She said that while covering the coronavirus daily at her job, she didn't prioritize her own health until a viewer emailed her about the lump on her neck.
"As a journalist, it's been full throttle since the pandemic began", she said. "Never-ending shifts in a never-ending news cycle", Price continued. Adjusting to remote workflows and in my case, handling a brand-new investigative function.
"Doctor says it's spreading, but not too much, and we're hopeful this will be my first and last procedure", she wrote, alongside a photo of her pointing to a somewhat visible lump on her neck.
"Until a viewer emailed me last month", Price said.
The unexpected series of events began in June when a woman saw Price on air and noticed a suspicious lump on her neck.
Price said that she was able to get the lump in her neck checked, and that earlier this week, she found out that it was cancerous, she said in a WFLA report.
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"I will be forever grateful for the woman who went out of her way to email me, a total stranger". The cancer would have continued to spread. "It's a scary and humbling thought", she wrote. She had zero obligation to, but she did anyway.
"It's not super obvious unless you know what to look for", Price said. "Talk about being in your own side, huh?"
She stated she "could not be more grateful" for the viewer who "headed out of her method" to email her throughout a psychological Twitter post on Friday. Turns out, I havecancer And I owe it to among our fantastic @WFLA audiences for bringing it to my attention.
Victoria added in a response to a viewer that she had no idea what the signs were for thyroid cancer, and plans to use her platform to help educate others. Please have our thyroid checked.
"We actually ended up spending the day with her", he told The Insider. Chaos ensues. We take care of it. She added she and her doctor hope it will be her first and last surgery.
"Literally makes up for each and every negative, terrible viewer email EVER!", Price jokingly responded to a fellow local news reporter in Florida who tweeted that for every "crummy viewer with a snarky comment, there are dozens and dozens and dozens more out there who are looking out". "What concerned me is the lump on your neck", the viewer's message said, according to a screen grab shared by Price. And take care of each other, "wrote a Florida resident journalist in social networks".
Replying to one of the comments on her post, she went on: "I'm still learning but doc explained that the tumor is in the middle of my thyroid, pushing the glands up and out, hence the subtle protrusion". Love y'all and see you soon. VP'.