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Neuroendocrine Tumours (NETs)

Follow-up Care

Follow-up care is essential in survivors after completion of the treatment. It has been found that the risk of cancer recurrence is highest during the first five years. Thus, survivors are closely monitored, at least during the initial few years after discharge. It helps the oncologists detect the symptoms that may indicate cancer recurrence. The patients should also immediately report new or persistent symptoms to cancer specialists. The frequency of the scheduled follow-up visits is once every 3-6 months for the initial five years and annually after that. The oncologists also evaluate the side effects of the treatment in the survivors during the follow-up and manage accordingly.

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