HOW TO DIAGNOSE AND MONITOR CARCINOID (NEUROENDOCRINE TUMORS) WHICH TESTS AND HOW OFTEN?

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HOW TO DIAGNOSE AND MONITOR CARCINOID (NEUROENDOCRINE TUMORS) WHICH TESTS AND HOW OFTEN?

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Permission granted from: Dr. Lowell Anthony, Dr. Richard R.P. Warner and Dr. Eugene A. Woltering. Review the information that follows, print what you need, AND do additional research on each of the tests, if you desire. PLEASE do not copy any of this information to post on another web page without getting specific permission from the doctors listed above. Please remember each patient’s Carcinoid is different. We are all distinct individuals and our cancer must be treated on an individual basis. There are many factors that influence how to diagnosis and monitor Carcinoid, a few are: where our Carcinoid tumor(s) is located, our health before diagnosis, other health problems we may be experiencing; and age. Thus how our bodies and minds react to Carcinoid vary a great deal. Due to the differences in each case a protocol for how to monitor Carcinoid needs to be tailor-made for each patient there is NO one protocol for diagnostic and then surveillance that fits all persons. How to monitor C

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Permission granted from: Dr. Lowell Anthony, Dr. Richard R.P. Warner and Dr. Eugene A. Woltering. Review the information that follows, print what you need, AND do additional research on each of the tests, if you desire. PLEASE do not copy any of this information to post on another web page without getting specific permission from the doctors listed above. Please remember each patient’s Carcinoid is different. We are all distinct individuals and our cancer must be treated on an individual basis. There are many factors that influence how to diagnosis and monitor Carcinoid, a few are: where our Carcinoid tumor(s) is located, our health before diagnosis, other health problems we may be experiencing; and age. Thus how our bodies and minds react to Carcinoid vary a great deal. Due to the differences in each case a protocol for how to monitor Carcinoid needs to be tailor-made for each patient there is NO one protocol for diagnostic and then surveillance that fits all persons. How to monitor C

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