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What is the rate of survival for carcinoid syndrome?
6 doctors weighed in

Dr. Murthy Andavolu
Internal Medicine - Hematology & Oncology
4 doctors agree
In brief: Years
It is almost always in years, depending on the extent of disease.
It is a wide range, anywhere from a year and a half to 12-15 years.

In brief: Years
It is almost always in years, depending on the extent of disease.
It is a wide range, anywhere from a year and a half to 12-15 years.
Dr. Murthy Andavolu
Dr. Murthy Andavolu
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Dr. Mary Maluccio
Surgery - Oncology
In brief: Depends
Carcinoid syndrome can range from manageble with somatostatin receptor targeting medication to unmanageble and leading to consequences like malnutrition, cardiac valvular disease, or issues with blood pressure disregulation.
If a patient is manifesting carcinoid syndrome symptoms, a better understanding of the extent of disease and treatment options is important.

In brief: Depends
Carcinoid syndrome can range from manageble with somatostatin receptor targeting medication to unmanageble and leading to consequences like malnutrition, cardiac valvular disease, or issues with blood pressure disregulation.
If a patient is manifesting carcinoid syndrome symptoms, a better understanding of the extent of disease and treatment options is important.
Dr. Mary Maluccio
Dr. Mary Maluccio
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