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Carcinoid tumours are a type of slow-growing cancer that can arise in several places throughout your body. Carcinoid tumours, which are one subset of tumours called neuroendocrine tumours, usually begin in the digestive tract (stomach, appendix, small intestine, colon and rectum) or in the lungs. Carcinoid tumours often don't cause signs and symptoms until late in the disease. Carcinoid tumours can produce and release hormones into your body that cause signs and symptoms such as diarrhoea or skin flushing.
Carcinoid Tumours Relatd Journals
Journal of Gastrointestinal cancer and stromal tumors, Oncology and cancer case reports, Journal of cancer diagnosis,Immunome research, Journal of integrative oncology, Journal of Tumor Marker Oncology,Rare Tumors, Tumor Biology, Progress in Experimental Tumor Research, Tumor Targeting, Tumor Research.