Health Conditions

Carcinoid Tumor

What is Carcinoid Tumor?

Carcinoid tumors are cancers that are slow to grow. They usually grow in the digestive tract or the lungs. Symptoms include diarrhea, flushing, and difficulty breathing.

Treatment for carcinoid tumors include surgery to remove the tumor and medication. Medications in the somatostatin analogue drug class are given to slow tumor growth.
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Carcinoid Tumor:
Drug Classes

Monoclonal Antibodies

(25 drugs)As low as $595

Somatostatin Analogues

(4 drugs)As low as $750
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