Follicular Ca as it spreads by blood thus more risk then papillary which spreads by lymph first and calcitonin from medullary Ca deposits more Calcium on the bone rather than resorption which is done by parathyroid gland .... hence follicular CA appears the answer to me ......
oh man im such a n00b, i saw bone and assumed calcitonin but yea calcitonin deposits bone not resorbs it! (i always confuse calcitonin and calitriol!).
hmm i suppose the only other way it could reach the bone then is via the blood so follicular carcinoma makes sense
good eye hitman.