Coughing can have a vast number of causes, but if it is persistent and other symptoms of thyroid cancer are also present, it could be a sign of this disease. A nodule or a cancerous growth can trigger coughing, as can the pain from the pressure of a tumor in the neck. Thyroid cancers that cause coughing are often on the back side of the thyroid gland.
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