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Rare Tumors Program | Texas Children's Hospital

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The Rare Tumors Program at Texas Children's Cancer Center is the only pediatric rare tumors clinic in the southwest United States.


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Center for Rare Breast Tumors: Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center

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Experience and Expertise in Treating Rare Breast Tumors. A diagnosis of breast cancer can be a life-changing event. If that diagnosis is a rare form of ...


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Rare Tumors Program | Boston Children's Hospital

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The Rare Tumors Program at Dana-Farber/Boston Children's Cancer and Blood Disorders Center provides care for uncommon cancerous conditions.


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Rare Tumors: SAGE Journals

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Rare Tumors is a peer-reviewed, open access journal, which focuses on the study, diagnosis and treatment of rare cancers. This journal a member of the ...


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Rare Tumors Studied by MyPART - National Cancer Institute

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Rare tumors can form anywhere in the body. My Pediatric and Adult Rare Tumor Network (MyPART) is studying tumors in several different body systems.


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Large Tumors (Macroadenomas) and Pituitary Carcinomas

Pituitary macroadenomas (benign tumors larger than 1 cm) and carcinomas (cancers), whether functional or not, can be large enough to press on nearb...Read more

Growth Hormone-Secreting Adenomas (Somatotroph Adenomas)

The major symptoms from these tumors are caused by having too much growth hormone (GH). These effects are quite different in children and adults.In...Read more

Corticotropin (Acth)-Secreting Adenomas (Corticotroph Adenomas)

High ACTH levels cause the adrenal glands to make steroid hormones such as cortisol. Having too much of these hormones causes symptoms that doctors...Read more

Prolactin-Secreting Adenomas (Prolactinomas Or Lactrotroph Adenomas)

Prolactinomas are most common in young women and older men. 1. In women before menopause, high prolactin levels cause menstrual periods to become l...Read more

Thyrotropin (Tsh)-Secreting Adenomas (Thyrotroph Adenomas)

These rare tumors make too much thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH), which then causes the thyroid gland to make too much thyroid hormone. This can c...Read more

Gonadotropin-Secreting Adenomas (Gonadotroph Adenomas)

These rare tumors make luteinizing hormone (LH) and/or follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH). This can cause irregular menstrual periods in women or l...Read more

What are the signs and symptoms of pulmonary carcinoid tumors?

The most common signs and symptoms include: Skin flushing. The skin on your face and upper chest feels hot and changes color - ranging from pink to purple. ... Facial skin lesions. Purplish areas of spiderlike veins may appear on your nose and upper lip. Diarrhea. ... Difficulty breathing. ... Rapid heartbeat. ...

Carcinoid syndrome - Symptoms and causes - Mayo Clinic www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/carcinoid-syndrome/symptoms-causes/syc-20370666

What are the symptoms of a tumor in the throat?

Signs and symptoms of a tumor in the throat. If you have a throat tumor, you or your doctor may have noticed one or more of the following: Hoarseness that doesn’t go away. Trouble swallowing. A lump in your neck. Pain that doesn’t go away. Aching, pain, or pressure in your ear.

Mouth and Throat Tumors www.fairview.org/patient-education/84509

What are the symptoms of a tumor in your head?

Some of the more common accompanying symptoms of a brain tumor include: unexplained weight loss. double vision, blurred vision, or a loss of vision. increased pressure felt in the back of the head. dizziness and a loss of balance.

Reference www.healthline.com/health/brain-tumor-headaches-is-my-headache-a-sign-of-a-brain-tumor

What are the signs and symptoms of tumors of the mediastinum?

If you have a mediastinal tumor, you may not have any symptoms. Tumors are typically found during a chest X-ray that was ordered to diagnose another health condition. If symptoms develop, it's often because the tumor is pushing on surrounding organs. Symptoms can include: cough. shortness of breath. chest pain. fever/chills.

Reference healthline.com/health/mediastinal-tumor

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