“If you have side effects you will always need to contact your doctor, to see if the side effects are linked to your tumour or to a certain therapy”
“If we can educate patients, if we can do a good prophylaxis of these adverse events, we are controlling the side effects in the vast majority of our patients”
If you have any questions about the possible side effects of any medical treatments for your condition or overall health, then always ask your doctor for more information.
If you suspect you may be experiencing an unwanted or unexpected effect, whether or not you think it is related to your medicine, always seek advice from a qualified healthcare professional as this will need to be reported to the relevant health authorities in your country.
Read about keeping track of your medical care, where you can download a copy of the Living with NETs Medical Details and Treatment Tracker as either a Word file that you can edit, or read-only PDF.
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Patient support groups for NETs can often provide social and emotional support
View a list of specialist NETs clinics and NETs hospital units in Europe